This season, it’ll all about saving, gaining & winning. What does that mean exactly? Read on. You can thank us later…
SAVE – The continued improvement in the single-family market supports the expectation of more and stronger growth in 2015 as consumers gain confidence in their economic futures, mortgage rates remain very low by historic standards and home prices continue to be affordable to those with good credit and a solid employment history. Once again,…the new construction product is far superior than the average re-sale and with our drastic weather challenges we are experiencing will support the$AVINGS in utility costs.
The Real Estate industry feels the natural ebb and flow of sales due to the holiday seasons. Other than calendar/holiday indicators there are other factors we all experience in pricing and affordability across the nation.
Examples of seasonal effects include a July drop in automobile production as factories retool for new models and increases in heating oil production during September in anticipation of the winter heating season.
GAIN MOMENTUM-Off- season dealing: Sellers in late fall and early winter, especially between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day, are often more motivated to deal, real estate agents say. “I’ve done my best negotiating from October to December,” says Jim Crawford, a real estate agent, lecturer and Web consultant in Roswell, Ga. “Families don’t want lots of people tromping through your home around Christmas time … so you’re more apt to accept an offer and MOVE ON.”
WIN – While most are sleeping and slowing down,… you are preparing for the momentum, ramping up, outperforming the competition and winning!