At its core, Amplify Local Action is an attempt to take funds earned through my work as a local Realtor and funnel them back into our community with an eye towards prioritizing organizations committed to raising awareness of - and providing support to those impacted by - housing issues, primarily houseless folks and the LGBTQ+ BIPOC community. Our first featured organization is Cathedral in the Night.
As a Realtor and community member that loves Northampton and is dedicated to its future, I am making it a personal mission to Amplify Local Action in 2022.
As a local Realtor my vision for the future of our community includes increased opportunities for property owners of all backgrounds in Northampton and surrounding towns.
This new listing at 75 Pleasant Street in Conway, MA wows and amazes around every turn.
Read on for more on why the distinction is critical for buyers in today's sellers' market.
Now that we have data to look at from April we are starting to see how COVID-19 is impacting the real estate market in the Pioneer Valley in this month's sales report from the RAPV.
It’s time once again to check the numbers in this month’s Pioneer Valley Sales Report!
In this month’s report we’re seeing more clearly how the COVID-19 crisis is impacting the real estate market. March was skewed because many transactions occurred before the stay-at-home advisory took effect and before many people had to apply for [...]
COVID-19 poses many uncertainties and raises many questions about the real estate market. Here are some of the most frequent I am getting asked these days. Are you wondering any of the same?
Earlier this year I obtained the nationally recognized Pricing Strategy Advisor (PSA) certification through the National Association of REALTORS. What does this mean for you, the consumer? Read on to find out.
We are SO curious to see what market trends reveal about real estate in the Pioneer Valley in March's sales report from the Realtor Association of the Pioneer Valley. How did March 2020 compare to March 2019? Is it too soon to see the impact of the Coronavirus pandemic? Read on for details.
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