I finally moved back toward more regular posting, and get several posts put up this week. Here’s a recap:
We talked about some different ways to determine the value of your house. In this post, we were concerned with how the insured value might be different from other measures of real estate value. [Edit: this post has been converted to a website page.]
In this post, we looked at what a bidding war is in real estate negotiations, and some ideas for dealing with them. This is an issue closely tied to multiple offers. Those concepts will be revisited in future posts, you can be sure. [Edit: this post has been converted to a website page.]
Earnest money has always caused a bit of confusion, and here we looked at what it actually is, and some different ideas for putting it into play when making an offer on real estate. [Edit: this post has been converted to a page.]
Next week, we’ll be back to a fuller schedule of blog posts, including a real estate market conditions report. Until then, be sure to let me know if you have any questions or comments.
So what’s next? Take your pick.
Yeah. You should probably do at least one of those things right now.