Has real estate recovered? The truth may lie in the eye of the beholder. The realities of real estate as a livelihood often differ from the day to day headlines our potential clients read and hear in the media. Hype and spin are often joined at the hip in our business, but that does still not confer the title that headlines are gospel. Real estate organizations, the government, brokerages, mortgage brokers, and banks all try to keep a positive spin on things even in the worst of times.
Selling homes quicker and for more money, what a great time to sell a home in North Idaho! Across the nation real estate home sale are on the rise once again. The inventory of homes for sale has been than it has been in years and has produced a strong sellers' market. Shorter inventory and a strong buyer demand will make Spring a very hot market season. So what does this mean in layman's terms.
Everyone knows, where there is a challenging Winter, there is pent-up Home Buyer & House Seller demand each Spring. Pundits write about it, comedians may joke about it yet statistics will generally prove it each year. Most importantly, Buyers & Sellers certainly look forward to it! However, did you know that in central Bucks County, PA there is a way to practically predict when this pent-up demand will spring to life?
If you believe that the future of our country is strong and good jobs will be available for many more folks; if you believe that our economy is improving, then by all means go out and purchase that new home while interest rates are low and there many homes on the market, both re-sales and new homes.
When you start considering selling your home, you often begin to look at it differently than you did before. What once seemed acceptable no longer does – especially when it comes to the look of your home. This is especially true when you are talking about your curb appeal. Wilted plants and bare patches of dirt become hard to ignore when you start thinking about asking for money for the house.