At the risk of sounding like a broken record, the Louisville housing market is starving for new listings. You may hear a lot of people referring to this as an “inventory shortage”. It’s true. Buyers are all over the place and they can’t find what they’re looking for because there’s just not a lot for sale. As true as this is for Jefferson County homes for sale, it’s also true for Highlands homes for sale. Continue reading “Highlands Homes Few and Far Between in 1st Quarter Housing Update”
If you put a clown in a barrel in the corner of your living room before each showing, you may have a difficult time selling your home. Who would do that? Well, probably no one because scaring the crap out … Continue reading Marketing Your Louisville Home for Sale
You may hear me say it a lot, but the inventory shortage in the Louisville housing market is still very real. Home sellers in Louisville are beginning to realize that there isn’t much competition out there right now and they … Continue reading Sell Your Louisville Home
Buying a house is not that easy. I mean, from a consumer perspective, it would seem that all you do is find a house, put an offer on it, get it inspected, and go to the closing table. What happens … Continue reading How Do You Buy a House?
I don’t want to inundate you with statistics or a bunch of real estate information that doesn’t matter. Instead I would like to give you a snapshot of what is happening in the Highlands with regards to real estate. First, … Continue reading Highlands Real Estate Report First Quarter 2014
Local real estate investment, development, and management firm, Poe Companies, seems to be incredibly busy these days. Poe has done a vast majority of the Marriott projects around Louisville including the downtown Marriott. They have completed a number of professional … Continue reading Highlands Apartments: The Woods at Lexington Road, Dundee Place
The 2013 Louisville real estate market showed a strong (to quite strong) improvement over 2012. The average sale price of a home in Jefferson County for 2012 was $157,759 compared to $173,450 in 2013. Also, there were 1,001 more homes … Continue reading Louisville’s Million Dollar Housing Market Explodes
I don’t know if it’s the snow, ice, and frigid temperatures, or what, but the housing market in Louisville is still experiencing a serious inventory shortage. Trust me, I understand that there can be a lot of inconveniences that come … Continue reading Housing Inventory Shortage Update: Still Jacked Up
Whether you’re buying a home or selling a home, you will most likely encounter some sort of question regarding closing costs. Who pays them? What do they include? Why do I have to pay them? There are a lot of … Continue reading Who Pays Closing Costs?
This is a question I hear from time to time, and it usually happens around the first of the year: “why can’t (or couldn’t) I sell my home”. Some agents want to give you an all inclusive answer; something that … Continue reading Why Can’t I Sell My Home?