Blog by Ken Morris


July 13th, 2010
There is a tradition in Real Estate that a buyer does a walkthrough on the property they have purchased the morning of possession. However, Realtors need to advise their clients this is not a given.

Don't Count on a Walkthrough Blog Transcription

Hi there Rob Reynar here, checking in. Let's talk about a little bit about of possession walkthroughs today. Well, what is a walkthrough? ...


July 12th, 2010
Buying a new home can be one of the most fun and exciting times in your life, one thing that can sour the experience is trying to close and take possession too quickly.

Quick Possession Problems Blog Transcription

Hi there Rob Reynar here, checking in. I get a lot of questions about how fast can we close on a house. Even if it is vacant, how fast can we close on it and well, theoretical ...


June 7th, 2010

I'm still surprised at how many people buy without getting a Home Inspection. Today's events are a reminder how crucial it is to do your due diligence.

Dan Merrell from Accu Home Inspections does great Home Inspections.

Get A Home Inspection Blog Transcription

Hey There! Rob Reynar here checking in, just a reminder home inspections are crucial part of the real estate buying process. Did ...


April 15th, 2010

I recently showed a property in foreclosure. There are some issues to consider when thinking of buying a property that's being sold off by the bank.

Bank Repo Thoughts Blog Transcription

Hey there! Rob Reynar here, not a terrific property from a condition stand point that I'm in today. I'm actually in a foreclosure property. This is an acreage listing that is just outside of Cochra ...

Does History Matter?

March 3rd, 2010

 If you're on the buying end of a deal does it matter what a property sold for in the past? Does that determine today's value?

Does History Matter? Blog Transcription

Hey There! Rob Reynar here, checkin ...

It's not personal.. It's Business

November 25th, 2009

It's not personal... it's business. Yes it's a cliche saying, but it still has relevance in the Real Estate world. It's the saying most agents use when they send you a low ball offer...

DOM should be DOA

November 24th, 2009

One of the most over used and useless stats in Real Estate.... Days on Market.. I don't think it should ever enter the equation when buying a home.  

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