Schaub Team Blog
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Jan 28 , 2021 - 09:32 am
Schaub Team Premier Realty welcomes Greg and Mary Kuntz, newly licensed agents, as associates of Tim Schaub. Greg and Mary will join Tim in the Leland office, along with current associates Joe and Greta Campo.
Posted by Ticker Staff on Jan 18 , 2021 - 01:00 pm
Fresh off a record-setting year for real estate sales in Leelanau County, the market — now just weeks in the new year — doesn’t appear to be skipping a beat. The Leelanau Ticker checks in with a few local agents on just how off-the-charts 2020 was, and what’s to come in 2021.
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Jan 13 , 2021 - 08:42 am
Schaub Team Premier Realty announced this week a record producing year. The year 2020 marked the third year since Schaub Team opened their own brokerage after spending many years in the real estate business. Highlights of the year included 117 transactions, a 33% increase over the year prior, and a total sales volume of over $60.3 million – topping their best year (2019) by a staggering 45%.
Posted by Alan Campbell, Leelanau Enterprise on Nov 25 , 2020 - 11:41 am
Home sales in Leelanau County have set an annual record - with two months to go in the calendar year. "It's not a surprise to me," said Tim Schaub, a Broker/Owner of Schaub Team Premier Realty with offices in Leland and Suttons Bay. "We've been really, really busy."
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Sep 02 , 2020 - 09:06 am
The Leelanau Ticker’s Senior Writer, Emily Tyra caught up with Broker/Owners Tim and Roger Schaub recently to get their insight on what is currently playing out in the local real estate market.
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Jun 01 , 2020 - 10:50 am
On May 7th, the real estate industry was able to resume work while adopting new safety rules and guidelines. Schaub Team continues to work from home while the “Stay Home, Stay Safe” Executive Order remains in place as an added safety measure for our team and their families. We are all excited to be back doing with what love – real estate in Northern Michigan – and have been busy with new listing appointments, house, and property showings, writing and securing offers.
Posted by Jamie Jewell on Feb 26 , 2020 - 11:58 am
Michigan laws regarding Certificates of Trust have changed, making many that were created prior to 2018 invalid. Learn from our friends at Access Title why and what you can do to update them.
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