The real estate market is red-hot, prices are higher than ever and buyers are begging for inventory!
Many homeowners want to take advantage of this opportunity but are worried where they’ll go next. It’s a tough market to be a buyer, but this shouldn’t discourage you from selling your home for the highest price ever – AND we can help! Here are a few solutions:
1. Longer escrow. Gives you time to secure your next home.
2. Rent back. In the past six months, we have arranged rentbacks of 3-6 months for our sellers!
3. Sell your home contingent upon buying. We can lock your home’s buyer and price, and then go shopping!
4. Move in with relatives for a bit. Nothing like some quality family time!
5. Buy your next home first – using a Compass bridge loan. Go for maximum convenience!
6. Find a short term rental in the area. Spending the summer in a beach house doesn’t sound that bad.
Don’t miss out on the GREATEST REAL ESTATE FRENZY OF ALL TIME!
Call or text Jim at 858-997-3801.
Why isn’t vacant land selling with the same frenzy? Seems like prices haven’t increased along with the built homes.
AND WHY ARENT RENTS SKYROCKETING TOO?
Why isn’t vacant land selling with the same frenzy? AND WHY ARENT RENTS SKYROCKETING TOO?
I think the frenzy is limited to an affluent segment of society that is trying to lock down their future housing needs today by paying tomorrow’s prices for suitable family homes. The rest aren’t as frenzied.
The people with the money, time, patience to build to suit and also experienced enough to be wary of the bureaucracy that comes with obstructive and greedy municipalities. It’s amazing anything gets built in the regulatory forest these days.
It’s amazing anything gets built in the regulatory forest these days.
I have a client who is looking at buying a lot and building a home. His builder told him that it will take longer to get the permits than it will to build the house.
“Specialty” rents are skyrocketing. Generic subsistence housing not so much. I have a mountain community cabin back on the rental market after only 15 months occupied by the current tenant. Asking rent is now 40% higher than current rent. This is a small desirable community with usually low supply and currently extremely low supply.
So, rents are rising in the same places prices are rising.