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You've Got Options when working with me. Representing buyers and sellers in Jefferson and Shelby County Alabama including but not limited to: Birmingham, Hoover, Fairfield, Homewood, Alabaster, Pelham, Vestavia, Midfield



Every seller and their agent should be open to answering questions about a listing. However, when a buyer has expressed that they are really interested in the property, there may come a time when a fine line is drawn between inquiring and negotiating.Answering potential buyer questions is good bu...
No, I'm not going to start another newbie spotlight series. I was just doing a little reminiscing yesterday about how back in 2010 - 2013, I used to do a couple of Newbie series. They were titled "BDAM from Bham Spotlights a Newbie and "Last Week's Newbie:  First Posts." I didn't get a chance to ...
Let's just get this out of the way:  Yes, I said "ain't."  Ok now on with my post. With so much buyer competition, there is really no need to call for highest and best offers since the volume of sellers' offers on hand may already be sufficient. They can choose from the offers they already have. ...
I listed this property a couple of weeks ago and it closed this week.  I had never listed this kind of acreage before and I didn't really know what to expect but I knew there would be some interest.What I did not expect was that my phone would be blowing the heck up with showing request.  There w...
Wow! How times have changed. Or have they? I remember a few years ago, the holiday season was prime time for sellers to take advantage of market slowdown. The holiday season presented an ideal time to list when other sellers were waiting until after the holidays were over and done. Knowing that t...
Bo gives an excellent and very detailed outline of closing cost.  In the very beginning of my real estate career, I struggled with understanding closing cost and for many agents, it's still baffling.  That being said, buyer and sellers deserve detailed explanations instead of just being handed or...
We all know that sellers hate it when a buyer submits what is perceived as a lowball offer and it may very well be just that. I say "perceived" because the house could be overpriced. Emotions can run high, and fury may set in as the seller rants to their agent and their agent may join in by fueli...

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