A Buyers Market

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Real Estate Agent with RE/MAX Agents Realty
A Buyers Market

Is the real estate section of your local paper filled with stories about how slow the real estate market in your area is? Is it taking months to sell the homes on the market? If this description fits your area, and you have been waiting for the perfect time to buy a house, this is the time!

This kind of market is referred to as a "buyers' market" for good reason--it is an opportunity for buyers to select from a large number of homes that could satisfy their needs. Everyone involved is ready to bend over backwards to make it possible for you to buy your dream home. Most sellers are highly motivated and so are the local Realtors, loan officers, title companies, and other professionals involved in the transaction. It is important to remember that the real estate market runs in cycles, and conditions can change without a lot of warning. This could be the perfect time to contact me to discuss your needs and to explore the possibilities available to you.

Don't forget!  The first time homebuyer tax credit expires this month.  Contact me today!

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Dallas Chambers

RE/MAX Agents Realty

Office:  770-922-7777 X316

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Web: www.dallasc.remax-georgia.com

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Rainmaker
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Kari Battaglia, PA
RE/MAX Platinum Realty - Venice, FL
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Dallas - you are correct, there has never been a better time for homebuyers than today.

Apr 20, 2010 01:08 AM #1
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Julie Chroust
Julie Chroust, Bay Equity Home Loans, LLC - Walnut Creek, CA
NMLS# 249458, Senior Loan Officer

Dallas,  Wow, it's quite the opposite in our area.  Houses don't stay on the market for more than a week, unless it's grossly over priced.  We are seeing biding wars with anywhere between 5-25 offers on each property.  I have a boat load of anxious buyers who have been making bid after bid on homes for months now... and with the Fed Tax Credit expiring soon, it's even more frantic for them to get into contract on a home.

Have a good week,

 

Julie

Apr 20, 2010 01:17 AM #2
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