In quite a few areas of the Triangle, houses are going under contract within 1-2 days of hitting the market and most of them have multiple offers on them. The inventory crunch is shaping up to be the same or worse than last year because rates seem to be rising and homeowners are still hesitant to put their homes on the market. As a result, the builders are having a field day. They can’t build them fast enough! – Justin Burleson – Raleigh-Cary Area Real Estate Broker
The bad News; If you have to sell your home in Wake County North Carolina where 100% of Raleigh is located, the value of your home is falling faster than our presidents job approval ratings!
After the time and money spent adorning the home, there is still the very real possibility of a cancelled sales contract because of a deficiency listed in the buyer’s home inspection. In fact, now more than ever potential home buyers are willing to walk away from a contract that isn’t “just right”.
When potential home buyers walk into your home and sees clutter, it gives the impression your home is dirty and not well-maintained and this is NOT the impression you want them to have!
Are you looking to sell your home now or in the future? Most people ask me where to start or should I sell? Those are very good and important questions if you’re thinking of putting your home on the market. Well, whether to sell or not depends on different factors: your needs and…
Buyers’ first impressions are set as they approach the house. Therefore, making your home more attractive and purchase-worthy starts in the front yard.