Hello, my name is Danny. Thank you for taking the time to learn more about the services I can offer you. I have been a real estate agent for nearly ten years. I thrive on my ability to make buying or selling your home an incredible and memorable experience. It is my obligation to guide my clients in seeing their current or future home's greatest potential.
I truly understand that buying or selling a home will be one of the most important decisions you will make, and your wishes and needs are first and foremost while establishing a long-term relationship built on care and trust. I pride myself with outstanding service, support, knowledge of the current market, and strong negotiating skills to enable you to make sound, timely, and secure decisions for your family. I am dedicated to ensuring that all transactions proceed in a smooth, satisfying, and positive manor, from beginning to end, in order to make home buying and/or selling a pleasant experience for you.
Selling real estate is not only my job; it's what I love to do. A repeat client or a referral is a … [Read More]
People who already have a home usually need the funds from the closing to secure their next purchase. If a “move-up” buyer wants to buy a home during a depressed market, that means they usually have one to sell themselves. Timing becomes very important and negotiations become more involved so neither party is forced into short-term housing or find themselves in rent-back situation because closing dates couldn’t match up. It’s important to work closely with your Realtor, your lender and be made aware with frequent updates from the other side of the table that things are headed in the right direction, and for a smooth … [Read More...]
You might ask yourself – when is it appropriate to try and “time the market?” The short answer is never. One problem with attempting to time your purchase just right in tandem with economic patterns is that no one can really predict with any degree of accuracy – the future.
Many reports get published, predictions are made and some of them can be very close to spot on but the reality is that no one can tell for certain what will happen or when. Another challenge is that interest rates are most often higher during a recession (or depressed) market and household incomes might not be keeping up with the market. For that … [Read More...]
There are times when the economy is booming and everyone feels confident about their prospects for the future. As a result, people often times spend more money. People tend to go out to dinner more often, tip heavier, invest in wardrobe updates, maybe buy a new car and… more often than not, buy a new home. If the interest rates are friendly, this is especially true.
Then, for many reasons, there are periods of time when companies lay off employees and consumers become much more frugal about when and when they spend their money. They begin saving more money than spending it. When this happens, the economy further … [Read More...]