Can You Buy After Your Short Sale or Foreclosure?





Robert Johnson, the president of The Duncan Duo Team, joins me today to talk to you about something that may surprise you. If you had a short sale or foreclosure a few years ago, you may think that you cannot buy a home or you may hesitate to buy a new home because you are concerned about your credit.

Well, we have some news for you: You may be able to buy again!

Different mortgage lenders have different time frames, and every investor is a little bit different in terms of how that process works and when those events fall off. In fact, we are helping people every single week get into a home that had a short sale, foreclosure, or delinquency situation.

So, if you are someone who bought and sold and then had a problem, do not be discouraged because there is an option out there for you.

Also, since the economic crash happened so long ago, we started helping more and more people through those issues over the years. With the short sale they had to wait two or three years and three to four years for foreclosures, and that time has passed. Now we are seeing people who have foreclosures buying and selling.


Even if enough time has passed since your foreclosure or short sale, you can have someone purchase the home you want and rent it from them until you are ready to purchase.



There are a lot of programs out there that can help you, and oftentimes lenders will know about those programs that can help you buy. Many people are now considered first-time homebuyers again and are unaware of this because they have not talked to a real estate professional. Our team knows all about these opportunities and programs that are out there. We can educate and guide you the right way.

If you're a buyer and not enough time has passed or your credit still isn't high enough, there are programs out there that allow you to pick the home you want, we have somebody else buy it, and then you rent it until your credit is where it needs to be for you to purchase it yourself. You can start buying it now without an actual mortgage.

No matter what, you need a second opinion. There are companies out there that may be able to give you a loan in a great industry and if that is not possible, we can introduce you to one of the lease-to-own programs.

Too often we see people who think that they cannot look at homes for sale when they can. It is about knowing your options and talking to a professional. If you are one of these many people who needs to know the options, feel free to reach out to us. We would love to help you make your owning goals a reality.

May 2018 Tampa Real Estate Stats Statistics about home sales, inventory, luxury market

 

There are many Tampa Bay area homes for sale. Click here to perform a full home search, or if you're thinking of selling your home, click here to learn about our “Your Home Sold Guaranteed in 29 Days” program or for a free property valuation so you know what your home can sell for in today’s market. You may also call me at (813) 359-8990 for a FREE home buying or selling consultation to answer any of your real estate questions.
 
Andrew Duncan, #1 RE/MAX Agent in Florida, together with Robert Johnson, President of The Duncan Duo team, Mike Yates of Atlantic Mortgage, and Aaron Davie from Florida Agency Network, Hillsborough Title and Strategic Title, talk about May stats and how the real estate market in Tampa is doing.

Currently, there is 2.1 months of inventory which is a drastic seller's market. What it means is that homes are selling fast. There are not as many options as there used to be. There are bidding wars. There are more buyers than there are sellers.
 

According to GTAR, 3,670 home sales is the most number of home sales in a month that has been recorded for more than a decade. It beat last May's 3524 home sales which was the 2nd best month last year. May of 2018 has been the best month we have seen in a long time. May's sales is up from 2900 in April and has an average sale price of $265k.

Homes in the mid to upper average price points are selling fast. Buyers need to be prepared as there are not a lot of options for buyers as there used to be. This can also be seen trickling down to the higher end market, too, as there are more sales than there are inventory.    

Tampa is still considered one of the most affordable housing market.


To get more Tampa Bay Real Estate news and advice from Tampa Bay's #1 Realtor, tune in to The Duncan Duo Real Estate Show on 970 WFLA - Tampa Bay every Sunday at 10 am.

Getting to Know the New President of The Duncan Duo Team




Robert Johnson was recently promoted to president of the Duncan Duo Team, and today he’s joining me to answer questions about himself and his background.

Robert has been in real estate for almost eight years. Prior to joining the team, he didn’t have much experience. In fact, he says that he only had one sale.

Growing up in Tampa, Robert's family has been in the area for generations. Now married with three kids, his family has grown with his real estate career. His first son was actually born the same month he started with the Duncan Duo Team. In the years since he started, we have had the opportunity to get to know his family.

Of course, we already knew some of them since they work with us as well. His mother is a transaction coordinator and his cousin is the No. 1 agent in the company. He has even had friends work with us. He tells us that, although it was weird in the beginning, working with friends and family helped him thrive. Since they were able to blend together well, they have done great things through the years.

