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Searching Homes For Sale in Saint Augustine Florida

Finding the Perfect Home

Now that you’ve prepared yourself for home ownership, it is time to find one.  Searching for a home can be a very time consuming task.  At the time of this article’s publication there were 1,866 active listings in the St. Johns County Multiple Listing Service.  Many buyers visit online real estate search sites like “Realtor.com,” “Zillow” or “Trulia” for hours a day looking at homes for sale in St. Augustine.  Others rely on their real estate agent to search.  Before either you or your real estate agent begin the search you need narrow down your criteria.  This article gives helpful advice about the process of looking for a home for sale in St. Augustine, Florida that will be a perfect fit for you.
Wednesday, June 29, 2016/Author: Team Johnson/Number of views (561)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating

Tips for Listing a Home for Sale


Getting ready to sell? The more you know about conditions in your local market, the better your chances of getting the best possible price for your home.  In many cases, making a smart deal and getting the best price come down to studying your market and being an educated seller.

Tuesday, June 14, 2016/Author: Team Johnson/Number of views (557)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating

Deciding on a Real Estate Agent

Many smart consumers interview potential real estate agents before deciding on one to hire.  Likewise, many of the most successful real estate agents will also be interviewing you to make sure they can work with you.   Both sellers and agents should be selective about who they work with.  I have put together a few sample questions that you should consider asking any real estate professional that you are considering hiring.
Tuesday, April 5, 2016/Author: Team Johnson/Number of views (750)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating

My Listing Has Expired, Now What?

Sellers find it difficult to be optimistic after a listing has expired. Most are excited and nervous when that listing agreement is first signed, hoping that the home sells quickly and for a big profit. It's frustrating to wait week after week for a purchase offer when that offer doesn’t arrive.
Friday, March 18, 2016/Author: Team Johnson/Number of views (736)/Comments (0)/ Article rating: No rating
Categories: Home Sellers