Summertime Listings (and Summertime Soldotna Real Estate Selling Mistakes)

by Chris Druesedow July 23, 2014
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The Alaska Real Estate listings aren’t dominated by any particular kind of seller—like local listings everywhere, all kinds of homeowners are represented. One attribute they generally have in common is the motivation to make their sale happen quickly. Sometimes that’s because they have settled on a new home purchase and want to avoid months of paying double duty on multiple residences. Sometimes a seller is relocating; sometimes there’s been a death or divorce.  Regardless of the reason for entering their property in the Real Estate Soldotna listings, most sellers are strongly motivated to do what it takes to accomplish a sale. Even in what has proven to be a generally strong market, a quick sale can be harder to … Continue reading

Clues to Analyzing Soldotna Real Estate First Time Home Buyers

by Chris Druesedow July 21, 2014
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The upheaval in global financial markets over the past few years may have been unnerving for almost everyone, but among the hardest-hit group was first time home buyers, in Alaska Real Estate and across the country. Many had to deal with the stress caused by an uncertain economy, the fallout on business and job security, and, more directly, a pronounced increase in the difficulty of securing mortgages. The good news for Alaska Real Estate first time home buyers is how the national situation has stabilized. It’s confirmed by the increase in the number of people interested in buying a home for the first time—which has climbed out of the slump. The latest NAR (National Association of Realtors®) annual Profile—a … Continue reading

Soldotna Real Estate Investment Properties Can Use Some Bird-Dogging!

by Chris Druesedow July 16, 2014
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When promising investment properties, in Alaska Real Estate or anywhere, are well-promoted, you can count on them drawing a crowd. Why wouldn’t they? Investment properties that perform well are like money machines: put in a quarter, get back a quarter and a nickel (and another nickel, and another, and another…). What’s not to like? But not all Real Estate Soldotna investment properties are well-promoted. There can be any number of reasons why, but the bottom line is that some of the best ones are hard to sniff out. In that case, they may take a “Bird Dog” to discover. A word about the term. Ask any hunter (or even any regular viewer of Duck Dynasty—and … Continue reading

Success Belongs to a Patient, Cool Soldotna Real Estate Home Buyer

by Chris Druesedow June 30, 2014
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Wasn’t it just yesterday that we seemed locked into a classic home buyer’s market in Alaska Real Estate? Bad economy, bad job numbers, tanked real estate values were all we heard about…until it eventually shifted. Over the past year or so, it’s become a very different landscape. If you’ve been out looking to become a Real Estate Soldotna home buyer, it’s possible that you’ve found yourself putting in offers on multiple houses…and also possibly watching from the sidelines as another Soldotna Real Estate home buyer walked away with a deal. If this isn’t a true seller’s market, to you the difference may not be apparent. In any case, when a prospective home buyer in Real … Continue reading

Moving to Soldotna Real Estate? 5 Tips for Avoiding Moving Scams

by Chris Druesedow June 11, 2014
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Moving to Alaska Real Estate (or moving to anywhere) is adventure enough without including one of the moving company scams that are all too common. It seems hard to believe that unscrupulous carriers can continue to operate, but the fact is, there are a lot of them out there. If you will be moving to Kenai Real Estate anytime soon, you don’t have to worry about any of the rip-off artists if you follow some straightforward guidelines: 1. Check the FMCSA The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration runs a household goods program designed to aid consumers. Their website includes a search feature that records past complaints for known companies…but be aware that only interstate movers … Continue reading

Getting the Most from Your Online Soldotna Real Estate Property Search

by Chris Druesedow May 16, 2014
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A property search in Alaska Real Estate just ain’t what it used to be. Young adults grew up with computers, so to them the advent of the connected world—the Internet—brought fewer startling lifestyle changes than it did for their parents and grandparents. But for anyone who thought the emergence of the Web would be the most lifestyle-changing technical innovation to happen in our lifetimes: SURPRISE! Now the whole circus has gone mobile—migrated into phones and tablets and who-knows-what other kinds of devices—all bluetoothed and wirelessed everywhere! The Wired World brought information into our offices and homes (to the dismay of encyclopedia and dictionary salesmen everywhere); now the Wireless World brings information to wherever we are … Continue reading

What is the Role of Soldotna Real Estate Realtor?

by Chris Druesedow May 13, 2014
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Why is it so important to get the services of a qualified real estate agent? Is it impossible to make a deal without hiring one? If you have these questions on your mind, then you have come across the right post. Read on to get precise answers to your questions. The role of an Alaska Real Estate agent is to help you buy or sell your house in an efficient manner. An agent who is based in a certain area knows well as to the actual market value of houses in that area. So, they can let you know about the real price of a house you want to purchase. On top of that, they … Continue reading

Seward Land

by Chris Druesedow February 26, 2014
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Seward Real Estate FREE search. Set up Seward Real Estate listings to come to your email as soon as they come on the market. See Seward Real Estate Market Trends. Chris Druesedow is your Seward Broker. Seward is a small town with a population of 3, 171 people. Seward is situated at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula. Seward is one of Alaska’s oldest and most scenic communities. Located just 126 miles south of Anchorage, Seward is a picturesque town. Seward is an hour and a half drive away from Soldotna and Kenai. Seward is easily accessible via the Seward Highway, the Alaska Railroad, bus, air, or cruise ship. The first thing … Continue reading

Seward Real Estate $500,000+

by Chris Druesedow February 7, 2014
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Seward Real Estate $400,000 – $500,000

by Chris Druesedow February 7, 2014
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