With the coronavirus putting a pause on the economy, in my opinion the housing market was actually affected less than most people think. The interest rates plummeted in March, we saw a dip in demand in April, but there were still homes being bought & sold. Now in mid-May we are seeing a huge upswing in the number of buyers out shopping for homes! The inventory in the housing market is extremely low and has been for the last year or so, not just due to COVID-19. With that being said I believe that many people are waiting for the pandemic to pass before putting their home on the market, whether for fear of the virus or fear that it will not sell quickly due to the virus. The opposite is true! Because of the lack of inventory and now this upswing in buyer demand, the competition to buy homes is fierce (especially in the $200,000-$300,000 price range). If you're thinking about selling your home in the next few months, definitely take this time to get your house ready to sell. Here are a few tips & tricks on how to get your home sold quickly and for the highest price:
Hi neighbor, I want to make sure everyone has the schedule for local farmers markets, most opening with extra safety precautions tomorrow when the COVID-19 restrictiond are lifted slightly. Do you have a favorite? Some of these markets are offering curbside ordering & pickup. If you have any questions about the current real estate market & your community, give me a call! Stay safe & stay healthy friends!
Since the coronavirus craziness started and the stay at home order was put in place I think we have all learned a few things about working from home, being around your family & significant others 24/7, or maybe not being around family for the past 7 weeks.. We’ve deep cleaned our house half a dozen times, we’ve spent our monthly grocery budget each week at the store, learned new recipes, ordered in too much, and figured out new routines and focused on being grateful during these challenging times. Any chance we had to be outside, we have been. Whether it was walking out dog 6 times a day, grilling & bon fires with the neighbors or half-assing some yard work. After the last almost 2 months of being at home there are a few things I’ve learned about my neighborhood that I wanted to share with you. Hopefully you have been finding things to be grateful for in your home and neighborhood too.
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