Insider Intel | The Golden Opportunity

Buyers:
Homes listed during the holidays mean a motivated seller. With the continued lack of inventory, and the normal decrease during the holidays, activity on properties will be even faster. Now is the time. You have the biggest advantage right now. It took a methodical pace to move interest rates at a jump not seen in 52 years and it will take a methodical pace to move them back down but it will happen and when it does, side-lined buyers will jump back in the market competing with other buyers to win the listing. Stand out now.

Sellers:
Price your home right the first time. It is better to spend more time coming up with an accurate price, than to waste weeks or months of precious market time.

One of the most important steps in order to sell your home fast, get into escrow, and receive the highest net profit from the sale of your home is to price it at its Fair Market Value. In every price range, homes sit longer than expected, leaving sellers wondering what they are doing wrong.

37% of all homes in Orange County and 33% of all homes in San Diego County have been on the market for over two months, and 44% in Orange County and 42% in San Diego County have reduced their asking price at least once. Coming up with a random price to test the market is not a wise strategy. Instead,
price your home right the first time. It is better to spend more time coming up with an accurate price, than to waste weeks or months of precious market time.

Capitalize on the Golden Opportunity to get the equity you deserve in the first few weeks of your home coming on the market.

 

 

 

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