Winter Walk ought to be a house hunting event too

Industry Observer

We are way past the part of the season when we complain that the retailers are rushing us.  The complaints about Christmas promotions coming too early are mostly forgotten.  It's just about panic mode.  The good stuff is gone and the sales we were waiting for have not materialized.   A month or so ago was a great time to shop, but we waited.  Now, the most sought after gift items are hard to find and overpriced.  There is plenty of less desirable stuff, but it's no bargain either.

OK, enough about real estate.  It's not March yet, and we still have a chance to shop early.  If you want to settle for something that's not exactly what you want, or if you want to pay too much for your dream home, just wait.  Wait like you did to start your Christmas shopping.  Wait until spring, and then wait in line to submit your highest and best offer on a home that everyone is lining up to buy.

Right now, it's still possible to get a loan on a home with nothing down, but funding for this program is not unlimited.  There may be some spring home shoppers who are unable to get no money down financing.  Why wait until it's gone just so you can tiptoe through the tulips instead of sloshng through the snow to find a home?

If you actually want to find the best Northfield property at the best price, now is the time to get serious and begin house hunting.  Call me to reserve a time for a no obligation (honest) home buying orientation and strategy session.  It takes about an hour, and now is the time to take some action.   It will save you a bundle!

Posted by

 Mike Carlier  Lakeville, MN





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