"Sally and our amazing lender Kim handled any road blocks that came up without stressing us out. We're so excited to be homeowners! Thank you Sally & Kim you are the Dream Team!"
In today’s hyper-competitive market, buyers are often willing to overlook cosmetic or minor repair needs if it means snagging a home in their price range.
The nation’s largest generation began entering the housing market last year as they reached the age to marry and have children – two key drivers of homeownership.
When I decided to sell the home, I had thought about selling it without a Realtor, to save money on commission, but luckily I contacted Sally instead. She told me that she thought I could get far more money than I planned to list it for.
Today, homeowners have several options because banks understand the three fundamental differences in today’s real estate market as compared to 2008.
Knowing there are also programs like FHA where the down payment can be as low as 3.5% of the purchase price for a first-time buyer, that up-front cost could be significantly less – as little as $10,871 for the same home noted above. There are also other programs like...
However, purchasers should realize that the price of a house is not as important as the cost. Let’s break it down.
When it comes to pricing your home, the goal is to increase visibility and drive more buyers your way. Instead of trying to win the negotiation with one buyer, you should price your house so that demand is maximized and more buyers want to take a look.
Sally was so helpful in finding our new home. She reached out to me and validated some of my concerns on the location of a home for my family. We developed an immediate rapport based on that.
It’s clear that buyers are ready, willing, and able to purchase – and they’re in the market right now. In many regions of the country, multiple buyers are entering bidding wars to compete for the home they want.