Record Number of Homes on the Market in Cache County???

Reblogger Toni Dorigatti
Real Estate Agent with Jette Youngblood Real Estate

Toni Dorigatti, REALTOR®

Cornerstone Real Estate Professionals

Cell Phone: (435) 881-3587

Original content by Alan Barker
Right now there are 775 residential Cache County Homes listed on the MLS right now. According to my records, this is nearly a record. In October at one point we had 778 residential homes for sale.

This is good news for home buyers, but not what you want to hear if you're trying to sell a home in Cache Valley.

If the number of homes on the market continues to rise, we can expect a declines in home prices for most price ranges. But if the number of homes on the market starts to decline, as summer sales go up (Traditionally May-September are the strongest home selling months of the year), we may have hit bottom.

It's a great time for first time buyers, to buy with the low interest rates and government incentives. It's also a great time for or buyers who are looking to move up. Any loss you may take on the sell of your current home can be more than made up in the deal you'll get on a bigger home. It's the higher priced homes that are really struggling to sell and slashing prices. There are a lot of sweet deals out there, especially when you consider how much your affordabilty has increased based on the ridiculously low interest rates.

It's nearly impossible to time the bottom of the market, if you're waiting for bottom, you will miss out. Start looking for homes for sale in Cache Valley before you miss out. Click a Link below to Search:
Cache Valley Homes
Logan Utah Homes
Hyrum Utah Homes
Nibley Utah Homes
Providence Utah Homes
North Logan Utah Homes
Hyde Park Utah Homes
Smithfield Utah Homes
Richmond Utah Homes


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