Calm but Competitive
There is so much talk in the industry about the lack of inventory, but I truthfully do not see inventory changing drastically any time soon. My focus is on how to do the best work for my clients in these current conditions. Forbes has labeled this spring market, calm but competitive, an apt descriptor and one that I think captures how I do business overall.
Here are a few of the things I am focused on in this market:
THINK OF IT AS AN EXTENDED WARRANTY
My service doesn’t end the day you get your keys, or even the day after. My goal is to create clients for life, so after you move in (or out), if you need a referral for an interior designer or help with pesky automated blinds, I’m here for you.
HOW WILL IT MAKE YOU FEEL
In analyzing what motivates purchasing decisions, and what equates to prolonged satisfaction after the transaction is complete, it is less about the item itself than how it makes you feel. The same is true for a home. It’s my job to help buyers see how the lifestyle, location, and house suits their needs, beyond just falling in love with something that might be beautiful. Knowing these neighborhoods inside and out allows me see advantages, and weed out future problems, that will lead to long term happiness with your transaction.
WHAT'S MOTIVATING YOU
If you’re thinking about selling your house, there’s probably a good reason for it. New job, marriage, birth, retirement, or your current home just no longer works for you. Understanding your motivations allows me to guide you in the right steps to reach your goals.
Click on the links below for HOMEDEX market reports from 92067, 92091, 92014, 92075 - market times have grown since last year but homes priced right are still selling, calm but competitive. Call me if you want to talk specifics about your property.