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For nearly three years, the national media has bombarded us with a never ending stream of negative news related to the falling value of the real estate market. We have all heard the stories about the record number of foreclosures, short sales, and bankruptcy because of prolonged recession. Continuous exposure to this type of negative news can dramatically impact the lives of home buyers and sellers alike, so it is very important to keep a long-term perspective is right, and reasonable expectation.
As a professional Realtor, my main job is to guide clients through a period full of turmoil by offering useful insights in the current real estate market. Hard times like this is when professional services are respected and established real estate more valuable than ever. A successful real estate agent has been able to thrive in this economic climate because we always keep the needs of our clients in focus, and we have the experience necessary to move the property in the real estate market.
Let's check out the proper way to approach a successful real estate transaction from both buyer and seller perspective.
When the seller contacts us to market their homes, they often find themselves in a difficult position in today's market. Understandably, the seller does not fully accept or understand that their property (which is often their largest single investment) currently is not worth what it was only a few years ago. As a result, the seller may expect to earn more wealth than what the current real estate market stand. If your home is too expensive, will likely not sell. The truth is that home buyers have a choice in this market, and appropriate pricing your home correctly is paramount. With a little professional help, you should be able to identify the properties of the ' sweet spot ' from the perspective of appraisal, and you will be able to offer it at a reasonable price. The right price will most likely lead to a timely sale.
When working with a buyer in this market, I often see them trying to ' hit the home run ' when making an offer on a property. Sometimes a home run is possible, but not always. The buyer must be reminded to keep a long-term view when choosing a property in this market. For example, the ' big ' on property buying depressed may be irresistible at this time, but it will rise when property values recession over? Maybe not. It may be wise to choose a property with a higher price demanded today in a better environment with greater upside potential when the recession ends. Our task is to offer the buyer the benefit of our experience to guide them to the best property that suits their needs and their budget. By doing this, we help buyers avoid costly mistake over the long term.