With so much uncertainty about how the oil prices will affect the housing market in Houston, pricing a home has become more difficult. While a professional Realtor will want to help you maximize the sales price of your home, we also don’t want to over price your home and see it sit on the market for months. The longer the house takes to sell, the more the price tends to drop. Be realistic about your home’s value and discuss it carefully with your Realtor. If your Realtor suggests a price that seems unrealistic (but appealing), ask to see the comparisons that support this price. The best price for your home is not always the highest price. There are many reasons for choosing a Realtor and the right price is just one of them!
We are in the final month of 2020, and I have never been so happy to see a year come to an end! For the most part, 2020 was a great year for home sales, but it has been a year filled with anxiety and so many ups and downs and unknowns. Many people started […]
Temperatures are cooling in Houston, but the political environment is heating up as we prepare for the most contentious presidential election in over a century. Real estate sales typically cool during the fall by 9.8 %, according to a study by BTIG, a research and analysis company, and during an election year, sales typically decrease […]
As we head into the fall, headlines have slowed down the focus on COVID-19 and we are now focused on the upcoming Presidential election. Typically during an election year we see the housing market slow over the uncertainty of who will take office and how will it affect the economy. Buyer activity slowed the first […]