Today is Tuesday. Tuesday’s and Friday’s are the days each week I have dedicated to provide YOU with something spicy, interesting, transparent, realistic, etc. about real estate in the Coeur d’Alene and Post Falls markets. Perhaps I’m just not feeling spicy or interesting today. I’m always transparent and realistic (sometimes WAAYYYY too much so), so […]
To see any of these homes offline and in-person, just call (208-906-3370), text (208-906-3370) or email (email@example.com) Chuck. [idx_listing_details listing=”12-517″] To see any of these homes offline and in-person, just call (208-906-3370), text (208-906-3370) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) Chuck.
High end short sales in the Coeur d’Alene Idaho area can be worth it. If you are willing to… Wait out the bank (the process can take months and months). Willing to move on to the next high end short sale in the Coeur d’Alene area if the bank isn’t willing to negotiate a phenomenal […]
Guy & Tammy McAninch are good friends and the owners of All About Health Chiropractic & Massage in Post Falls. If you have ever been to their lovely home and business location, you would know that they love all things vintage. They yard sale, and thrift store shop and pick up things that are, or […]
A week or so ago I pointed out that depreciation in Kootenai County, for single family residential properties, was -6.2% from October 1st, 2009 to September 30, 2010. Recently, FHFA.gov came out with their quarterly Housing Price Index report providing statistical information for states and nearly 300+ market areas. The Coeur d’Alene MSA showed a […]
I get this question a lot – especially with the media throwing around these terms almost interchangeably, it’s hard to know what each one means, and how they relate to each other. What’s the difference between a short sale, an REO and a foreclosure: Did that answer the question for you? Have more questions? Just […]
The peak (aka over-inflated value) market was in the Spring of 2006. Any appraisals done that year were a paper value, not a real value. To put it another way, while your home appraised for $240 in 2006, the likelihood of it selling at that time for that amount was essentially non-existent as sales came to a screeching halt that year.