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.
Current statistics to help you better understand the real estate market in Lancaster County.
Over the past month, we have witnessed the devastating damage caused by floodwaters in the state of Texas. Many of the images we have seen are of quaint residential neighborhoods that were destroyed by the torrential rain dumped on this area by Hurricane Harvey. What is even more astounding is that most of these flooded areas are not in a flood zone as defined by the government. Homeowners are left wondering, “Could this happen to me?”
Ever since Lancaster County announced that it would conduct a county-wide property tax reassessment, there have been myths circulated as facts by residents that don’t understand the reassessment.
RE/MAX rebranded its iconic balloon, logo, and graphics to embrace digital, social media, and mobile marketing.
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.