Wow. In seven short years we have gone from 71% of buyers seeking properties on the web to a full 99%. The sharp agents now are also posting homes on Google, FaceBook, YouTube and Twitter. And internet advertising is a fraction of what it costs to advertise in magazines and newspapers. Plus it saves trees!
Lucky me (Lucky I?) was invited to be a guest at Boot Ranch in Fredericksburg this past month, to learn details of news from the 2,000-acre luxury residential development and private golf and swim club set in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. We’ve written about Boot Ranch before. On the agenda now: an introduction to […]
Forget Southfork — if J.R. Ewing were for real and among us, this would be where he’d want to live. Because, no doubt, while the oil market is depressed, he would be diversified into (what else?) tech. This cool ranch 90 miles outside of Dallas (with plenty of room for a heliport) would be just the […]
Hawaii conjures up images of sun, sand, surf, and sky-high real estate prices. All are pretty true. But if you’re willing to get off the beaten path, there are, dare I say, reasonably priced options. Take the Makaha Surfside condos located on the Waianae (why-a-nigh) coast. The west side of Oahu is more rural, away […]