What The Recent Rate Cuts Mean For Homebuyers In Gainesville

Every cloud, as they say, has a silver lining – even if that silver lining is a bit tarnished. One good thing to come out of the coronavirus pandemic for homebuyers and homeowners who want to refinance is the recent rate cuts. “The Federal Reserve has cut short-term interest rates by 1.5 percentage points in less … Continued

6 Myths About Gainesville Real Estate Agents That You Need To Know!

Unfortunately, there’s a lot of misinformation out there about real estate agents. But the fact is that agents are professionals, and if they don’t take care of clients, they won’t be in business long. Agents really are looking out for their clients’ best interests and put themselves second in the equation – even if they … Continued

Oakmont And Lugano Neighborhoods, Gainesville FL

Glen Williams: Hey everyone, Glen Williams here with Homes By Glen and Coldwell Banker M.M. Parrish Realtors. Today I wanted to talk to you about some of my favorite new construction home builders here in Gainesville along with the neighborhoods that they’re in. My first new construction home builder I want to highlight is Tommy…

Selling A House in Gainesville: A Step By Step Process

Selling a house probably isn’t as simple as we’d like it to be, but it’s not as complicated as it may seem at first glance. As with anything, if you break it down into the constituent steps of the process, it will be much easier to understand and accomplish – despite the legal and financial … Continued

6 Marketing Mistakes Home Sellers Make in Gainesville

Hey everyone Glen Williams here with Homes By Glen. The real estate market, on average nationwide, still favors sellers. But, although inventory is still below demand and home prices are still rising slightly, marketing remains a key component of selling your home quickly and at a good price. As a seller, you are entering a … Continued

6 Things That Will Scare Away Buyers In Gainesville

Hey everyone Glen Williams here with Homes By Glen. In a competitive housing market, you have to do everything you can to gain an edge on the competition. That means pricing competitively, making necessary repairs and upgrades, and maybe even offering concessions to sweeten the deal. No matter how much you do, though, homebuyers will … Continued