Friday, November 22, 2013 / by Dean Miller
I was reading a great article this morning from our friends at KeepingCurrentMatters.com (http://www.keepingcurrentmatters.com/2013/11/19/5-reasons-to-sell-before-spring/), on a subject that seems to come up at this time every year, and I wanted to share it with our followers. The question arises from the decision of a homeowner to sell their house, just as Autumn comes to a close, and Winter quickly approaches. Should I wait until the Spring to sell my home?
I would love your feedback on this, and if you are considering making a move, we would love the opportunity to discuss your options and explain the benefits of our unique systems.
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Saturday, March 23, 2013 / by Dean Miller
A few weeks back, I attended a real estate industry event in my own back yard. New York City is really such an incredible place, and no two minutes, let alone days, are ever the same. That feeling got me thinking, so here goes.....
Just a few personal observations, beliefs and random thoughts ;
- I truly believe that it is a privilege to work in the real estate industry, regardless of how easy it may be to get into here in NY state (my personal opinion). There are so many truly talented, gifted, and giving people when you make the effort to find them. There is nothing boring about learning and realizing that no matter how good you are or how talented you may be, there is always something or someone that can help you to improve.
- In my efforts to hunt down some of these people, I stumbled upon another "Ah Ha" moment. During those conversations, I truly witnessed how no 2 people, no matter how similar their goals, can go about things so differe ...
Monday, November 19, 2012 / by Dean Miller
Over the past few weeks, many of us on Long Island got to witness the incredible power of Mother Nature. A major hurricane, followed by the sucker punch of a Nor'Easter that dumped a lot more snow on us than the brilliant weather people originally predicted. But what was even more amazing were the things that I and many others got to witness after all of the destruction, and no matter how strong Mother Natures powers are, the strength of the Human Spirit always prevails.
While Sandy and the snow destroyed homes, businesses, roads, beaches and even took a few lives, the Human Spirit comes back stronger and stronger. Residents of the ravaged communities coming together to help each other. Providing shelter, food, warmth, a shoulder to cry on, another to lean on. People dropping everything to make sure that others were safe. Giving of their homes, money, effort and time to make sure that someone else would suffer less!
Unfortunately, many of us ...
Wednesday, October 17, 2012 / by Dean Miller
The sales numbers for the month of September were released this week. Today we will provide you with the numbers for all of Nassau County. If you would like numbers specific to any one town, zip code, school district, feel free to let us know and we will get them to you right away. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to call us directly at 516-248-5007 or e-mail Dean@DeanMiller.net
Hello again from Dean Miller and the Miller Realty Group of Long Island, a division of Venue Real Estate Group. Septembers sales numbers were released a few days ago and we wanted to give you an update on the age old question, "How's the market?".
During the month of September, throughout Nassau County, 846 "units" were sold (each unit is either a single family or 2 family home, or a condominium). This nunmber is down from August's number of 1,083. The August sales volume tends to be the highest throughout the year as a result of many families with chil ...
Tuesday, August 07, 2012 / by Dean Miller
All too often, we either run into a buyer who finds out too late that they have credit issues, or tells us that they want to purchase a home, and has the cash on hand for a good down payment, but they come up with a score that puts them in a position where they are stuck with a higher monthly payment.
Well the good people at MSN Money have put together a great piece with some simple yet very powerful tips. Some are easy, some are quick, and some require some major effort, but they will all work if you commit to it.
If you are planning on buying or selling a home on Long Island, any time in the next 6 months to two years, we would love the opportunity to provide you with a free needs analysis consultation. During this 15-30 minute conversation, we can provide you with the most powerful advice on how to prepare your home for sale, or give you the inside a ...