Soldotna Real Estate Investors: Rewarded When Rents Rise

by Chris Druesedow July 8, 2014
Two Story Home

Last year comprised a decision point for many a local investor who had been holding back from the Alaska Real Estate market. There’d been a number of good reasons for them to hesitate. First, there were memories of the pervasive price drops that followed the global financial meltdown. Not exactly what a prudent investor was looking for—even given the real estate’s traditionally invincible long-term record. Then there were fears that the economy’s slow reverse out of the Great Recession (a term that was in itself enough to freeze many a checkbook!) would hamper apartment and single family unit rental increases. A landlord could get squeezed by inflation…if there were any inflation…who could know for sure? … Continue reading

Selling a Home: What Makes Your Soldotna Real Estate Property Stand Out?

by Chris Druesedow July 1, 2014
Soldotna Real Estate

This summer, success in selling a home in Soldotna Real Estate will depend upon the same factors as always: location; quality; buyer appeal. A home’s location—short of calling in the house movers—is pretty much what it is. The structural quality of workmanship and the level of maintenance that it’s received though the years can be gussied up where it shows (and should be!), but that, too, is largely a done deal. Which leaves that other factor in selling a Real Estate Kenai home—the little things that reach out to appeal to buyers. The difference between receiving a swift offer and not can hinge on what makes your home more desirable than others in its price range. … Continue reading

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