Monthly Archives: November 2018

How Big Data and AI May Change Real Estate

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The real estate industry has changed drastically over the years with the development of the internet and the opportunities it brings to the sector. From online listings to outreach, there are better marketing opportunities for both buyers and sellers today. The latest technology that’s changing the landscape of several industries is artificial intelligence (AI) and… Read more »

Brian Copeland – Gay Nashville Real Estate Agent

Brian Copeland - Nashville Gay Realtor

Brian was the 2017 President of the Tennessee Association of REALTORS and 2019 Vice President of the National Association of REALTORS. Personally, Brian has served on or is on the board for the Tennessee Equality Project, a Federal Club member with the Human Rights Campaign, the board for the American Fertility Association, Hands On Nashville,… Read more »

Does Climate Change Affect Real Estate Prices?

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In the wake of two powerful hurricanes in the U.S. this fall, the scientific evidence that climate change will raise the risk of severe weather events continues to grow. In some coastal areas such as Hawaii and Florida, roughly one-tenth of all homes are expected to be underwater if sea levels rise by six feet…. Read more »

Kimberly Davis – Plano Lesbian Real Estate Agent

Kimberly Davis - Plano Lesbian Realtor

A Plano lesbian Realtor, Kim has hand picked the members of her team to ensure that they possess the same ethics, ambition and customer service skills that have lead to Kimberly’s success. A Realtor since 1999, Kimberly has experienced several market shifts from the new construction boom in the early 2000’s, to the downturn in… Read more »

Why Buy a Home in the Winter?

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Why buy a home in winter? Well, usually there is less competition in the winter – sellers are more likely to accept a buyer’s terms. There might be lower inventory in the winter, but then again by the time spring rolls around, houses start getting four, five, six or even more offers. So looking to… Read more »

Portland Developer Sells Affordable Shipping Container Homes

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Earlier this year, the St. Helens City Council approved a renewable 50-year lease with Portland-based developer and entrepreneur Carl Coffman so he could build an eight-unit apartment complex on 7th Street in St. Helens. The shipping container homes are made from recycled metal shipping containers with renovated interiors to be used as living spaces. Coffman… Read more »

Daniel Garcia – Gay Pasadena Real Estate Agent

Buying and Selling real estate personally since 1994, and having renovating many homes over these years and successfully selling them for huge profits, has given me a key, valuable perspective for my clients when buying or selling their own homes. Take advantage of my experience for handling your own real estate needs. My partner for… Read more »

Nicola Miller – Lesbian Seattle Real Estate Agent

Nicola Miller - Seattle Lesbian Realtor

Nicola Miller is a professional real estate broker working with a highly motivated and experienced team of brokers. A mother of two young children, she offers a unique ability to help LGBTQ families navigate neighborhoods and schools of the greater Seattle area. Please feel free to call for a pressure-free chat; she would love to… Read more »