Seller’s Continue to Drive the Market

Spring selling season is in full force. And as expected, it continues to be a seller’s market. What does this mean exactly? For starters, we first look at inventory and how many months it would take to push through what’s current without any new listings hitting the market. In short, if there are six months or less of inventory, then it’s a buyers market because supply is low but demand is high. If there are six months or more of inventory, then demand is low and supply is high. All of which means for buyers, expect a more aggressive negotiation and more competition. Want to know more? Have questions? Click or call to chat more.

Bye Bye Clover!

If you’re like me, having the perfect yard is a constant battle. Dry conditions can turn it brown. Neighbor’s dogs can turn it yellow. And weeds can destroy it. Of those three, there’s one you can control. So in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, heres a link from Scott’s that gives helpful information on controlling pesky clover. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!