Home price growth slowed in June, but remains robust

Existing home prices were up 18% from a year ago at the end of June, according to data from the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Index. That represents a slower pace of home price growth than was seen in the previous month, May, where we saw a 19.95 annual gain. The 10-city composite index increased 17.4%, down

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Ditch the Cliches: Use These Inspired Advertising Words for Selling Your Home Instead

Word choice is everything in real estate. Put these inspirational advertising words for home selling to work to have buyers lining up at the door.

4 Powerful Prospecting Tips That Will Get You More Listings

In real estate, prospecting isn’t just for new agents. Monique Walker has been prospecting for all of her 18-plus-year career and has it down to a science. Thanks to daily prospecting, she and her team get 15 new listings every month…and their goal is to increase it to 20. In this article, Monique shares her best prospecting tips.

Buyers: You May Face Less Competition as Bidding Wars Ease

One of the top stories in recent real estate headlines was the intensity and frequency of bidding wars. With so many buyers looking to purchase a home and so few of them available for sale, fiercely competitive bidding wars became the norm during the pandemic – and it drove home prices up. If you tried […]

Bedford, N.Y.: History, Horse Farms and Sprawling Estates

The wealthy Westchester town has a rural feel, with old stone walls, more than 30 miles of dirt roads and occasionally spotty cellphone service.