Working with a Realtor that offers flexibility for showings is a key factor in selling your home. Working to accommodate your busy schedule is something that will always be taken into account.
Understanding the complexities and subtle nuances of real estate law should be left in the hands of a professional. It is a Realtor’s responsibility to make sure their client is represented using the highest ethical standards and to keep the clients financial interests first and foremost throughout the real estate transaction process.
Low interest rates on mortgages have saved home buyers thousands of dollars on their mortgage. It's amazing how quickly it adds up! Unfortunately, these low rates won't last long. As you can see from the chart below, 2013 is the first year since 2006 that mortage rates have increased, and as you may have recently heard in the news, this upswinging trend is predicted to continue. Rates are still substantially lower than ten years ago, so now is the right time to buy.
Real Estate is a great investment. Whether you are a first time home buyer or looking to purchase a new home, the equity and appreciation you generate through home ownership is a clear win over renting. The chart below outlines the potentional increase in value of your home based on a 5% appreciation rate.
Listing your home on the MLS is a service that only a Realtor can provide. Details and photos of your property will be shared with other Realtors who represent buyers. We have access to powerful marketing tools that will showcase your home on the Internet where most homebuyers begin their search for real estate.
An experienced Realtor has the knowledge and skills to appropriately assess the value of your property. Marketing your property for the correct price based on an expert analysis of the market has an enormous bearing on the success of selling your home.