Thursday, January 16, 2020 / by Jessica Holcomb
For those of you who are interested in knowing the value of your home don't hesitate to give us a call!
Keep in mind that this is an average of your whole neighborhood and there are locations that may pull
a much higher amount per foot such as waterfront properties.
You may also receive offers of value from your mortgage lender, investors who mail you offers however
they may not have all of the facts for your neighborhood and in the end both of these type of offers are
trying to make a profit off of you. Our job as real estate professionals is to help you go through the
process while helping you keep the most profit for yourself. It is our fiduciary responsibility to put our
clients first! Contact us today to chat about your upcoming real estate moves!
Friday, March 31, 2017 / by Jessica Holcomb
Have you always wondered what the difference is between a full service real estate team vs. using an individual agent? Well I can tell you the difference because I have been on both sides! When I first started my career as a single agent it was so hard to keep up with every detail, every appointment, plus have time to find my clients the best deals out there, keep up with paperwork - all of it! I felt like I was a crazy person running around but always behind. When I started a team - that was when I was really able to provide top notch attention and care to our clients. Don't settle for the agent that is busy showing other people houses while you wait on the sidelines. We have a team ready to show anytime!
Meet Our Amazing White Glove Realty Team Here!
With a full service team like White Glove Realty you will get the following Top Notch Service & Attention!
Buyer Agents always on call to show you homes asap! Before they are gone!
Listing Agents always available to give you a ...
Sunday, March 12, 2017 / by Jessica Holcomb
If you are thinking about investing in a rental property or already own one here are some great maintenance tips to help you keep your property on a schedule.
Roof - Check out the roof twice a year such as Spring and Fall. Inspect the flashing, vents, chimney areas and look for leaks, loose or missing shingles, areas of high wear, mold and/or moss, tree branches that come in contact with the roof or any other possible damage.
Windows & Doors - Inspect doors, windows, and screens twice a year. Check the locks, and look for broken or cracked windows, and missing or damaged screens. Check all caulking and seams for deterioration and replace as needed. Keep an eye out for loose hinges or any hardware that is worn-out or missing.
Exposed Foundation - Inspect at least once per year and look for leaning walls, bulges, curves, cracks and otherwise broken brick, block, or mortar.
Gutters - Check your gutters twice a year - Spring and Fall, inspecting gutters, downspouts and ! ...