When Robert started eight years ago, he was a buyer's agent. He then became the No. 1 buyer's agent before becoming the No. 1 listing agent. From there, he was promoted to run the entire listing division team. Robert has done nearly every job in the company.

And now, after all his hard work and skill development, he has been promoted to president. Through the years, we have grown and so has Robert's success. In his first year, he only had 18 closed sales. Since then, he has had a year with 124 of them.


Through the eight years that Robert has been with us, The Duncan Duo Team has grown, much like his success.



When Robert first started with the company, there were only five people in a tiny office space. Through the years, however, it has grown, much like his success—In his first year he only did 18 sales, since then, however, he has had a year with 124 closings.

Personally, Robert, who went to Gaither High School and USF, says that he loves real estate. He enjoys water sports, baseball, Star Wars, and Disney. But mostly, he loves anything that involves his family.

If you have any additional questions for the man we now refer to as “El Presidente” or for me, please feel free to reach out to us. And, as always, if you are looking at buying or selling in the Tampa area, please call or email. We look forward to speaking with you soon.

Advice About How Sellers Can Handle Bidding Wars




I’m joined today by Robert Johnson, the president of our company, to help me discuss something that a lot of home sellers in the market are unprepared for—how to handle bidding wars. This is one of the biggest challenges in the market right now.

It’s no secret that we have low inventory. A lot of homes in the mid-level price range are seeing fiercely waged bidding wars. Many sellers aren’t ready to deal with this, since often these bidding wars lead to their home selling quicker than they expected.

What do sellers need to know about handling bidding wars and how to process all the offers being thrown at them?

No matter what advice real estate agents give, it will always be the client’s call. Even though some think that a bidding war is a great problem to have, you still need to understand how to navigate that situation and how to trust your team to help you select the best offer. On that note, it’s important to remember that, sometimes, the best offer isn’t always the best price; it might be the one with the best terms that fit your end goal.


No matter what advice real estate agent’s give, it will always be the client’s call.



As agents, one of the things we do to help clients make a good decision is to look for the highest and best among the offers received, and to give the offers a chance to come back with their absolute best shot, given the seller’s needs. There are always risks involved with this ‘highest and best’ approach, so discuss these with your agent.

I’ve seen agents make the mistake of sitting in the driver’s seat of the transaction. The seller needs to be involved because a lot of times, the buyer and their agent assume the highest and best offer is just a matter of price or of how quickly they can get to close. The seller might want a longer closing, or to lease the property back—you really never know.

In instances where there are 40 or more offers, a seller can’t be expected to have a conversation with every one of those agents. Sometimes those agents will get angry about not hearing a response to a question they asked, but we can’t do their jobs for them; we just have to present everything to our client and let them decide what they want to do.

That said, for this to work, sellers should be honest with their agent about their goal, whether it be about money, time, or connections.

If you’re thinking about selling your home, reach out to us. One of the great agents on our team will give you the best advice on how to accomplish your real estate goals.

Best Time to Buy a home if you have been sitting on the fence

 

There are many Tampa Bay area homes for sale. Click here to perform a full home search, or if you're thinking of selling your home, click here to learn about our “Your Home Sold Guaranteed in 29 Days” program or for a free property valuation so you know what your home can sell for in today’s market. You may also call me at (813) 359-8990 for a FREE home buying or selling consultation to answer any of your real estate questions.
 
Andrew Duncan, #1 RE/MAX Agent in Florida, together with a full house of guests, talk about why NOW is the best time to buy a home.

The appreciation of the rentals is starting to outrun the appreciation on the housing market. This means that if you continue to rent, your rent is likely to go up. Some people don't realize that you can buy a comparable home for what you are paying in rent or even less!

A lot of these rentals are controlled and owned by hedge funds or big corporation which means they are in control of the rise in rental prices. Why keep paying for the rising rent if you have the ability to buy? For those who think they are not able to buy, Mike Yates of Atlantic Bay Mortgage shares that there are a lot of low money down options available. There are also some down payment assistance programs available. It's best to contact a lender to see what options are available for you.

If you decide to buy, do your research. Get pre-qualified and look for an experienced Real Estate team like The Duncan Duo to help you in this competitive real estate market and get the home you want.


To get more Tampa Bay Real Estate news and advice from Tampa Bay's #1 Realtor, tune in to The Duncan Duo Real Estate Show on 970 WFLA - Tampa Bay every Sunday at 10 am.

