No showings usually means the price is too high. No offers usually means the price is too high. Be proactive especially if the market is flat or declining. Regularly reduce the price until an acceptable offer is received.
Increased Buying Power Due to recent aggressive action by the Federal Reserve, mortgage interest rates have dropped to near 40-year historic lows. Recent rate reductions could help you afford a home worth $30,000 more in today’s market, without a meaningful increase in your monthly payment.* Greater Selection With more houses on the market, the opportunity…Read More »
Despite slowdowns in some markets, housing remains a good long-term investment. Homeownership offers immediate benefits and long-term value. Homeowners accumulate wealth for the future while enjoying the benefits of a shelter that they can use, improve and sell. No two buying experiences are the same, but some people find the process of buying a home…Read More »
Eric Banks REALTOR® since 2008 When I began as a REALTOR, I felt it was important to be with a franchised company because of the name recognition and full support offered. Now that I have a few years of experience I think those things are even more important. The Century 21 brand name is POWERFUL…Read More »