Monthly Archives: March 2021

This is the Best of Times

Posted by Shawn Simpson // March 31, 2021

This is the Best of Times

Some realtors say this is the best of times. In all the years of being in business, they have never seen a market like this. Selling a home in Omaha right now might be easy, but buying a new one is an entirely different story. “In the 17 years I’ve been in business, we have […]


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A SPAC and Why Is it a Big Trend in Real Estate?

Posted by Shawn Simpson // March 24, 2021

A SPAC and Why Is it a Big Trend in Real Estate?

A SPAC and why is it a big trend in real estate? Pick up any financial publication lately, and they are all writing about SPACs. What is a SPAC? SPAC stands for special purpose acquisition company and created for the sole purpose of acquiring a private company and taking it public. As a simplified example, […]


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Why You May Want to Sell in Omaha

Posted by Shawn Simpson // March 17, 2021

People Who Buy Houses

Houses for sale in Omaha hit the market for a variety of reasons. Styl Properties, Inc. is a real estate investor and redevelopment company, and we see all of the reasons. We buy and sell Omaha houses for cash. We have experienced why you may want to sell in Omaha quickly. Why You May Want […]


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Why Prepare Your House For Sale?

Posted by Shawn Simpson // March 10, 2021

How-to-Prepare-your-Home-for-Sale

Are you in the process of selling your house?  If the answer is yes, then, most likely, you know it involves significant work. When you list your home, it entails house viewings, appraisals, and client negotiations, aside from the fact that you also need to maintain the place’s cleanliness. However, according to Realty Biz News, […]


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Baby Boomers Retired in Large Numbers

Posted by Shawn Simpson // March 3, 2021

Baby Boomers Retired in Large Numbers

I was amazed when I read this in the Omaha World-Herald: “Baby Boomers retired in large numbers—the generation born between 1946 and 1964—handed in their resignations at record rates in 2020. On average, 2 million boomers have retired each year since 2011, according to an analysis by Pew Research Center. But in 2020, that number […]


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