Homes for Sale Indianapolis: Selling your home in 2014

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Homes for sale Indianapolis – Selling your home

 

 2013 was a transitional year for our Indianapolis real estate market.  After six years of challenging real estate markets both nationwide and locally, we began to see the market really recover.   Just like back in 2007, when a market shifts it takes a little while for consumers to make the mental shift with it.  Buyer’s have been very used to a Buyer’s Market.  Everything in the media, on all the real estate tv shows, articles online, have been geared toward “teaching” buyers how to make the most of the challenges facing sellers.  How to “get a deal”.  How to “flip” a house.  It is important for sellers to understand that Buyers today are still making that mental shift as we move into a neutral marketplace. 

Market Stats for Greater Indianapolis 1/1/2013 - 10/31/2013

 

At the beginning of 2013, we experienced a quick and abrupt change here locally as inventory was incredibly low and buyers suddenly were jumping off the virtual fence.  Multiple offers, offers over asking price and almost no time on market caught most sellers (and their agents) by surprise as the calendar page turned from 2012 to 2013!  Things have now leveled out again as we near the end of 2013.  Supply has caught up with the demand for the moment.   So here is what you need to know today as you make plans for selling your home in 2014, check out the following blog entries:

Marketing Your Home:  Online Marketing & Virtual Showings

 

 

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