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NAR's Exisiting Home Sales Report [INFOGRAPHIC]

January 3, 2014 11:00 am

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Is selling one of your new year resolutions? Here are a few tips to get ahead of the competition.

January 2, 2014 12:14 pm

Is selling one of your new year resolutions? Here are a few tips to get ahead of the competition 2014 is here, and the new year for many of us comes accompanied by a number of goals to accomplish. Let me ask you, is selling your home or moving part of your 2014 resolutions? If so, don't delay and wait for the Spring to get here! There are plenty of little projects around your house that can help you get started adding some curb-appeal to your home. (Read More)

KCM’s Housing Predictions for 2014

January 2, 2014 10:57 am

2014 PredictionsMaking predictions in what is still a somewhat volatile housing market can be tricky. That being said, we are going to give you what we believe will be the five biggest headlines for housing in 2014.

Home Sales Will Surge

Many housing pundits are calling for home sales to do slightly better in 2014 than they did in 2013. To the contrary, we strongly believe that home sales will skyrocket with increases of 10-15% in 2014.

Supply Will Struggle to Keep Up with Demand


Here's to a WONDERFUL 2014!

December 31, 2013 10:57 am

New Year 2014

We hope 2014 is a great year for you both personally and professionally.


Multi-Generational Housing Knowledge Critical for Agents in the Coming Decade

December 30, 2013 10:54 am

This past week I was reminded again about the visualization of the baby boomer generation looking much like a basketball making it’s way through a garden hose. With the first baby boomer having turned 65 years old in 2011 and 8,000 of this cohort “celebrating” a 65th birthday daily, we are being bombarded regularly with messages about how this generation will impact virtually every aspect of life. Even the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) didn't have a break-out session at this year’s NAR Conference in San Francisco devoted to dealing with the senior client, 55+ living options, or multi-generational housing needs. This despite their own reports indicating 1 in 4 home sellers as being over the age of 65 last year. Regardless of your city, county, or state, this trend and need for suitable housing to serve the needs of not only our aging boomer generation as homeowners, but more importantly, their needs as primary caregivers for their rapidly aging parents and relatives, is only going to accelerate in the coming decade.