Buying a home is a life altering decision, and it’s full of moving parts. It isn’t easy, and we understand that. But, we can help make it simpler. On a daily basis, we help our clients find their dream homes but we also help them figure out how they’re going to pay for and insure those homes. William Raveis is in the unique position to offer our clients a full team of experts to help them through the process—from their first search to getting them pre-approved to closing on time.
Hurray, multiple offers…. Not so fast! Multiple offers are usually a good thing if you are a home seller, but knowing how to handle them is important.
Yes, two offers are better than one, three better than two, etc. The sense of high demand for your home is great, and for the listing agent there is a satisfaction of a job well done. Continue reading
October 19, 2012
There are a few realities sellers must look at when listing their home. Number one- we are still in a buyer’s market. Number two-today’s homebuyer is more discerning than ever. Number three- a realtor can provide invaluable insight and negotiating skill to help you sell. Even if you’ve got these three items covered, there could still be some vital errors you are making that just aren’t helping your home sell. Check out 10 reasons why your home won’t sell from William Tierney, a sales associate in our Scituate, MA office.
February 16, 2012
When serious about buying or selling a home, it is in your best interest to seek out a real estate agent. An agent will be familiar with such particulars as the neighborhood, the safety of the area and the quality of schools. As members of the MLS (Multiple Listing Service), agents can access homes as soon as they’re on the market, saving you from endless hours of searching. And, not to be forgotten, agents are well versed in the often tricky price negotiations process.
Raveis agents are fluent in all of the above and more. And, Continue reading
August 30, 2011
Every month I sit down and try to put together an interesting and educational picture of the Greenwich, CT real estate market. I look over the monthly data, read articles, review blogs (even those of other realtors), search the web and recall what I have been seeing throughout the month. Having come from a finance/business background, I am used to looking at numbers and researching markets. I’ve been analyzing information on real estate my entire career. I know all the excel shortcuts. Continue reading
July 26, 2011
2010 brought many positives for real estate that helped buoy demand for housing, with such incentives as the home-buyer tax credit and historically low interest rates. Now, in a new year and freshly out of first quarter, 2011, we are seeing more of a mixed bag regarding major market indicators.
April 12, 2011
Bill Raveis shares important information for buyers and sellers on how to evaluate facts and figures to assist with the home buying and selling process.
He summarizes key data points for both buyers and sellers.
November 16, 2009