Tuesday, February 5, 2019 / by Becca Scott
The Yeatman Group (TYG), Long & Foster Real Estate’s No. 1 ranked sales team in both units and volume, continues to grow at a record pace. From its conception in late 2014, the team hit the ground running, notching 132 sales in its first year with a small group of former new construction sales professionals. As the group continued to grow and mature in both size and services offered, the sales numbers continued to soar as well. Year two brought 243 sales, year three, 335 sales, and the team closed on over 400 home sales in 2018.
With a heavy background in new construction, the TYG offers an unrivaled wealth of knowledge, experience and representation for both buyers and builders alike, when deciding to build a new home. The team offers skilled expertise in construction management, cost estimating, interior design, floor plan design, land acquisition, strategic marketing, and sales management. The group also specializes in sales to a variety of different customer pr ...
Wednesday, January 4, 2017 / by Becca Scott
In our last blog, we discussed the top benefits of owning a home task planning tool. Now comes the question of, should I buy a brand new home, or an existing home? Do you want something with history, or a blank canvas?
Stats have shown that when buyers are given the choice of buying new or used, the majority will choose new. There’s just something about buying a home that’s not only been untouched, but can be made just the way you like it. And in today’s market, new homes are more affordable than you might think.
So to help you with this decision, we’ve listed some pros and cons of buying a new construction home.
Even if your not going for a custom home, you may be able to upgrade finishes from builder grade material and add your own personal touches before construction is complete.
New homes offer modern floorplans. Today’s buyers want an open floorplan layout which means larger l ...
Wednesday, December 7, 2016 / by Becca Scott
When it comes time to put your home up for sale, many thoughts will run through your head, such as “why should I spend the extra money sprucing up the place? Won’t the buyers do that themselves?” Buyers are choosy and can afford to be choosy. In this market, buyers want the best, and a home can easily fall through the cracks if it doesn’t stand out in a buyers mind. And you don’t necessarily need to remodel your kitchen, or start a huge home improvement project to reel the buyers in. Sometimes a simple decluttering or deep clean will work wonders! With 90% of buyers searching for homes online, pictures of your home need to make a great first impression. Not only will it bring in the buyers by the numbers, but it will overall increase its value and shorten your time on the market.
To give you an idea of what you might need to do when preparing your home for the market, we’ve created a checklist to help you get start ...