It's crazy out there. Low supply, high demand. Homebuyers can't putz around.
How one young professional decided that giving back to the community needed to be a stronger priority in his life.
With the worst behind us, now seems like a good time to consider the lessons from this unprecedented chapter in housing history.
Joe Hayden—your Louisville real estate expert— offers some practical analysis for home buyers and sellers for 2013
Real Estate expert Joe Hayden offers four essential home buying tips to help navigate the modern real estate market and successfully buy a home.
With everything you could want, this Louisville house for sale is conveniently located between two of the city’s most requested neighborhoods-- Middletown and St. Matthews.
Last December I moved to Germantown, a pragmatist’s utopia of shotgun homesteads, neighborhood bars, bike-ability, urban gardens and minimalist charm, conveniently nestled between the Highlands and Old Louisville.
Spending a day, or two, or three, with Sandy Gulick would be exhausting if it weren't so damn much fun.
The local real estate market continues to experience fluctuations that will likely take years to completely stabilize. However, several specific areas in and around Louisville are experiencing signs of recovery and stabilization that are important to note for both home buyers and home sellers. Jeffersontown, Kentucky is one location that is showing positive signs when analyzing real estate statistics.
Dana Jackson, executive director of Network Center for Community Change says foreclosures in Louisville are, "Leeching resources from our community."
Muhammad Ali has reportedly filed a lawsuit against the previous owners of his Louisville mansion for an undisclosed amount.
Google “top agents Louisville” and see what you find. So, how does someone go from being a relatively new Realtor just a few years ago to being a top agent in Louisville? That’s just what Tre Pryor has done.
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