Create More Demand for Your Listing With "Coming Soon" Marketing




Today we would like to give you some insight into a phenomenal technique called “Coming Soon” marketing. There has been some speculation over whether this strategy works, but we believe it does. 

Before we get into why it is effective, let’s first discuss what Coming Soon marketing is. Coming Soon marketing is a strategy wherein we begin advertising a listing before it’s active. So, this marketing technique creates pent-up demand for a home. It is similar to putting out a Black Friday sales flyer before Thanksgiving.

Coming Soon marketing helps propel listings into multiple offer situations, which equates to faster sales and higher prices. This strategy ultimately creates a situation the seller would not achieve without this type of marketing. As real estate professionals, we do not want our sellers to miss out on any offers because their home lacks exposure, and Coming Soon marketing prevents this from happening.


We give our sellers advice and opportunities, but we also give them control over how to proceed.



At the end of the day, though, everything that we do comes down to the seller’s choice. While we are happy to give our advice, sellers will always have the option to pass on this strategy.

With that said, we do highly recommend it. Some of the best listings never actually hit the market. Sellers can often net a great price without ever going through the hassle of listing or showing the property. We can often even earn sellers a cash offer.

But if a seller does allow their home to be shown before it hits the market, this can reap some great results. Motivated buyers will often submit offers above asking price if they are serious about securing the home. 

Of course, all of this is simply an option—not an obligation. We give our sellers advice and opportunities, but we also give them control over how to proceed.

If you have any other questions, would like more information, or are curious how we can help you sell your home, give us a call, send us an email, or visit www.TheDuncanDuo.com. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Working With a Reduced-Cost Agent Will Bring You Reduced-Quality Results



When listing your house, you should be leery of hiring an agent who cuts their commission. If an agent wants to negotiate down on their commission to earn your business, that’s a definite red flag. 

Real estate is a competitive business. As agents, we sometimes encounter clients who think the lowest commission is the best deal. But low commission rates often spell trouble.

You truly do get what you pay for. So when an agent offers to reduce their fee, you’ve got to wonder whether they’re also going to be reducing their level of service. Netting top dollar for your property requires heavy marketing, which is not cheap.

If an agent isn’t spending money on marketing your home, your home will get less exposure and you’ll get less money. Without money being spent on marketing, you could be missing out on professional photography, virtual tours, and other tools and tactics used to bring buyers into your home.


Saving 1% or 2% in commission doesn’t gain you anything.


Agents are not created equal. For the same reason you don’t look for the cheapest meal every single time you go out to eat, you shouldn’t be looking for the cheapest agent when it comes time to sell your home. Choosing an agent who is willing to cut down their commission not only leads to a sacrifice in quality, but also indicates that they aren’t a strong negotiator. Can you really trust an agent who can’t negotiate their own commission to negotiate the price of your home?

Saving 1% or 2% in commission doesn’t gain you anything. In fact, it will almost certainly translate to less money in your pocket at the end of the deal.

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to hearing from you soon.

Missed Marks and Passing Cars—Check Out Our Blooper Reel




We have a lot of fun filming our educational real estate videos for you all, but even professional actors don’t get things right on the first take.

From passing cars to missed marks, we’ve created quite the blooper reel, and we want to share that with you today. To get a behind-the-scenes look at our video blog, watch this short blooper reel.

Common Real Estate Misconceptions for Buyers & Sellers debunked for best results

 

There are many Tampa Bay area homes for sale. Click here to perform a full home search, or if you're thinking of selling your home, click here to learn about our “Your Home Sold Guaranteed in 29 Days” program or for a free property valuation so you know what your home can sell for in today’s market. You may also call me at (813) 359-8990 for a FREE home buying or selling consultation to answer any of your real estate questions.
 
Andrew Duncan, #1 RE/MAX Agent in Florida together with his guest, Robert Johnson, president of The Duncan Duo team, talk about the common real estate misconceptions for buyers and sellers.

You do not need a real estate agent to buy a home.
There are a lot of things an experienced agent can help you with. Real estate agents used to be the gatekeepers of information but now that more and more information are available online. The role of a real estate agent has evolved to where they help you navigate the process. They help you what to do with the information and how it's going to affect you. The real estate market is very tough right now and the contract to closing process has become more and more complicated. An experienced agent like The Duncan Duo team can help prepare you for the process.

