Founded in 1948, the Montgomery Area Association of REALTORSŪ is an organization with more than 1,100 members servicing Montgomery, Autauga, Elmore and Lowndes counties in central Alabama.
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The Montgomery Biscuits new ownership group, led by Lou DiBella, is officially underway and they are celebrating their arrival in Montgomery with a BANG! From Thursday, June 22 thru Sunday, June 25, the Biscuits will be putting on 4 exciting shows for their fans as part of a Grand Re-Opening Weekend.
Military Families - Enjoy the Montgomery Zoo
Military Appreciation Day at the Montgomery Zoo: FREE ADMISSION FOR ALL MILITARY PERSONNEL (RETIRED AND ACTIVE DUTY) AND THEIR DEPENDENT FAMILY MEMBERS. All military personnel and their dependent family members receive FREE admission to the Montgomery Zoo and Mann Wildlife Learning Museum. Food, drinks and refreshments are also provided. There will be speakers and presentations made from representatives of Maxwell Air Force Base, the City of Montgomery and the Montgomery Area Chamber of Commerce. Thank you for proudly serving and protecting our nation. Please provide valid military identification for entry.
How to Prevail in a Competitive Market Home shoppers are increasingly facing steep competition for the limited number of homes for sale. “Attempting to purchase a house in this type of market can make the already complex process of buying a home even more overwhelming,” the National Association of REALTORS® notes in a recent release. NAR offers up five suggestions for home buyers navigating today’s competitive market: 1. Stick to a budget. Have buyers get preapproved by one or more lenders to ensure eligibility. Be sure to also take into account extra costs of homeownership, such as taxes, utilities, and insurance. “When listings are scarce, bidding wars can drive up prices, so buyers must be prepared to walk away if the asking price surpasses their budget,” according to NAR. 2. Identify home wants versus needs.......
Everyone has heard the old saying, “if it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” That old saying has never been more true than today. With a tough economy, money tight and everyone looking to save every dollar, real estate scams are increasing. The most common version we REALTORS® deal with is the rental property scam that begins on the internet.