Andy Dirks

Realtor

eXp Realty in Michigan

(248) 515-5975 | andy@andydirkshomes.com | 405316

About Andy Dirks

After retirement from a successful Major League Baseball career with the Detroit Tigers, Andy moved directly into full-time real estate sales with Keller Williams in Overland Park, KS. Upon moving back to Michigan in 2017 he spent 3 years with Berkshire Hathaway where he earned Oakland County rookie of the year honors and followed it up by becoming one of the top producing agents in southeast Michigan by selling over 40 homes with a total closed volume of over 11 million. Always looking to provide better service he has since moved his real estate team to exp Realty which is the fastest-growing real estate brokerage in the county.

His greatest and proudest achievement is his 7-year marriage to his amazing wife Megan, and their 4 beautiful children. God, family, and service are his priorities.

Latest Blog Posts

The shifting market will slow prices down — but won't stop them cold -BY JIM DALRYMPLE II

The market is reaching a turning point in which price reductions are more common. But that doesn't mean homes can't still appreciate in value.What’s going on with home prices right now?Though

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'Sellers are starting to freak out:' Redfin CEO sees market slowdown BY MARIAN MCPHERSON

During his latest CNBC appearance, Redfin CEO Glenn Kelman said rising mortgage rates, softening home price growth, and changing buyer attitudes are all signs of an impending shift. Redfin CEO

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This might be the most wonderful time of the year (for homesellers) -BY DANIEL HOUSTON

Sellers get the best premium on their homes when they sell in mid-to-late May. The late weeks of spring are more profitable than early ones, according to a new report from Attom Data SolutionsThe

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Purchase loan demand perks up as mortgage rates plateau -BY MATT CARTER

Uptick in loan requests is 'potentially a good sign for the spring home buying season, which has seen a slow start thus far' says MBA forecaster Joel Kan. Demand for purchase loans picked up

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