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Monthly Archives: November 2020

    First Things First

    By Mike Parker | November 23, 2020

    If you are making a particular meal for the first time, it is essential to have a recipe so that it turns out the way it should.  Knowing the ingredients and preparation can guide you through the process. Buying a home is really no different than making a new recipe.  There are certain things that... Read More

    More Time at Home

    By Mike Parker | November 18, 2020

    Some businesses have undergone a metamorphosis that has shown them that maybe they do not need the big commercial spaces for their employees. They realize that they can be just as productive with their work force offsite which will cut expenses. If this scenario sounds familiar, it may be worth exploring what moving would look... Read More

    Moving ‘Down’ in an ‘Up’ Market

    By Mike Parker | November 12, 2020

    Selling a home and buying a lower priced home that meets your current needs can be to your advantage in an “Up” market like the current one with low inventory. The advantage is that you can maximize the price for the home you’re selling and not have to reinvest it all in your replacement. Just... Read More

    Cutting Your Housing Costs in Half

    By Mike Parker | November 3, 2020

    The most obvious thing in today’s market is that the mortgage payment could be less than the rent the tenants are paying.  With mortgage rates hovering around 3%, this is a major factor of the savings. The two other major contributing factors are appreciation and amortization of the mortgage, neither of which benefit tenants continuing... Read More