"We're not realtors. We're 'home match makers'. Either the owner falls back in love with the house or hands its over into the loving care of a new person / family.
Our motto: Love it or List it!"
To protect the privacy of our clients we don't show any pictures of our investment properties or pocket listings. Instead we'll give you a clear description of the house and neighborhood. If you want to know more click the orange buttons and then we'll start the application process. There will be no exchange of any private info before the personal and financial screening process is complete.
Investment property is real estate property that has been purchased with the intention of earning a return on the investment, either through rental income, the future resale of the property or both. An investment property can be a long-term endeavor or an intended short-term investment such as in the case of flipping, where real estate is bought, remodeled or renovated, and eventually sold at a profit. We divide the properties into 3 categories:
Pocket listings have become a more mainstream option for marketing a home. Also known as a “quiet” or “off-market” listing, a pocket listing is a property that a broker keeps tucked away in his or her “pocket.” Pocket listings started many years ago as a way for high-profile people or expensive homes to be quietly marketed. They were seen as exclusive because they were listed under the radar of mainstream real estate agents, buyers and even the press.
Nowadays there are more homeowners who are interested in selling but not comfortable with current home values. These sellers may sit on the sidelines and will only sell if they can get the price they want. With a pocket listing, a seller and broker can quietly test the market. They can gauge reaction to the price they're asking and see what kind of traffic they get and how the market receives the property. The broker can get the word out about the home using various marketing methods - like holding a small open house, doing a private broker's tour, and stimulating word of mouth within investment networks. In many cases pocket listings are sold without ever making it into the public database.