Kenai Real Estate Home Buying Public Report Emphasis on Education

by Chris Druesedow September 8, 2014
Kenai Real Estate

Kenai Real Estate residents don’t have to have children at home to know when we’ve gone through the familiar back-to-school rituals. Just turn on a radio or TV, step into a retail store, or drive past a school and the calls to educational muster are evident. At the same time, it’s hard not to be reminded how significant education is when it comes to Kenai Real Estate home buying—how likely it is for schools to be on the forefront of many buyers’ minds. Most people know intuitively that top-notch schools carry significant weight in the searching and home buying processes—but the result of a survey done by realtor.com has spelled it out in black-and-white. Their … Continue reading

Fall Can Be Prime Time for Selling Your Kenai Real Estate Home

by Chris Druesedow September 5, 2014
Kenai Real Estate

Springtime is correctly known near and far as the peak season for selling your home—in Kenai Real Estate; elsewhere in the U.S.; probably on Mars, too. Everybody knows it. This has created a most unfortunate side effect: namely, the notion that if you missed the spring home sales binge, you’d best cancel all plans and hold your house off the market until next year (even if you’re actually ready to list). So…should you give up on selling your home in Kenai Real Estate as we move into the cooler months? Far from it! In fact, many agents with years of experience under their belts have done the math and consider autumn to be the second … Continue reading

Kenai Real Estate Home Shoppers & the Home Improvement Factor

by Chris Druesedow August 29, 2014
Kenai Real Estate

You’ve done it: found what’s soon to become your family’s new Kenai Real Estate home! It’s in a great neighborhood…reasonable commute…decent kitchen (size is right; definitely upgradeable). All this and it fits the budget! Congrats! Looks like your housing hunt is over… YET…before you sign on the dotted line, there should be one last check-off. Factor in all the costs that improving the house to your liking will entail. The cost of home improvements in Kenai can be light—but since that’s not always the case, there are areas where the possible impact on your bottom line can be meaningful. For instance: Anyone who has had the experience of paying for new fencing—even for just a … Continue reading

Buying a Kenai Real Estate House Shouldn’t Be a Time Sink!

by Chris Druesedow August 28, 2014
Kenai Real Estate

According to last month’s National Association of REALTORS® announcement, existing home sales are up across the U.S., at the same time that home inventories are on the rise. In Kenai Real Estate, it may point to a brisk fall market, with more prospective buyers deciding the time is right for buying a house. It’s true that a few lucky prospects will find the perfect home after just an afternoon or two. But that’s not often the case: for most people, buying a house requires a good deal more shoe leather. Buyers who aren’t really certain of what they want in their future house may have to visit a few…or 40! But if you and/or your … Continue reading

Kenai Real Estate Virtual Tours Can Be Shot with Your Own iPhone

by Chris Druesedow August 21, 2014
Kenai Real Estate

A newly-updated NAR survey confirms that 51% of agents with smartphones use iPhones. This fact is hardly startling, since these phones have been such a boon to the real estate business. Today’s agent can use apps to quickly scan and electronically sign documents, instantly get property details for clients, access key boxes—it’s almost hard to remember how we got along before! But what about the 9% of homeowners who choose to go the FSBO (For Sale by Owner) route? As many a do-it-yourself home seller has learned, just planting a sign in the front yard does not constitute much of a marketing campaign. For those who will be selling a Kenai Real Estate home this … Continue reading

Credit Score Overhaul to Affect Kenai Real Estate Mortgage Outlook

by Chris Druesedow August 19, 2014
Kenai Real Estate

For any Kenai Real Estate resident who has ever been stymied by seemingly arbitrary (or, put another way, nutty) lowering of his or her all-important credit score, next month’s beginning rollout of Fair Isaac’s new credit score model should be welcome news. It will be known as “FICO 9”—and promises to correct a few of the previous model’s inadequacies. Why now? It’s been six years since San Jose’s Fair Isaac Co. last tinkered with their credit score methodology. Hmmmm…it’s been six years, too since the financial crisis of 2007-08, which Wikipedia correctly describes as “a major global recession characterized by various systemic imbalances…including high levels of household debt…” You might expect that the accuracy of … Continue reading

Kenai Land

by Chris Druesedow May 11, 2014
Kenai Land for Sale

Search for beautiful Kenai Land for Sale.  Find Kenai Real Estate and Land for Sale, sign up for email alerts when Kenai real estate hits the market.  Kenai Real Estate is in a HOT MARKET. At the heart of the Kenai Peninsula is the city of Kenai (Kee-Nie). With a population of 7,100, Kenai is full of breathtaking scenery and amazing wildlife, it also has a prolific history of native and Russian settlements and culture. Kenai was incorporated in 1960 and is 29 square miles. This is the place to go if you are looking for an Alaskan adventure and it also provides something for everyone. The Kenai River is known worldwide for its fishing. … Continue reading

Kenai Real Estate $100,000 – $200,000

by Chris Druesedow May 8, 2014
Kenai Real Estate

#1 Kenai Real Estate Team, Chris Druesedow.  We will fight for you and get you the best possible price.  Work with the best and be represented by our top notch Kenai Real Estate Team! [property_overview city= Kenai price=100000-200000 type=single_family_home sorter=on sort_by=price sort_order=DESC]

Kenai Real Estate up to $100,000

by Chris Druesedow May 8, 2014
Kenai Real Estate

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Targeting, Uniqueness, Community Sell Kenai Real Estate Luxury Homes

by Chris Druesedow March 10, 2014
Kenai Real Estate, homes for sale

If you own a luxury home in Kenai Real Estate, this will be good to know: according to researchers at DataQuick, the number of homes sold at more than $1 million rose nationally by 37% in the first half of 2013. Last Friday, the Wall St. Journal headed its Mansion section with “the recovery in high-end real estate,” and Bloomberg reports that luxury home prices in the biggest four cities that had fallen nearly 46% during the downturn have now more than doubled. If the formerly-missing luxury home buyers have been buoyed by record-breaking Wall St. returns, it’s not surprising that they’re now ready to come out of hiding. For some owners of luxury homes … Continue reading

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