Million Dollar Year Day 6 Just like high school, you can work with an A student, or you can work with a C students, those are your options. The public believes it is easy to buy or sell a house without engaging a professional. This very important transaction in a life, quite often the largest transaction in your life, these people go it alone. There are people who thinks this is no biggie. And maybe it isn't, you might not know right away. There may never be anything wrong with the deed, or survey, or permits for repairs, a cloud on the title, you get the idea. And then, there might be something wrong that you didn't think of because you don't do this ever day as a professional.
It was the first day of Spring this week and the weather has been inspired by the calendar. the market is looking a touch on the Buyer's side right now. The Fed this week projected no rate hikes through the remainder of this year. Inventory is low and the stall is in finding replacement homes for the boomers. This market is still evolving and not all towns are showing insight into this change with zoning variances. Most towns take years realizing that their population is always evolving and therefore the zoning should. More on this when we talk about these new concepts for an aging community.
The process for buying or selling a home is simple and it is complex. Understanding zoning, legal, plumbing, electrical, building, materials, surveys is an expected base of understanding. As a professional you don't need to know all of this but you most certainly need to know the person who knows all of that area. An agent is a general contractor for the process of buying and selling property. Their skills and techniques are honed daily, it is evident when you speak to the A type student. Work with people who you like and trust. Million Dollar Year Day 6 Just like high school