Selling a Crooked House on a Crooked Street

The title sounds nice, but the real point is in selling something different. Sales always comes down to price, scarcity of the product and demand for the product. Selling cookie cutter homes is difficult. A crooked or unique location, is far easier to sell, if that quality is still desirable.

I found this structure a […]

SPAM Real Estate Mailings….Don’t do it!

Ticks and Spam…not good!

I’ve been writing about real estate, social media and my hometown, for more than 10 years. In that time, I’ve learned a little about networking and made my share of mistakes. Occasionally, I see someone absolutely determined to repeat mistakes. No names are being used, but I hope to point […]

Contrast in Coastal Communities and Beaches Really Matter!   

Maine Beach

My wife grew up in Portsmouth, New Hampshire and we try to stay in touch with old friends. We came back from a visit a few days ago and the contrast was educational. I feel lucky to see a different landscape and

Amelia Island 13 Miles of Beach

historic town older […]

Seller’s Market, More or Less

If you look at Nassau County sales, the number of sales and days to sell says a lot. Moving higher in price range, the days on market go up and the volume of sales moves down.

If you compare levels of available inventory, at different price points, the Seller’s Market has a definite sweet spot.

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🤔Thinking, Adapting and Nets

Do you spend time thinking about your network? Sometimes changes in the way we live are just a part of day to day life and some involve finding a different way to reach clients. Many years ago, I can remember thinking I’d never use text messages. I didn’t understand how much text would become a […]

60/40 and More…Spec Homes…How many are too many?

Building homes in 2017 is generally profitable, but I can see issues with a slowdown. Back in 2007, new construction permits ended in a way I can only describe as abrupt. No, I’m not forecasting a second real estate crash, but there are common sense rules for most builders. If a production builder, how many […]

Measure a Town by the Streets

Tire-sized cavity under the surface…

I want to compliment the Maintenance Department for the City of Fernandina Beach. I spend a lot of time driving around town and usually call if I see something like the pothole below. At an intersection, on a Friday at 3:30PM, this looked like something in need of repair […]

Lime and 14th Liberty Development Project…What We Should Know!

Source: PAB City of FB

Development can be a difficult business, but the general public is often unaware of steps required in using land and efforts by developers to use land, while protecting environmentally sensitive areas. Fernandina Beach is blessed with a surplus of protected land, including parks, beachfront, marshes, waterways, recreational zoned areas […]

Glenwood Deep Water Point…Price Reduction

Looking for deep water? Does 1800 feet of frontage sound interesting? Minutes to Amelia Island and a short boat trip to Downtown Fernandina, this is a singularity unique homesite. Existing caretaker cottage and accessible, read more……click the link here. 22+ acres and substantial price reduction!

Glenwood Point

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20 Suggestions for Clients

Over the years, I’ve watched clients choose to do the wrong thing or make the process more difficult. Whether using a local provider, keeping the relationship with an agent on a professional level or being willing to pay for essential items, real estate sales should be a good experience. I have a timeline and generally […]