Real Estate Buzz
If you’ve kept up with any real estate news, you’ll know there’s some serious buying and selling happening right now.
There are tons of buyers out looking for homes. Heck, I don’t blame them!
Interest rates are historically low which means more affordability. There’s also a whole next generation of first-time home buyers, ready to set down some roots.
On the flip side, we’re in a seller’s market. Right now, homes are selling faster and for more money, which gives said sellers a sweet advantage to increasing their bottom line and calling the shots on the deals.
There are not enough homes for sale to keep up with all these buyers!
If you’re a homeowner, you may be thinking, am I missing out (FOMO!) Should I try to capitalize on this momentum and sell now?
Before you rush out and put a for-sale sign in the yard, let’s break down that decision and make sure it’s the right one for you.
Even in a seller’s market, you only get one chance to make a great first impression on Mr. or Ms. Buyer.
There will be calls, emails, showings and if you can’t be there to answer them, Mr or Ms. Buyer will move on.
There’s the listing itself, all the marketing, documents, and legal issues to consider too.
It can be a daunting and draining process if this isn’t your daily professional area of expertise.
Don’t let FOMO rule your decision. But if you ARE ready to move forward, let’s get started!
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