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By Allison and Chris Eagan | Agent in Louisville, KY
  • Quick customer survey: What are you looking for in a Realtor?

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Louisville, Home Selling in Louisville, Property Q&A in Louisville  |  November 9, 2011 8:34 AM  |  312 views  |  1 comment
    I am doing research on what people want in a Real Estate Agent/Realtor these days.
    What are the top 5 services you are needing in an agent?  Or, what are the top 5 most important qualities you are looking for when you hire an agent?

    You may reply to this blog or email me below:
    Thanks for any help!

    -Allison Scott-Eagan from The Eagan Team, Re/Max Metro
    Louisville KY


  • Mold issues on the rise

    Posted Under: Remodel & Renovate in Louisville, Going Green in Louisville, How To... in Louisville  |  October 7, 2011 10:23 AM  |  373 views  |  No comments
    We are really fascinated with this company....has anyone used them yet?  Mold issues are on the rise...let us know what you think-this is from their home page on their site:



    Dry Ice Blasting (CO2 cleaning)-Commercial,Industrial,Institutional,Residential   
     Ice Blasters of Kentucky, Inc.       

    Ice Blasters of Kentucky, Inc.

    ph: 502-412-2626
    fax: 502-231-3689
    alt: 812-283-3733



    CO2 (Dry Ice) Blasting
    -  The rising star in commercial, industrial, institutional and residential cleaning applications

    Dry ice blasting is similar to sand blasting, plastic bead blasting, or soda blasting where a medium is accelerated in a pressurized air stream to impact a surface to be cleaned or prepared.  But that is where the similarity ends.

    Instead of using hard abrasive media to grind a surface (and damage it), dry ice blasting uses soft dry ice, accelerated at supersonic speeds, and creates mini-explosions on the surface to lift the undesirable item off the underlying substrate.  

    Dry ice blasting has many unique and superior benefits over traditional blasting media.

    Dry ice blasting:

    • is a non-abrasive, nonflammable and non conductivecleaning method
    • is clean and approved for use in the food industry
    • allows most items to be cleaned without time-consuming disassembly
    • can be used without damaging active electrical or mechanical parts or creating fire hazards
    • can be used to remove production residues, release agents, contaminants, paints, oils and biofilms
    • can be as gentle as dusting smoke damage from books or as aggressive as removing weld slag from tooling
    • can be used for many general cleaning applications

    Dry ice blasting uses compressed air to accelerate frozen carbon dioxide (CO2) “dry ice” pellets to a high velocity.  Carbon Dioxide is a non-poisonous, liquefied gas, which is both inexpensive and easily stored at work sites.

    A compressed air supply of 80 PSI-50 scfm can be used in this process.  Pellets are made from food grade carbon dioxide that has been specifically approved by the FDA, the EPA and the USDA. 

    What is Dry Ice?

    Dry ice is pure, solid carbon dioxide (CO2). As a gas, CO2 exists naturally in our environment. Dry ice blasting is an environmentally friendly cleaning method far superior to traditional cleaning methods.


    • saves time
    • saves money
    • no down time
    • no need to disassembly
    • non-abrasive
    • non-conductive
    • non-corrosive
    • non-explosive
    • non-polluting
    • leaves no secondary waste
    • minimizes waste, thus increasing profits
    • avoids many of the risks and costs associated with other cleaning methods
    • approved by the EPA, the FDA and the USDA  who govern hospitals, schools, nursing homes and food service institutions."
  • Foreclosures, Distress Sales & REO Hotlist

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Louisville, Foreclosure in Louisville, Property Q&A in Louisville  |  October 6, 2011 2:44 PM  |  321 views  |  No comments
    A reminder that You can request this free, no obligation service: "Bank Foreclosures/REO Hotlist",  by emailing us directly at info@eaganteamrealtors.com, or by calling toll free 1-888-393-9403 and enter ID# 1042 to get started asap.

  • Housing Market Analysis Sept 28th 2011 - GLAR

    Posted Under: Market Conditions in Louisville, Home Buying in Louisville, Home Selling in Louisville  |  September 28, 2011 8:40 AM  |  349 views  |  1 comment

    Housing Market Analysis
    As of September 28, 2011

    Auburndale/Fairdale/Iroquois Prk/Shively614$145,181$105,000
    Bullitt Co1003$132,052$108,500
    Carroll Co77$143,692$128,500
    Central Downtown District/Old L-Ville/Butchertown133$245,017$169,500
    Clifton/Crescent Hill/St Matthews479$307,536$219,900
    Dtown/Old Lou./Shively/West Lou/Butchertwn673$74,656$54,900
    FernCreek/Hikes Point/Jeffersontown914$210,879$149,950
    Hardin Co622$156,057$129,900
    Hart/LaRue Counties126$101,284$49,000
    Henry Co322$159,144$102,413
    Meade Co194$125,893$119,900
    Nelson Co483$127,886$97,500
    Oldham Co N-I71578$345,949$212,450
    Oldham Co S-I71597$192,299$99,900
    Other Counties671$138,129$75,000
    Other States0$0$0
    Pleasure Ridge/Valley Station/Shively490$107,072$104,975
    Shelby Co813$294,061$160,000
    Spencer Co473$130,761$43,800
    Trimble Co112$246,204$139,900
    Washington/Marion Counties29$288,272$99,999
  • Happy Mardis Gras Everyone-Home Values Edition

    Posted Under: Home Buying in Louisville, Foreclosure in Louisville, Property Q&A in Louisville  |  March 8, 2011 9:25 AM  |  342 views  |  No comments

    Today as we are working, we are also celebrating Mardis Gras - I have just learned the art of making king cake...

    I read a very interesting article this morning from a recent survey that said: homes are 15-20% undervalued relative to income, more than ever before... "...When you wrap declining home prices and historically low mortgage rates together, Capital Economics says, “The incredibly favorable affordability and valuation environment is the housing market’s one big positive.” Also "the company says the recent “de-valuing” of housing stock appears to be attracting cash buyers and investors back into the market."-DSNews/Carrie Bay

    Wow folks-got ca$h?  Now is the time to buy!


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