All across Lancaster, small signs are appearing right before our eyes that point to what lies ahead of us in just a few short weeks – – like the corn sprouting from small seedlings in hundreds of fields across the county. Is the real estate market sprouting and following suit? Let’s look at the numbers . . .
Should you be concerned if you’re involved with a real estate transaction right now or in the near future because of the government shutdown?
This is the best time of year to reflect back on the year that was and to think and plan for the new one. Now grab a pen and paper and sit down by the warm fireplace and get busy.
Research groups are now using metrics to assess the importance of social media in an agent’s business because we now have a history of how its significance has evolved over time – and the data supporting its impact is indisputable.
Responding to leads generated through online sources the same way you do with your sphere of influence is a recipe for failure. Start converting more online leads by following these simple tips.
A simplified look at the new tax bill and what it means to most homeowners.
What do the numbers tell us about the health of the real estate market in Lancaster County?
As we wave goodbye to the 3/4 mark in 2017, the beautiful fall foliage is rapidly appearing all around us. There have been lots of interesting developments on the real estate front this past year.
In a very short period of time, eClosings in real estate will become the norm instead of the exception.
In the world in which we live in today, if you haven’t been asked to electronically sign something, you’ve been hiding underneath a rock. Our comfort level with E-sign has rapidly evolved in the last ten years. Electronic signatures in real estate transactions are fast becoming the norm instead of the exception.