Real Estate Reading

178779186-Real-EstateToday I want to share with you some interesting articles related to real estate that appeal to anyone with a general interest in what is going on in the market.  These are all fairly quick reads that are perfect for your lunch break or when you just need a brief distraction.  I hope to make this a regular feature of my blog…I come across a lot of good content and I think many people share an interest in some aspect of real estate, whether you sell real estate for a living or whether you are a homeowner (or a homeowner wanna be).  Take a look at some of my favorite features from the New York Times, along with a few other articles of general interest.  I will have more in the upcoming weeks.

From the New York Times, a regular feature that is one of my favorites…this week is House Hunting in…Bali.  A beautiful home for $435,000…yes please.

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And another favorite feature from the New York Times, What You Get For….  This week three homes are featured, all listing for about $1.35 M.  One is in Montana, one in Houston and one in Virginia Beach…note the taxes for Houston…YIKES!

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One of the reasons many sellers are not putting their homes on the market…In Hot Market, Sellers Left With No Place To Goa real concern for many in the Boston area.

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And if you are looking to buy, this is worth reading…It Doesn’t Pay to Wait to Buy A Home.

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A shout out to all of my friends in Ann Arbor, Michigan, #3 on the list…These Are the 20 Hottest Housing Markets in the US Right Now.

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This should keep you busy, I will have some more good articles in the upcoming weeks.

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About Lisa Van Dore

I have lived in Sherborn, Dover and most recently North Walpole, for a total of 15 years (and counting). Having recently been through the process of selling a home and buying (and renovating) a new one, I understand the conflicting emotions of excitement and anxiety inherent in the process, whether you are a seller or buyer, whether this is your first home purchase or your tenth. I have a BA from the University of Michigan and an MBA from Indiana University. My early career found me working as a CPA, and later as the controller of Crate & Barrel. More recently I spent seven years running my own personal training business. I understand the hard work and dedication necessary to build a business and a reputation...most of my personal training clients came to me by referral and my first client was still with me when I decided to leave personal training. This speaks to the level of effort I put forth for my clients, week after week. On a more personal note, I raced triathlon for seven years and more recently completed my first half marathon. In my free time I enjoy cooking, reading, Maine, hiking and, in the fall, following college football...my teams are the University of Michigan (Go Blue!) and Texas Christian University (Go Frogs!).
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