“People who fail to prepare, prepare to fail.” — Benjamin Franklin My day starts at 4 am. Let that sink in for a second. 4. O. Clock. AM. It’s not because I’m a morning person. It’s not because I like to be up two hours before dawn. It definitely isn’t because I go to bed […]
“You‘re much stronger than you think you are. Trust me.” — Superman It’s not where you start, it’s where you finish. Q4 is the culmination of the work you’ve put in throughout the year coming to fruition. Over the past several years, I’ve learned that JohnHart Realtors are more like superheroes. You work harder than anyone else, you’re extremely […]
We all love gawking at homes we will one day be able to afford…ahem. So here’s a list of the 9 most beautiful NEW homes in the world. These marvelous residences feature unparalleled architecture, astounding creativity, and most importantly, originality. Let me know your favorite… 1. In a narrow alley in Tokyo, Japan, the House […]
Happy Spring! It’s that time of year again, spring has sprung, flowers are blooming like crazy and people are in full spring cleaning mode. As the renewal period of nature kicks in, more and more people are ready to make changes in their lives as well. For many, spring cleaning means making some moves as […]
In the housing market, Spring always brings an increase in sales. As the weather warms and summer nears, potential buyers are normally very eager to find a home and lock into a school district before fall comes around – this year that’s not the case.
Termite is one of the most common inspections during a real estate transaction. It’s customary, in a standard sale, for the seller to provide a termite report and to pay for section 1 of the work to be completed. Section 2 of report is commonly paid by the buyer.
Ask clients to write you testimonials to promote you. A lot of people rely on the word and experience of others to help make decisions, especially on such large transactions. Think of how much you’ve looked at Yelp or reviews of others when you’re looking into a new restaurant or a new product. This is […]
As of January 1st, 2014, the regulations for smoke detectors are changing. It is a minor change, but is an important one to pay attention to. Violators may be cited and fined $200! In order to avoid this fine, the California Health & Safety Code requires that at the time of a new tenancy, each […]