You need 20% down payment to buy a home

You DO NOT need 20% down payment to buy a home. In fact, you can buy a home with no money down depending on the type of loan product and the location of the property. There are also loan products that offer 3% down or 5%. You can buy a home with a lot less than 20% down as most people believe.

Spring is the best time to sell a home
A lot of people think that Spring is the best time to sell because of the ramp up during the summer but it really depends on the area and the type of home you have. One of the arguments is that everybody wants to put their home on the market in Spring that you might just be one of the people at the dance. Another factor is the location. For some neighborhoods like Sarasota and Bradenton that targets the snowbirds in the wintertime, Spring would not be the best time to put the home on the market.


To get more Tampa Bay Real Estate news and advice from Tampa Bay's #1 Realtor, tune in to The Duncan Duo Real Estate Show on 970 WFLA - Tampa Bay every Sunday at 10 am.

No One Sells Homes Like the Duncan Duo



We’ve been in the real estate business since 2005, and during that time our team and business have grown dramatically. Now, we’re one of the top 20 real estate teams in the country, out of millions of agents.

If you’ve ever bought or sold a home, you know that it can be a very stressful experience. Our team is here to help. We’ve got a massive amount of experience with thousands of home sales under our belts. We also do over $250 million in sales volume a year.

Each team member has a focused goal and brings a unique perspective to each aspect of the real estate process. We want to take the stress out of the transaction for you, which is a major reason we have more 5-star reviews than any other real estate agent in Tampa Bay.

Also, we can give you an immediate cash offer for your home or guarantee a sale within 29 days. If it doesn’t sell within that time, we’ll buy it. That isn’t something you’ll have to worry about, though. On average, our listings sell up to 4% higher and four times faster than market averages.

We’re so excited to be the No. 1 Re/MAX agents in Florida and to be within the top five agents for Re/MAX on an international level. We’re also the official agents of the Tampa Bay Lightning, which is just one more way we’re able to get more exposure for your listing. Maybe we’ll see you at a game this season. Go Bolts!

Aside from being recognized as top Re/MAX agents, our team is also recognized within our own community here in Tampa Bay. The testimonies of the people we’ve worked with are proof of what we can do for you.

Jack Harris, TV personality and radio host on 970 WFLA, says that even though he knew of our track record, he was still surprised at just how well got the job done. We were actually able to sell Jack’s home above asking price and in just four days.

Another great testimony we’d like to share comes from former Bucs player and local celebrity Ian Beckles. Ian’s house had been on the market for months before he came to us. “If you need to buy or sell a house, it’s got to be with the Duncan Duo. They’re the best,” says Ian.

Of course, we’re proud to serve the entire Tampa Bay area. We’re also proud to be associated with the largest international real estate network. With more than 100,000 associates in over 100 countries, nobody in the world sells more real estate than Re/MAX, and nobody in Tampa Bay sells more real estate than the Duncan Duo.



Nobody in the world sells more real estate than Re/MAX and nobody in Tampa Bay sells more real estate than the Duncan Duo.


If there’s one thing we’ve learned about selling homes, it’s that it isn’t just about getting your property on the market. It’s about getting your property on the market the right way. In real estate, first impressions mean everything. We have an arsenal of professional photographers and videographers to help make sure your home gets maximum exposure online.


We also give sellers the option of creating an immersive virtual walk-through, which allows buyers to digitally experience the home from a first-person perspective.

At the Duncan Duo, our marketing strategies are what set us apart. We have a dominating presence online, on television, and on the radio. All of this exposure helps to drive more traffic to your listing. We even have the endorsement of Barbara Corcoran, who is one of the most influential real estate voices in our country.

The bottom line is this: Our innovative marketing strategies and technology are going to sell your home in less time and for more money than our competitors. So, come see why thousands of people continue to trust the Duncan Duo with their real estate needs.

If you have any other questions or would like more information, feel free to give us a call or send us an email. We look forward to working with you soon.

How Do the New Tax Laws Affect Homeowners?



When the new tax laws were put in motion at the end of last year, a lot of people—including the National Association of Realtors—were concerned about how they would affect the housing market. If you’re a homeowner or a homebuyer, there are a few specific changes that potentially impact you.

First, though, we should talk about a change that, thankfully, didn’t take place, and that’s your ability to not pay capital gains tax when you sell a primary residence that you’ve occupied for two out of the last five years. In several different versions of the house and senate bill, this was going to get modified, but it wasn’t. If you sell a home you’ve occupied for two out of the past five years, you still don’t have to pay any capital gains tax.

