There are several compelling reasons why selling your home in such an environment can be advantageous.
The need for an inspection seems to be a little fluid in the Twin Cities marketplace over the last 12-18 months.
PART THREE OF THREE – Surprisingly, they often don’t downsize but instead right-size into a layout more conducive to age in place.
PART TWO OF THREE – This group of buyers thrives on convenience and is willing to pay more to have it. If you are a seller trying to attract a move-up buyer, read on!
The first in a three-part series looking closely at what attracts and motivates today’s buyers at different stages of their lives. First up: first time home buyers.
The buzzwords of early 2022 were “multiple offers,” but once summer hit the new buzzword became “rates.” What a ride it was!
Waiting may bring you a better rate, but the real question is: will you get a better deal by waiting? Have a look at the numbers…
According to the media, in respect to housing, it may sound like the sky is falling. Really, there are more bright spots than dark.
The “three A’s” are a good starting point, but when you are ready to put your home on the market, connect with us for a market valuation.
If you read the news and look at the data, we are still experiencing a housing shortage in the Twin Cities. Here are a few insights…