April 2014


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Yosemite Gateway Properties and Lifestyles — Homes and Land for sale in Oakhurst, North Fork, Bass Lake, Ahwahnee, Mariposa, Coarsegold, Yosemite Lakes Park, and Raymond
Ed Bailey, GRI, MS, Broker REALTOR® (BRE License Number 01479711)
Ed Bailey Realty
Post Office Box 308
39383 Honeysuckle Lane
Oakhurst,  CA  93644
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Beautiful Home, Great Area
Move in Ready on 2.26 gorgeous acres – Close In
Own a Moutain Business
Oakhurst/Mariposa/Coarsegold – Great places to live and do business.
Rural Mountain Property
Modern manufactured home on 8 plus beautiful acres in Rural Raymond. Close to Yosemite, Bass Lake!
Beautiful 24 Acres in Ahwahnee
Close to two golf courses – Horses, orchards, gardens, and more. Call 559-676-2424
Most Gen X, Gen Y buyers are searching for homes on mobile devices
Most “Gen X” and “Gen Y” home buyers are using mobile devices when they search for homes, but when it comes to choosing an agent, buyers of all ages are much more likely to rely on referrals from a friend, relative or neighbor than to end up with an agent they find online.
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Ed Bailey, GRI, MS, Broker
Ed Bailey Realty
Post Office Box 308
Oakhurst,  CA  93644
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March Home Market
March 2014 was like both a “Lion” and a “lamb,” for our local real estate market. Our dollar volume in sales of single family residential properties (excluding mobile homes, condos, etc.) was up 19% at $12,288,520 compared to $10,298,349 in March 2013, even though we sold 18% fewer homes. For the past year our dollar volume was up by 19% also, at $135,318,958 compared to $111,426,422 for the same 12 months a year earlier. …more
Curb Appeal Matters (Even When You’re Not Selling)
First impressions aren’t just important in the business world; they’re also crucial in the real estate world. Consequently, curb appeal is a detail that shouldn’t fall to the wayside, whether you’re currently selling your home or not. While it goes without saying that attention to curb appeal can make all the difference in getting a prospective buyer to part with thousands of dollars more when a sale occurs, there are plenty of reasons to boost your home’s curb appeal now (even if a “For Sale” sign isn’t posted on your front lawn). …more
Common Mistakes Home Buyers Make
Buying a new home is an exciting and sometimes demanding process. The heightened emotions and the high stakes make it extra important to find a home that fits your family financially and “feels right.” Knowing some of the most common mistakes home buyers make will put you in a better position to make the best choice. Here are some things to avoid. …more
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