Two Questions Every Homebuyer Should Ask Themselves Right Now

Rising interest rates have begun to slow an overheated housing market as monthly mortgage payments have risen dramatically since the beginning of the year. This is leaving some people who want to purchase a home priced out of the market and others wondering if now is the time to buy one. But this rise in borrowing cost shows noContinue reading “Two Questions Every Homebuyer Should Ask Themselves Right Now”

Upsizing Your Home: Read this first

Know your why, the motivation for a bigger home. Is it necessary to move to fulfill your desire? Know what lifestyle you want to live, can you afford (preapproved from your lender) the upsize and maintain this lifestyle? Envision yourself in this bigger home, do you have a vision for the extra space? Or do you simply just “feel” like more space would be better? Knowing your why, will help you envision how you want your home to be. If you’ve decided that it’s time to upsize, make a game plan. Are you going to sell first, or buy first? Reach out to me to discus

HOW AN AGENT CAN HELP ALLEVIATE STRESS

Purchasing a home can be a stressful experience, whether you’re a first-time buyer or you’ve been through the process before. But that’s one of the reasons that working with a real estate professional is so worthwhile. With your agent’s guidance, buying a home should be enjoyable, rather than stressful. Here are some of the moreContinue reading “HOW AN AGENT CAN HELP ALLEVIATE STRESS”

If There Was Ever a Time to Sell Your Home Quickly and For Top Dollar, It’s Now

Despite the pandemic, homes are selling at fast pace with a plethora of buyers and little homes to choose from. If there was ever a time to sell your home quickly and for top dollar, it’s now. Let’s discuss more about how to prepare to list and market your home to maximize marketability and get top dollar.

Why Pricing Your House Right Is Essential

I’ve mentioned this before, you most definitely want the most money for your home. But keep in mind the current market and what buyers are willing to pay for a similar home to yours right now. I might want my home to sell for $500,000. But current market conditions tell me otherwise. Homes near me that are most like my home are selling between $320,000 to $360,000. If I still choose to list my home at $500,000, buyers will overlook my home, leaving it on the market longer. This often creates a stigma about my listing, making buyers think something is wrong with the home.

If you’re thinking about listing your house this fall, let’s discuss how to price it right so you can maximize your exposure and your return.