The 2013 Stats are out! The Bozeman Montana Real Estate.net Team boasted:
This year, our Thinking Outside of the Box Approach allowed us to have a more dynamite year than ever before! Whether this is your first time selling a home, or if you are seasoned at accomplishing real estate goals, our team is here to offer the most professional, most secure, and most profitable real estate transactions possible. We take pride in what we do – and it shows!
In addition to individual websites, we go above the average expectation. You see, almost every agent can say that your home will be listed on nationwide sites such as Trulia, Zillow, and Realtor.com but what not all of them can say is that we heavily invest in the extended “Pro” accounts to get your listing featured in searches with added enhancements to the listing and photos-even better exposure.
To the Buyer, your home’s first impression begins with its photos. More than ever, the quality of the home’s photos can literally make the difference of selling a home or not, and we understand the importance of getting what the Buyers are looking for photographed correctly – the first time. We are constantly updating photos as needed, which attracts more views, and gains better placement on the web.
Our clients are relaxed, and don’t wonder what’s happening with their transactions because they know beyond a shadow of a doubt that they will be the first to know when something happens during their transaction. During the listing process before an offer, clients are updated with feedback to showings, and have the ability to sign into their personal listing accounts to review statistics as they are happening online – anytime.
2. South Carolina
3. North Carolina
4. District of Columbia
5. South Dakota
1. New Jersey
3. New York
4. West Virginia
9. New Mexico
Oregon boasts the no. one position as far as the number of people flocking to the state. New Jersey took the claim to shame with the largest no. of people moving away. The 37th Annual Migration Study has tracked company’s customers moving in and out of states over the course of the year. (http://www.unitedvanlines.com/united-newsroom/press-releases/2014/documents/2013-migration.pdf )
“Business incentives, industrial growth and relatively lower costs of living are attracting jobs and people to the Southeastern and Western states such as South Dakota, Colorado and Texas,” said Michael Stoll, economist, professor and chair of the Department of Public Policy at the University of California, Los Angeles. “We’re also seeing continued migration to the Pacific Northwest as young professionals and retirees are drawn to amenities including public transit, green space and the local arts and entertainment scene.” (http://www.realtor.com/news/moving-data-shows-where-americans-went-in-2013/#.UtQr5PRDsrQ )
Nebraska, Tennessee, Iowa, Alabama, Louisiana, Michigan and Indiana all found a nice balancing act between those who left the states versus those who moved in. For Michigan, this is the first year they have been able to achieve a balance after 16 years of migration deficit speaking largely to the rebound of Detroit and overall income per capita.
The Western states also experienced significant change since 2012, particularly with Montana and Idaho shifting from balanced to inbound states. Additionally, Washington went from inbound to balanced, leaving the majority of the Western Unites States balanced.