Join Us for Open House Weekend – Palm Beach County – April 6th and 7th

If you have been considering selling your home soon connect with us NOW and it’s not too late for us to get your home listed for sale and included in the annual Open House Weekend sponsored and promoted by the Realtor’s Association.

There is a lot of promotion and energy that goes into this Realtor’s Open House weekend and if you are anxious to get your home sold then we don’t want you to miss out on this weekend, so give me a call at 561-667-4171 and we will make it happen. I’ll have professional photography with HDR and aerials arranged in a couple days to photograph your home, so we can promote it in it’s best light and draw the most buyer’s to your home.

If you see this and you think it’s too late to call, email me at Joby@harvestrealtygroup.com and just put in the subject line “sell my home” and we will get back to you right away as time is of the essence, but we can get this done and ready in just a day or two.

Be a part of this Open House Weekend and start the promotion of your home off right! Homebuyer’s will be out in force during Open House Weekend ready to make an offer to purchase their dream home. Let’s make it the home you want to sell!

Bullish housing reports this week – 3/21/2019

We have 3 new reports this week released by media outlets and the sentiment in all is good for housing. I think CNBC’s reports that mortgage rates have “tanked” is a bit strong, but they do seem to be trending lower and if they continue into the lower 4% range that will bring even more buyer’s into the market. Historically mortgage interest rates have been closer to 6% so these rates are still really good!

I like to check in on the surveys and media reports from these different outlets and when they all start reporting the same thing you at least can get an idea of the psychology of the real estate market, which is a big factor.


Consumers Bullish on Buying as Spring Kicks Off


Fannie Mae: Home sales will stabilize in 2019


Mortgage rates just tanked thanks to the Fed – and they could go even lower