September 2018

Found 4 blog entries for September 2018.

One of the best things about being the owner of our company is I get to make the rules. One of the rules that’s important to me is offering an Easy Exit Listing Agreement where if a home seller isn’t happy with our performance the listing can be cancelled while in Active status. Despite no clients taking me up on the offer it is important for you to know we are accountable to you when you hire Kopa Real Estate to sell your home.

Because 25% of the homes we sell were previously listed with another agent we often hear stories of consumers who were frustrated with the other agent. Often the other agent tried to hold their feet to the fire with a listing agreement that can’t be cancelled or large cancellation fees you would have to pay. I wouldn’t want

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Strong home buying activity throughout the summer led to double-digit home sales growth in July, according to the July 2018 Central Texas Housing Market Report released today by the Austin Board of REALTORS®. The five-county Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) experienced the highest volume of home sales since July 2011, and the highest median home price on record for any month.

“Strong pending sales activity in June contributed to a big uptick in home sales growth last month, and pending sales growth was strong again in July, too,” Steve Crorey, 2018 president of the Austin Board of REALTORS®, said. “This means we could see another uptick in home sales growth in August to end the summer selling season on a high note.”

In the city of Austin,

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In August I was contacted by an unusually large number of investors who are considering selling their investment property. Some of the investors think the market is nearing a top while others have decided being a landlord isn’t for them. If you are thinking about selling your investment property here are a few things to think about.

Do you want to be a landlord? I believe successful investors enjoy owning investment properties and they run their investment properties like a business. If you don’t enjoy some of the negative aspects of owning rental properties such as dealing with tenants or having to lease a home then being a real estate investor may not be right for you.

What is your actual Return on Investment? When calculating a ROI many

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At Kopa Real Estate we believe “Everyone Needs A Home.” We have a longstanding relationship with the Texas Humane Heroes through sponsoring their Adopt a Kennel Program and 5K Race.

This year we are stepping up our commitment to the community and have pledged $500 of every home we sell to build a micro-home at the Mobile Loaves and Fishes Community First! Village. Each micro-home sponsorship is a commitment of $25,000.

Community First! Village is a 27-acre master planned community that provides affordable, permanent housing and a supportive community for the disabled, chronically homeless in Central Texas.

A development of Mobile Loaves & Fishes, this transformative residential program exists to love and serve our neighbors who have been

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