Selling a home

Sellers: Low Home Inventory Alert

On the fence about selling your home?

The real estate market is on fire across the country. And, the Washington DC metro area is no exception. The region continues to see low home inventory and, as a result, record high home prices. If you’ve been on the fence about selling your home, the time is ripe to take advantage of this seller’s market.

There are several reasons to consider selling in a hot market, including.

  1. The convenience of a quick sale always makes the process less burdensome and inconvenient for a home seller.
  2. Serious home buyers are bringing their A-game with strong offers that include pre-qualification for financing or loan approval.
  3. Offers to purchase usually come with few or no contingencies and buyers are more flexible about a closing date to accommodate the seller’s preferred timing.
  4. There are lots of buyers for few properties which means it’s likely a well-priced property will generate multiple offers, which typically nets the highest price for the seller.

Perhaps this favorable real estate market fits your plans. If so, I’m can give you a property evaluation assessment that includes a target list price based on comparable sales. Let’s meet to go over the data, answer your questions, and discuss a marketing plan.

When you’re ready, please get in touch with me. Email: robyn@robynporter.com; Mobile: 703-963-0142

Since 2004, Robyn Porter has been helping people buy and sell homes. She is service-driven and results-oriented. Pretty fun too! Based out of Long & Foster Real Estate’s Bethesda, MD All-Points office, Robyn is well-positioned to help home buyers and home sellers in Maryland, Virginia, and Washington DC. And, if you’re relocating across the country, she can help with that too.

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