Get to Know Marc Bushee
Marc Bushee epitomizes integrity, hard work, energy, and creative problem-solving in every detail of his Real Estate transactions. Marc was born and ...
Posted by Danielle Campeau on May 14, 2021
Should You Fix Up Your Home or Sell It As Is?
I have had some past clients reach out to me recently. They asked, “how much should I invest in my home to help it to sell?” This is a ...
Posted by John Knosalla on May 10, 2021
The Current Housing Market is an Unbelievable Opportunity
This week I shared some information about the great opporunites for both home buyers and sellers on The Jay Thomas Show. Take a listen to learn more ...
Posted by John Knosalla on May 4, 2021
U.S. Housing Market is 3.8 Million Homes Short of Demand
A recent Wall Street Journal article shares a new analysis by Freddie Mac, a mortgage-finance company, that the U.S. housing market is 3.8 million ...
Posted by John Knosalla on April 20, 2021
Cleanup Week in Fargo-Moorhead
Earth Day is recognized each year on April 22. It is a time for our communities to clean up litter, plant trees, or just enjoy the outdoors in the ...
Posted by John Knosalla on April 13, 2021
Homes Are Selling Fast in Fargo-Moorhead | Find Out Why!
The spring home selling market is HOT and NOW is an excellent time to sell! John gives all the details during his latest appearance on The Jay ...
Posted by Danielle Campeau on March 25, 2021
Get to Know John Knosalla
John Knosalla, the founder of JK Property Partners, was born and raised in Fargo, ND. He enjoys calling Fargo-Moorhead home because of its vibrant ...
Posted by Danielle Campeau on February 19, 2021
Questions to Ask Before Buying Your Dream Home
It is easy to become overwhelmed when you enter the home buying market. Friends, family, colleagues, and even acquaintances will give you their ...
Posted by John Knosalla on January 8, 2021
When is the Best Time to Sell Your Home?
The season you sell your home in can have an impact on how much you get for your home and how quickly it sells. The spring season is typically the ...
Posted by John Knosalla on December 21, 2020