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MARKET REPORT UPDATE
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FUNNY REAL ESTATE
Ellen found more real estate listings that just aren't right! At least one person had an alternate meaning of the phrase, "home office."
Many first-time buyers continue to struggle to move into homeownership amid sustained price growth and competition from all-cash buyers. The share of first-time buyers fell to 26% in November, according to the November REALTORS® Confidence Index Survey.
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SEARCH FOR HOMES
#10 Best for shoulders exercise: The lateral shoulder raise
#9 Best exercise for hips: The single-leg squat
#8 Best for waist: The side bridge
#7 Best exercise for thighs: The lunge
#6 Best exercise for upper arms: Triceps dips
.#5 Best exercise for hamstrings: Swiss ball hamstring curl
#4 Best exercise for the back: Pull-up
#3 Best exercise for abs: The bicycle maneuver
#2 Best exercise for glutes: The squat
#1 Best for chest exercise: The push-up
Best Exercises for 2022
In This Issue:
"Seller's Tip of the Month"
Home Life Tips
Top Ten Best Exercises for 2022
"Funny Real Estate Videos"
"Consumer Knowledge Series"
First Time Home Buyer Series
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WHY SHOULD YOU INSPECT YOUR HOUSE BEFORE SELLING?
The benefits of a pre-inspection is at the very least, to offer you some peace of mind by identifying problems, or lack thereof. This can soften the suspense of waiting to hear back from the buyer's home inspector about possibly pricey repairs that might be deemed necessary. It helps you prepare and take control on the sale of your house.
It gives you time to fix problems....
:The adage "knowledge is power" certainly applies to selling real estate.
As your advisor, I always recommend a pro-active approach in selling real estate by obtaining as much information about the condition of your property prior to offering the property for sale.
This information will empower you as and allow us to form the right marketing and pricing strategy based on the condition of the property.
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It's time to unfold new pages and start a new chapter in your life...it's a new year after all...
Consumer Knowledge Series
Why You Should Always Use a REALTOR®?
FUNNY REAL ESTATE VIDEOS
1. Play the “why” game. Believe it or not, the secret to instilling the habits you want is not to be more disciplined, but knowing exactly why you are doing it.
2. Think outside yourself. What I mean here is to look around in your external environment and see what you can do to remove the barriers preventing you from realizing your resolution.
3. Visualize the end state. Ignore, for a moment, the temporary discomfort associated with following through with your resolutions and imagine what it will feel like to achieve them
4. Set sub-goals as part of a larger goal. Otherwise known as process goals, these are mini-goals you set for yourself to keep going in the right direction.
HOME LIFE TIPS (EASY PROJECT)
November 2021 brought 6.46 million in sales, a median sales price of $353,900, and 2.1 months of inventory. The median sales price is up 13.9% year over year, and inventory is down 13.3% from November 2020.
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
NOT VERY FUNNY...
Barbara Corcoran, founder of Corcoran Group and star of ABC's Shark Tank spoke with Yahoo Finance's Akiko Fujita and Zack Guzman about the outlook for the real estate market, including investment opportunities and price increases going into 2022.
Make Exercise a Daily Habit & Not a Resolution...
No Time for Exercise? Here Are 7 Easy Ways to Move More!
- Grab the leash and walk your dog. Your body — and your pooch — will thank you!
- Take your kid (or your spouse) for a walk. It’s an excellent way to get some face time without screens. Keep it fun by exploring new neighborhoods or turning your walk into a scavenger hunt.
- Hit the mall. Are you shivering (or sweating) at the idea of walking outside? Take a fast stroll around the mall instead. Window shop, people watch and get active in a climate-controlled environment.
- Walk and talk. Even if you’re glued to your phone for work calls, you don’t have to be glued to your chair. Make it a habit to talk and walk. Some workplaces have walking paths to make it even easier to burn while you earn.
- Tune into fitness. Retrain your inner couch potato. Walk or jog in place, do yoga or lift weights, or walk on the treadmill at the gym while you watch your must-see TV shows.
- Ditch the car. Spare yourself the parking stress and log some more active time by parking farther away (or even leaving the car at home) and walking or biking to your destination.
- Take the stairs. The elevator may go up — but it doesn’t make your heart rate climb. Take the stairs when you can, even if just for a floor or two. And don’t ride the escalator – climb it. Those can be active steps, too!
First-Time Home Buyer Series - Finding a Home For Your Pets