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Monthly Archives: April 2020

    How To Keep Your Car From Being Stolen (And What To Do If It Is)

    By Jennifer Carstensen | April 29, 2020

    With stay-at-home orders mandated for quarantine throughout the U.S., there has been a significant drop in cars on the road. In fact, the Los Angeles Times reported seeing a 60% year-over-year decrease in traffic on California’s roadways. With more cars parked and staying in place, coupled with the economic strain affecting people who have lost their jobs... Read More

    What Impact Might COVID-19 Have on Home Values?

    By Jennifer Carstensen | April 27, 2020

    A big challenge facing the housing industry is determining what impact the current pandemic may have on home values. Some buyers are hoping for major price reductions because the health crisis is straining the economy. The price of any item, however, is determined by supply and demand, which is how many items are available in relation to... Read More

    Today’s Homebuyers Want Lower Prices. Sellers Disagree.

    By Jennifer Carstensen | April 16, 2020

    The uncertainty the world faces today due to the COVID-19 pandemic is causing so many things to change. The way we interact, the way we do business, even the way we buy and sell real estate is changing. This is a moment in time that’s even sparking some buyers to search for a better deal on a... Read More

    How to Find the Perfect Real Estate Agent

    By Jennifer Carstensen | April 7, 2020

    There’s a ton of real estate information available in the news today and on the Internet. It can be extremely confusing, especially in times of uncertainty like we’re facing right now. If you’re thinking of buying or selling this year, you need an agent who can help you: Make sense of this rapidly evolving housing... Read More

    The #1 Thing You Can Do Now to Position Yourself to Buy a Home This Year

    By Jennifer Carstensen | April 1, 2020

    The last few weeks and months have caused a major health crisis throughout the world, leading to a pause in the U.S. economy as businesses and consumers work to slow the spread of the coronavirus. The rapid spread of the virus has been compared to prior pandemics and outbreaks not seen in many years. It... Read More