What’s On The HotSheet In Your Neighborhood?

This edition of The HotSheet includes the most recent homes to hit Downtown Columbia, SC’s real estate market in the last two weeks. As of 2:21 AM, the fastest site in the industry is featuring 59 new listings for sale.

The areas include the zips 29201, 29204, 29205, 29206, and 29209, within a price range of $100,000 to $Zillion. Remember!!… No big deal if you don’t want to ‘register’ to look deeper at a particular property. Simply type in my initials or the word “Blog” (or whatever you can think of “Cocks,” “Tigers”), and shoot in a random email address in the field. Even if you don’t want to register or ‘poser register,’ you can still get a good glimpse of what’s new to the market by simply scrolling around the Gallery Page.

If you or anyone you know would like more information about any of these Downtown properties for sale, or if you’re interested in putting your home on the market, please call 803-447-8683 or email Franklin@MyColumbiaHome.com or Amanda@MyColumbiaHome.com

Happy clicking and Thank you!!

Franklin Jones

Open Houses This Weekend!

A few weeks ago I found a tab on our site that allowed a search for Open Houses. This tab was not available in this market until a few months ago when, apparently, our local MLS changed its rules about the feed that goes out.

That said, now that it’s available, I’m going to try to pump out the Open House list every Friday or Saturday. Currently, the list is showing 76 Open Houses this weekend. This number will fluctuate as Realtors add to the list.

Same rules apply as The Hotsheet. If you don’t want to “register,” or poser register (put in a fake email and/or phone number), you can at least enjoy the Gallery Page.

I hope you enjoy this and have fun looking around!

Thank you!

Franklin Jones

What Is Your ONE Thing?

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“It’s All About The Who.” KW

Today, Craig and I traveled to Rock Hill to attend the super popular “30-60-90” training. This course is the second portion of the Career Visioning series which teaches Realtors that are interested in shifting from a single real estate agent model to growing a business through talent. 30-60-90 lays out the roadmap of how of to determine real talent and how to develop and find opportunities for others within your organization.

In short, it was awesome. Our eyes were once again opened by the bigger thinking vision that Keller Williams continually provides. On the way home back to Columbia we couldn’t stop brainstorming and masterminding about what the next steps are for our practice. Let me correct myself. It’s not about “what’s” next for our organization, it’s “who” is next for our organization.

“It’s all about the Who…”

This is an example of what we learn as part of the #1 training company in the world (among all industries), and we LOVE IT!

That said, if you would like to know more about the real estate industry as a career, curious about taking your real estate career to the next level (or levels you never thought possible), or interested in joining our network, in particular, please call/text/ email. My number is 803-447-8683 and/or Franklin@MyColumbiaHome.com

Thank you!!!

Franklin Jones

Newest Downtown HotSheet!

This edition of The HotSheet includes the most recent homes to hit Downtown Columbia, SC’s real estate market in the last two weeks. As of 2:25 AM, the fastest site in the industry is featuring 63 new listings for sale.

The areas include the zips 29201, 29204, 29205, 29206, and 29209, within a price range of $100,000 to $Zillion. Remember!!… No big deal if you don’t want to ‘register’ to look deeper at a particular property. Simply type in my initials or the word “Blog” (or whatever you can think of “Cocks,” “Tigers”), and shoot in a random email address in the field. Even if you don’t want to register or ‘poser register,’ you can still get a good glimpse of what’s new to the market by simply scrolling around the Gallery Page.

If you or anyone you know would like more information about any of these Downtown properties for sale, or if you’re interested in putting your home on the market, please call 803-447-8683 or email Franklin@MyColumbiaHome.com or Amanda@MyColumbiaHome.com

Happy clicking and Thank you!!

Franklin Jones

New Home @ Lake Katherine!

Heads up to clients and blog readers! 1010 Rickenbaker Road hit the market today and already getting attention.

“Rickenbaker” features 2,900+/- sq. ft. with four bedrooms and three and a half baths.  The best part is that everything will be new in this awesome house and it’s located in one of Columbia’s most popular neighborhoods; Lake Katherine!

Further still, and one of the reasons Lake Katherine Neighborhood is so popular, is that it is within the award-winning Brennen, Crayton, Flora school zone.

As you can see from the pic and links, this house will have a beautiful, low-country style front porch. Over the years I can’t remember ever having a front porch until we moved to our current home. When we purchased, I didn’t know it would be a factor at all in our choice of homes. In short, it’s wonderful and has become one of my favorite features of the house. We love “porch life.”

If you or anyone you know would like to know about this new build home in Lake Katherine Neighborhood, please call 803-220-4447 or email Franklin@MyColumbiaHome.com or Amanda@MyColumbiaHome.com .

Thank you!

Franklin Jones

Finish The Sentence, Please…

To be clear, I’m not getting in a debate tonight and I’m certainly not trying to make anyone mad. It’s not my way. I am going to type about something that’s bothered me since the first time I heard it.

“Guns Don’t Kill People. People Kill People.”

I don’t understand this. Never have. The sentence isn’t finished, is it?

Let’s go with it for a minute:

“Pans don’t fry eggs. People fry eggs…with pans.” See what I did there? Am I missing something?

“Remotes don’t change channels. People change channels…with remotes.”

“Phones don’t call Uber. People call Uber with phones.”

“Cars don’t drive to the beach. People drive to the beach in cars.”

“TVs don’t watch football. People watch football on TVs.”

“Toasters don’t toast toast. People toast toast in toasters.”

“Footballs don’t make touchdowns. People make touchdowns with footballs.”

We could do this all day and night and make sense of thousands of examples. After all, people are going to achieve a means to an end with the most efficient manner possible and/or available.

A quote that has become part of American lexicon and accepted as pop-culture is, conveniently or inconveniently, incomplete.

Why did I choose the pic above? I didn’t want to put a pic of a gun and it’s better than a “2.” Further, I understand the 2nd Amendment & there needs to be a second part to the unfinished slogan.

Anyway, I’m just trying to understand.

Franklin

What SOLD In Your Neighborhood?