Adam Bogle's Blog Posts

Contingent Offers. Do they Work? Part 2

So you have to sell your house before you can buy a new one. That's a scary prospect. But one that has been done thousands of time. And you only want to move once. Here's how to do it. 1.

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Contingent Offers. Do they Work? Part 1

So you are thinking you want a new house, but you have to sell your place first. What can you do?First, give up on getting a great deal. I'm sorry to be so blunt, but a contingent offer is a sure

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Inventory Is Going Up

Very interesting stats just came out about available homes on the market per buyer. Which could speak to what will be happening in 2019.  Whether it is attributed to the general economy, or the

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Sellers Home During Showings

I have been showing houses for years, and have shown hundreds of people thousands of house. And in that time, I have learned and observed many things.There are a number of things a seller can do to

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Why Buy in the WInter

Many people think that there is a good and bad season for buying and selling homes. But here is why I think buying in the Winter is a great option. 1. There are fewer buyers in the market

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Statistic Geeking - How Low is Too Low?

Every once in a while, I fall down a statistical rabbit hole. And today was one of those days. I had another agent who was trying to figure out how to explain to their client about why the low

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Smoke 'em if you got 'em

I walked by a guy smoking a cigarette the other day. He was getting some smoke with his smoke.  And I thought....maybe I should take up smoking. At least that guy was getting nicotine. For

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Talent Oregon - Not So Hidden Gem Anymore

Use to be that when one couldn't afford Ashland, that they went to Talent...so they were close to Ashland. While it is cheaper, it is hard to find a house there. And anymore, it just isn't that much

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Monthly Stats - Spring is Springing

It feels like the statistics are starting to tell a new story.  Prices ar continuing to climb. And the average sales price to list price stays very constant in the Rogue Valley at 98% or so of

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