5 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Frankfort in September

Out of 40 homes sold this month, these were the most expensive in Frankfort!

5. Silver Lake: Sold for $242,750                     SilverLake

4. Springhill Estates: Sold for $251,000         Springhill

3. Duckers Point: Sold for $270,700               Duckers

2. South Frankfort: Sold for $273,800            South

1. Duckers Point: Sold for $295,000              Duckers2

*All information researched through Lexington-Bluegrass Association of REALTORS®*

Military Relocation Professionals

photo of people in military to represent military relocation professional in real estate

Did you know there are people trained to be Military Relocation Professionals (MRP) in real estate?  This person is specialized in working with current and retired military service members.

According to the National Association of REALTORS®, “the MRP certification program educates REALTORS® about working with U.S. service members and their families and veterans to find the housing solutions that best suit their needs and to take full advantage of available benefits and support.”

Using a MRP will provide you with special tools and resources other REALTORS® or real estate agents do not have access to.  They also have more in-depth knowledge of VA loans (to the extent their expertise allows, you should always consult a loan specialist) and know what it takes to find the perfect housing situation for a military service member.

We actually have a MRP in our family of NextHomies, Garth Vinson.  Not only does he carry this designation behind his name, but he has served his time in the military.   What better way to get the right real estate service as a member of the military than to get it from someone who understands first hand your needs!

As a veteran owned business, we fully support and are honored to be able to work with our service members.

Local Moving Companies


cartoon moving van

Entrusting a moving company is a decision you do not want to rush into.  They will be doing all of the heavy lifting for you, which is great!  But, they also will be the ones carrying the china cabinet handed down from generation to generation and that kitchen table you have tried not to get one scratch on for all these years.  I compiled a list of a few well-known moving companies below and a link to information about them.  Check out their reviews, see if they offer anything in case of an accident etc.  Plan ahead!

My point is don’t choose just any moving company that you see driving down the highway-although it may help to watch that they aren’t driving like maniacs!  I hope this helps and gets you moving in the right direction.

5 Most Expensive Homes Sold in Frankfort For the Month of August

Out of 50 homes sold this month, these were the most expensive in Frankfort!

5. McKeene Estates: Sold for $352,000       55

4. Tanglewood: Sold for $365,000                44

3. McKeene Estates: Sold for $450,000       33

2. Stoneleigh: Sold for $458,000                  222

1. Rural: Sold for $605,000                           111

*Data researched using Lexington-Bluegrass Association of REALTORS®*

Market Update

Real Estate Market update

Hey folks, if you have been wondering if you should sell your house or not, wonder no more!  Now is the time, it’s a seller’s market.

According to the Lexington Association of REALTORS®, there has been a decrease in home inventory of 13%.  Houses that are listed are flying off the market given the low inventory.  Home sales are up from last year about 4%.  Buyers have less flexibility when it comes to timing, pricing and options available.

This is good news for sellers!  This means you have more power when it comes to getting the most for your home in the market provided.  Your next step is to view our Seller’s page, where we provide essential property selling information.  If you have questions on any of the material or would like to speak to one of our REALTORS® regarding the selling of your house call us at 502.223.3553 or email at office.nexthome@gmail.com.

Source: https://www.lbar.com/news/article/218