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    A Tale of Two Markets: Inventory Mismatch Paints a More Detailed Picture

    By Keeley Ryan | March 15, 2017

    The inventory of existing homes for sale in today’s market was recently reported to be at a 3.6-month supply according to the National Association of Realtors latest Existing Home Sales Report. Inventory is now 7.1% lower than this time last year, marking the 20th consecutive month of year-over-year drops. Read More

    Virginia Beach Market Reports

    By Jon McAchran | April 3, 2015

    By Zip Code 23451 – Oceanfront & Shore Drive Area 23452 – Kings Grant/Little Neck Area 23453 – Landstown Area 23454 – Great Neck & Ocean Lakes Area 23455 – Bayside & Chick’s Beach Area 23456 – Red Mill & Sandbridge Area 23457 – Pungo/Back Bay Area 23462 – Kempsville Area 23464 – Providence/Centerville Area Read More

    Top 3 Foreclosures

    By Jon McAchran | January 18, 2015

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    Which Coastal Virginia home are you?

    By Jon McAchran | April 3, 2014

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    Top 10 Virginia Beach FSBO Mistakes

    By Jon McAchran | March 31, 2014

    Perhaps you are considering selling your home For Sale By Owner (FSBO). As we respect your desire to sell your home alone, The AtCoastal Team at Keller Williams Elite Town Center in Virginia Beach also knows it can be stressful to manage the process without professional help. If you have questions, we’d be happy to help.  Please contact us today. Below is... Read More

    Hidden Gems for Coastal Virginia Home Buyers

    By Jon McAchran | March 27, 2014

    Recently, Active Rain produced this infographic which shows the most valuable hidden gems when it comes to extra value and resale value in a home. From the 1500 national buyers polled in their survey, these great features topped the list. Great Views Quality Neighborhoods Great Schools Green Upgrades Large Lots New Upgrades Granite Countertops Extra... Read More

    Study: Zillow And Trulia Are Not As Accurate As

    By Jon McAchran | March 26, 2014

    The WAV Group published a rather interesting study earlier this month that analyzes the data on Zillow, Trulia, and broker web sites in 11 major markets including the nearby Washington Metro area.  Several key findings are represented below: As shown above, sites like Zillow and Trulia were likely to show a significantly incomplete set of listings.  This... Read More