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Things Have Changed

Posted by on Aug 4, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The soothsayer in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar issued his famous warning “Beware the Ides of March.” Who knew that in 2020, around the middle of March, the world, as we knew it, would force such dramatic changes on us from the Coronavirus. In America, it has brought our economy to its knees as we sheltered in place for over four months. During this time, changes have affected our lives and many of those changes could be permanent. Previously, smaller homes were becoming the trend for not only efficiency but upkeep so owners would have more time to do things including travel....

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Do you like to negotiate?

Posted by on Jul 28, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

Whether you like to or not, buying and selling a home involves negotiation at all stages of the process. It is not like the retail world where once you decide to purchase, you pay the price. It is easily the most expensive purchase or sale that most people experience and emotions get involved that could affect the negotiations adversely. The word “home” by itself conjures up emotions and selling a home you’ve lived in for a while could even complicate things more. A real estate professional can separate their emotions from the process to be able to help the one they are...

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Who Decides Value?

Posted by on Jul 14, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

The seller can put a price on the home but the value is ultimately, determined by the buyer. Individually, a buyer could pay over market value because they love the location, or the elevation of the home or the proximity to something that is important to them. The shortage of available homes resulting in increased competition among buyers could drive the value higher. Most experts agree initially pricing it properly will generally result in the highest sales price. If a home starts out too high, it could actually sell for a lower price after it has been on the market for a while. It gives...

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Good Decision for a Second Opinion

Posted by on Jul 7, 2020 in Uncategorized | 0 comments

You’ve done your homework, contacted a mortgage company and believe you are pre-approved. That part of the process is finished and you can concentrate of finding a home and moving…or can you? Pre-qualified and pre-approved are two different things but some people, including some in the business, use the terms interchangeably. Pre-qualified is an opinion of likelihood that a borrower will be approved based on preliminary information about their income and credit. Whereas, in a pre-approval, the borrower’s credit report is updated and pulled, income and assets verified and...

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Hurricane Preparedness

Posted by on Jul 15, 2016 in Florida Real Estate, hurricane, Real Estate, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hurricane Preparedness Being Floridians for a number of years, we have learned a few things. You don’t feed the birds at the beach and expect them to just fly away. Flip flops are all occasion footwear. We know that while Florida weather is mostly fair skies and sunshine. We also know that it can change rapidly. That is why, we at the Metts Group have assembled a quick checklist for new Floridians about being prepared for those not so ideal days. Hurricane Terms There are a number of words you will hear while watching the news in the Tampa Bay area.  All of our local news teams take...

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New Townhomes New Port Richey Florida – Come see!

Posted by on Dec 1, 2014 in Florida Real Estate, New Construction For Sale, New Home, Real Estate, Uncategorized | 0 comments

New Townhomes New Port Richey Florida The Community   With its gated entrance and wooded surrounds, this is one of the finest places to live. These brand new townhomes in New Port Richey are set along a single street so that every home backs into an expanse of trees. This sense of peace is further accentuated by the community’s neighborhood-feel and the exquisite design of the townhomes themselves. Inside, you will find open spaces and excellent finishes. These include 30” cabinets and smooth-top ranges in the kitchen and double-pane, low-e windows throughout. Floor plans include a loft,...

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