As we head into Spring, home sales will be on the rise. It is already an incredibly competitive market. As a buyer, you need to learn how to put your best foot forward as you go through the buying process. This article from HomeKeepr offers some great suggestions that you can do to be prepared to enter the competitive homebuying market. Enjoy the article and give me a call with any questions you may have or if you need help with any of your real estate needs. Tim Houterloot - Broker/Realtor 317-997-0165 - Cell firstname.lastname@example.org Source: HomeKeepr | Repost Houterloot 3/4/2022 - Housing prices continue to climb, inventories continue to remain low, demand for housing is intense, and there’s absolutely no relief in sight. It’s a hard time to be a homebuyer right now! Despite that, you can still find a house that you’ll love; it may just take a little extra polish and shine as you head into your home buying adventure. Cash is still king, but you can be more competitive by putting your best foot forward with your offers. Here are our best tips for buyers trying to secure a home in this busy and tight market. Bring a Pre-Approval Letter From Your Lender It’s one thing to think you’ll be approved for a loan, and yet another to know it. In today’s competitive market, your seller doesn’t want to wonder; they want to be certain that the contract they sign is one that will be able to close. This is doubly a concern for sellers who are faced with multiple offers in a short period, since sometimes they all look pretty good on the surface. Read the full article...
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