There was a slight change to the mortgage interest deduction. It mostly stayed the same, albeit with a slight wrinkle. The majority of homebuyers still can write off their mortgage interest deduction, but the new cap for this deduction is $750,000. This can be for a first loan, a second loan, and it can be for a second property, but it no longer applies to a HELOC loan.

There was also a change with the property tax deduction, which was capped at $10,000. Anyone buying an average or above-average home, though, should still have property taxes below $10,000 and, therefore, be able to deduct them.


The majority of homebuyers won’t be harmed by these changes.


From a homeownership perspective, the majority of homebuyers won’t be harmed by these changes. Most of the deductions that were available to you beforehand are still available. You only start to lose some of your protections as you climb the price charts, and there were also other changes that offset the deductions that aren’t available anymore.

There is another caveat to this situation that’s worth mentioning. We may see an improvement in our local market because people in other states with high property taxes and state income taxes may end up moving here because of the lack of income tax that they can no longer deduct.

Since we only have 2.4 months’ worth of inventory—a record low—and more buyers potentially flocking to our market, our challenge moving forward is finding more inventory. This means if you’ve been thinking about selling your home, there has never been a better time to sell quickly and for top dollar.

If you have any other questions about these tax changes or you’re thinking about buying or selling a home in our market, don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We’d be happy to help you.

Have You Filed Your Homestead Exemption? The Deadline Is 3/1!



One of the questions we recently got from buyers is, “If I bought a home in 2017 and I live in the property, when do I need to file my homestead exemption?”

The homestead exemption is very important. You may have filed it when you bought the home. Some title companies do it and some don’t. Others may give you the application and encourage you to file it yourself.

If you bought a home in 2017, then you need to file your exemption by March 1.

Counties will consider applications after that date, so you can file after the deadline, but if you want to guarantee exemption, file by March 1.

You can go to hcpafl.org or, if you’re in Hillsborough, pcpao.org. You can also search for your county’s property appraiser website to get the application. Some counties may have you print it out and mail it in, while some may allow you to submit online. They will need some information about the house.


If you bought your home in 2017, you need to file your exemption by March 1.


Make sure to file other exemptions that you may qualify for. There are exemptions for disabled veterans, the widow or widower of a disabled veteran, seniors, and more.

If you bought your home a few years ago and feel like your taxes are too high, take a look and see if you have filed your homestead exemption. It’s possible that you didn’t. Look up your property on the property appraiser’s website to see if you did.

When you file for the homestead exemption, it caps your property taxes from going up any more than 3%. If you’re not homesteading, your property taxes can go up to 10%.

The homestead exemption can save you a lot of money. After all, no one wants to pay more taxes.

If you have any other questions about the homestead exemption or real estate in general, just give us a call or send us an email. We would be happy to help you!

Should You Buy a New Home Before Selling Your Current One?




Welcome back to “The Duo Talks”, the monthly series where my wife Angela and I take questions about what’s going on in the real estate market from radio show listeners. We aim to give them the best advice possible to make informed decisions about real estate.

The question of the week to answer is: Why should you sell your house if you’re worried about finding another one to buy?

This is a fear a lot of people have. The most recent statistics from the Tampa Association of Realtors show that we only have 2.4 months of inventory, which is a record low over a decade span. Today, we have some practical advice about how to get the best for yourself out of this real estate market.

In a competitive market like this, it may be a better decision to buy a home before you sell. There are consequences that you might want to keep in mind, however. One is that you might, for a short period, have to make two mortgage payments.

But there is the convenience factor of not having the hassle of dealing with the home on the market. Additionally, buying first can allow you to search for and buy the right house without being pressured for time. If you have the ability to buy first in this market, it’s something I’d consider.


In a competitive market like this, it may be a better decision to buy a home before you sell.


You might worry about the ramifications of having to pay two mortgages at once. On the alternate side of that worry, however, is that if you rush to buy a house, you might pay too much or just buy a house that is wrong for you. The competitiveness of the market can cause people to skew their judgment.

Some people really just feel more comfortable about selling their home before buying, and there are ways you can do that, too.

First and foremost, hire us. We can do a guaranteed sale where the home is sold in 29 days, or we’ll buy it. We can also give you an immediate cash offer for your home. In this situation, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you’re going to get top dollar, but you will have the convenience.

