William  Ucci

William Ucci

Sales Representative

License #: 3375123

WUcci Group of Compass Realty

Mobile:
321-339-7520
Office:
(321) 394-9399
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Wealthy Foreign Buyers Are Back for U.S. Properties

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - Mon, 2022-10-24 04:02

Over the last two years, foreign investment has slowed down considerably in the United States, mainly due to the pandemic and restrictions related to it. As travel restrictions ease up and the U.S. housing market opens up to the rest of the world again, foreign buyers are jumping back into the market. Historically, wealthy foreign…

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RE/MAX Promotes Sandy Jamison to Vice President of Region Development for the Northeast

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - Mon, 2022-10-24 04:00

RE/MAX® has announced the promotion of Sandy Jamison to vice president of Region Development for the RE/MAX Northeast Region. In this role, Jamison will oversee operations in 14 states, from Ohio to Maine, as well as Washington, D.C. She previously served as area vice president for the 15-state RE/MAX West Region, the company noted. In…

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Mid-term elections impact real estate. Vote

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Mon, 2022-10-24 03:58
We can all ignore elections as being “political,” but that won’t make them go away. No adult who is old enough to vote is above politics, and they have an impact on the industry, writes broker Teresa Boardman.

These marketing terms are officially cliched. Here’s what to write instead

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Mon, 2022-10-24 03:56
Consumers know that agents are famous for tweaking listing descriptions to lure them in to see the home. Avoid using these seven terms, and try these fresh alternatives instead

Circa 1930: What real estate agents need to know about Depression-era kitchens and baths

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Mon, 2022-10-24 03:55
The 1930s is known as the beginning of modern design, with both Art Deco and Art Nouveau influencing the styles and colors of bathrooms and kitchens in American homes.
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