Welcome everyone to the Louisville Real Estate podcast for September 30, 2015. This is the Louisville Home Inspections Edition. I'm Greg Fleischaker licensed with Kentucky Select Properties here to help you make a wise and informed decision in your next real estate transaction.
Today I'm back at the office. I'm in the conference room and I'm speaking with Robb Johnson the owner and managing member of Home MD, Inspection Services. Home MD provides home inspection services to the Louisville and Jefferson county areas as well as surrounding counties. I think Robb has had many years of experience and expertise with pest inspections, radon and mold testing and analysis, thermal imaging inspections and energy audits. I don't know what all that is but I'm hoping he'll explain it to me.
Robb thanks for coming in today...
Welcome everyone to the Louisville Real Estate Podcast for September 23, 2015. This is the Louisville MLS High End Properties update edition. I'm Greg Fleischaker, licensed with Kentucky Select Properties, here to help you make a wise and informed decision in your next real estate transaction.
Today, I'm going to look at a few more statistics. It's another market update edition. I noticed that over the past few weeks or maybe months, I've looked a lot at ... Or at least several times ... At luxury homes, so maybe properties at a million dollars or more. Some people would define it as 1.5 or above, but today, I wanted to move down in price range a little bit and look at homes that are expensive, but not in that high, million dollar plus price range. I wanted to see how those sales have been behaving, I'd say, over the past ten years. So, looking at $500,000, right up to a million dollars. I looked at the entire MLS, so all of ... Whatever areas are included in the MLS. It's mostly Jefferson County, but there's Oldham County, Bullitt County, and then you'll start to sprinkle in some other sales as well.
Welcome, everyone, to the Louisville Real Estate podcast for September 16, 2015. This is the Louisville Home Appraisal edition. I'm Greg Fleischaker, licensed with Kentucky Select Properties, here to help you make a wise and informed decision for your next real estate transaction. Today I'm lucky enough for David English to stop by our office to talk about appraisals in Louisville. David, along with some of his family, have long been considered some of the very finest appraisers in the city, so I'm pleased to sit down with him today and learn a bit more about how appraisals work and how they fit into everyday real estate transactions. David, nice to see you today. How are you doing?
David: All right, Greg. How are you doing?
Greg: I'm doing well. How long have you been working with appraisals?
Welcome, everyone, to the Louisville Real Estate Podcast for September 9, 2015. This is another market update edition. I'm Greg Fleischaker, licensed with Kentucky Select Properties, here to help you make a wise and informed decision in your next real estate transaction. Last week, I looked at some of the real estate data that was coming from different parts of town. I think I might have looked at 4, maybe 5 parts of town that I'm most active in. Today, what I wanted to do is look at only homes that sold for $1 million or more in all of Jefferson County.
Everything I'm talking about today are single-family residences that sold for $1 million and only in Jefferson County. That obviously excludes some of the numbers, but I just wanted to make sure that I was being consistent with all the numbers I look at today, so I wanted to put that out there up front. If you have any questions or want to see this in a visual format, you can visit my website. I have a graph there. Again, I apologize if you can hear the paper shuffling...
Welcome everyone to The Louisville Real Estate Podcast for September 2nd, 2015. This is the The Louisville Real Estate Market Update edition. I'm Greg Fleischaker licensed with Kentucky Select Properties here to help you make a wise and informed decision in your next real estate transaction.
Today, I'm taking a break from interviewing some of the local real estate experts around town and instead I'm going to bring you an update on some of the smaller markets. I think I looked at them earlier. In May, I broke down Areas 2, 3, 8 and 9 and looked in those in quite some detail, compared them to the previous few years.
Today, I'll look at the next four month chunks. In May, I looked at the first four months of the year. We've had another four months go by. I'm going to look at how we stand at the end of August understanding that if huge transactions might trickle in and affect the numbers just a little bit. I have enough information to give you an idea of what's going on year-to-date. I'm not going to compare it to the last five or six years, but rather I'll just compare for those four areas where we are now after August and where we were after April so four months to four months kind of comparison.