Another option would be to sell your home and move to a temporary location until you can find a new home to purchase. You may not like that idea, but is it worse than buying the wrong home and having to live there long-term? Maybe three months in an apartment is a decent trade-off.

Just make sure that you take your time and buy the right house. Don’t get caught up in the emotion and pressure of the existing real estate market. A competitive market like this one makes it hard for sellers to accept offers from buyers who say that they need to sell their home before they can close on the seller’s.

Opportunities like that are few and far between. If you do manage it, you probably will end up overpaying and you won’t get great terms.

If you have questions about this or other real estate topics, feel free to give us a call or visit www.theduncanduo.com. We’d love to give you the right advice for your specific situation.

Join Us on March 11 for Our Client Appreciation Party



You are invited to our Annual Client Appreciation Party on March 11 at 1 p.m. at Amalie Arena.

We are inviting all of the people that have blessed us with their business, bought or sold a home with us, or endorsed our business. You can get tickets to the event here and ask us any questions you might have about the event, such as how many people you can bring.

We have this party every year but this year, it will be a party like no other. We will have at least one Lightning player there to sign autographs and meet and greet the fans. There will also be thousands of dollars available in prizes and free food.

We pride ourselves on giving back to the community. Metropolitan Ministries is our preferred charity for this event. We ask you to please bring a few unused baby items and Metropolitan Ministries will be there to collect your donations.


This year’s party will be like no other.


We’ve always been involved with Metropolitan Ministries and we think they do a really great job. We appreciate all of your business and support, and we just want to pay it forward.

This is a free event, but it’s for past clients, partners, customers, and friends only. The event is not open to the public at this point, so please get your free tickets here.

In the meantime, if you have any questions, just give us a call or send us an email. We would be happy to help you, and we look forward to seeing you on March 11!

Sarasota & Bradenton Year End Real Estate Stats 2017 Home Sales & Values Statistics

 

There are many Tampa Bay area homes for sale. Click here to perform a full home search, or if you're thinking of selling your home, click here to learn about our “Your Home Sold Guaranteed in 29 Days” program or for a free property valuation so you know what your home can sell for in today’s market. You may also call me at (813) 359-8990 for a FREE home buying or selling consultation to answer any of your real estate questions.
 
Andrew Duncan, #1 RE/MAX Agent in Florida discusses with his guests, Robert Johnson from his team and Richard Vasquez of Artisan Insurance, the 2017 year end real estate stats for home sales and values and what to expect in 2018 for Sarasota, Bradenton, and Manatee.  He discusses the drop in distressed sales and the overall improvement in median prices as well as overall sales.

In Sarasota, the average sales price is $414,000 compared to $327k last year. There is 4.1 months of inventory vs 4.3 last year. Single family home sales in Manatee county is up from 420 sales last year to 460 this year. More are being paid in cash. The average sales price in Manatee county is $362k compared to $338k last year and 4.2-4.3 months of inventory.










There were more sales of condo and townhouses in Sarasota compared to sales in 2016. 325 homes were sold in 2017 compared to 258 the previous year. The average sales price was $493k compared to $322k the year before.


Rarely do you see the average sales price of a single family home be lower than the average sales price of the condo. This is because there has been a lot of development in the Sarasota county which are mostly waterfront and high end. It is also that time of the year where the wealthy Northeners or snowbirds are in town.

In Manatee county, the average sales price of townhomes and condos is $222k. There were 186 closed sales compared to 160 in 2016 and 4.2-4.3 months of inventory.

In the Sarasota and Manatee counties, we see more new construction sales. More new developments have been built and more smart home technology emerging.


To get more Tampa Bay Real Estate news and advice from Tampa Bay's #1 Realtor, tune in to The Duncan Duo Real Estate Show on 970 WFLA - Tampa Bay every Sunday at 10 am.

The Duncan Duo Has Barbara Corcoran's Seal of Approval




Whether she’s investing in the best entrepreneurs on Shark Tank or hiring the best real estate agents for the Corcoran Group, Barbara Corcoran knows that doing your homework pays off.

That’s why she endorses the The Duncan Duo.

She recognizes our proven success, because the numbers don’t lie.


On average, The Duncan Duo sells a home every 8 hours.



We attract full-price offers every day due to our extensive marketing.

On average, we sell a home every 8 hours.

To find out why we have more 5-star reviews than any other real estate agent in Tampa Bay, visit our website www.duncanduo.com

To see her full endorsement, watch this short video.