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In a competitive market like ours, finding the right home to buy can be tricky. That’s why today I want to share three tips that will help you get the home that you want. The first tip is to be informed and know the marketplace. This means spending some time in the neighborhood your home is located in so that you familiarize yourself with that area. To learn more tips that will help get you the home you want in a competitive market, watch my latest video.
Contingencies are pretty common in the real estate world. Sometimes buyers need to sell their homes before they have the finances to purchase a new one. As a seller, a contingency offer can benefit you, especially if your home has been on the market for awhile. They key is knowing how to approach and handle an offer with a contingency. To see how you can make a contingent offer work for you, watch this short video.
How is the Savannah real estate market doing? So far, 2017 is off to a great start. Interest rates were fluctuating for a while and have now settled around 4%. Meanwhile, inventory is low and demand is high. To learn more about our current market, watch this short video.
Hey there, I just wanted to take a second and say thanks for joining us on our blog. I wanted to talk for a few minutes today about new construction here in Savannah. Now that the real estate market is booming once again, we are seeing more and more new construction out there, pretty much anywhere you can think of in the area.
Last time, I touched briefly on the great market conditions we’ve had here in Savannah. Today, I want to follow up with some tips about this exciting spring season! If you’re considering selling, there are some things you can do to increase your chances of a successful home sale.