How Can Your Buyer Find Your Home And Buy It If It Isn't Listed?

Real Estate Agent with ERA Realty Center

Where did all the houses go?  Sellers thinking they can sell their home later for more money later may be surprised.  As interest rates rise, prices may just turn around and go the other way. No one knows for sure which way prices or rates will go.  I believe sellers should sell when they want to sell.  I have been a REALTOR for nearly 30 years, and now seems like a good time to sell to me while buyers want to buy!  

The inventory is indeed low for homes under $150,000 in the Cedar City, UT, area. We are seeing multiple offers and homes selling above listing price. Buyers are still finding good buys on homes.  They are still enjoying low monthly payments even though prices and interest rates have risen a bit. If prices and rates continue rising, it may be difficult for buyers to qualify. Selling a home while both prices and rates are low enough for buyers to qualify may be a smart idea. 

I honestly believe it is a good time for buyers and sellers to reach their real estate goals. Please call the Naisbitt-Bagley Team at ERA Realty Center at 435-865-1019 or email for your free consultation. You can also text 435-559-7772. 

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David Shamansky
US Mortgages - David Shamansky - Highlands Ranch, CO
Creative, Aggressive & 560 FICO - OK, Colorado Mtg

Wait are you telling me I cant buy the house not listed? Unbelievable that's the one I wanted (lol)

You are so right on with not knowing what tomorrow holds. Market could be stronger market could be silent why take chances?

Jul 16, 2013 02:05 PM #1
Michele Peterson
Sellstate Realty First - Roseville, CA
Sellstate Realty First

We are seeing situations where private showings are being held for the listing agents office and personal clients only.

As a realtor, I always question whether they have discussed this with their clients or if everyone feels they are truly getting the best price for their seller.

Limiting your pool of potential buyers and selling agents will only limit the offer price in the end.


Jul 16, 2013 03:10 PM #2
Bryan Robertson
Los Altos, CA

Anyone considering selling their home should do so now.  As you say, we don't know what will happen in the future. 

Jul 16, 2013 03:22 PM #3
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