What To Expect As We Enter Into The Fall Real Estate Market

Here’s a look ahead at the rest of the Fall real estate market and beyond: Home Prices and Rent Growth Get ready for a slowdown in home price and rent growth! Experts predict that things will level off in 2023 and carry into 2024. Surprisingly, rents might even outpace the appreciation of home prices. This … Continued

My Favorite Type of Client

I love what I do because I get to help folks navigate the complexities of buying and selling real estate every day. Of course there are challenges, but it’s totally worth it when I have great clients. My favorite type of client often demonstrates these 3 attributes: 1. Willingness to Learn I believe that education … Continued

Homesnap announces Top 5% Award in first half of 2022

I was honored to receive this award from HomeSnap! Congratulations, Kevin! You’re an official winner of the Top 5% Award for the first half of 2022! We looked at the data from the first half of 2022 for over 1 million Homesnap Pro agents nationwide, and you’re one of the select few to win a Top Agent Award! … Continued

Three things I love about Estes Park by Arbor Homes

II had the BEST time touring the amazing model homes at Estes Park by Arbor Homes in Pendleton today! If you haven’t explored the benefits of buying new construction, we need to talk. Here are 3 Things that I LOVE about this new development: 1) Value – If you know anything about the prices of home … Continued

Selling to an iBuyer– Is it right for you?

Thinking about selling your home to an iBuyer? Be sure you know the true risks and rewards before you take the plunge. iBuyers, or “instant” buyers, are online real estate investors who use digital tools to make instant cash offers on homes and resell them online. They handle the repairs, staging and home showings, allowing … Continued

Mid-Century Marvels

It’s no surprise that the sleek, minimalistic architecture of homes built in the 50s and 60s has seen a revival in recent years. Millennials gravitate to its understated elegance, while Boomers connect the familiar resurgence to their idealized youth. A recent article in The Spruce, helps to identify what defines “mid-century modern” and offers tips … Continued