The Wendy Monday


If I Sell My House, Will I Be Homeless?

You want to sell when demand is high, but inventory is low. But do you worry about being left without a new place to live?

Consider this.

In 2021, experts agree on these 3 predictions.

  • Inventory will remain low

  • Interest rates will remain low but increase gradually.

  • Average home price will rise.

That means we are in a Seller’s market. And a Seller’s market is the best time to sell your home.

But all good things come to an end, and we won’t always be in a Seller’s market. If you are ready to move, it is a great year to sell your house.

Because the market is so competitive, many buyers are offering a lease back option after closing. So you’ll have some time to buy your next home, while still staying in your current home.

If you are thinking of selling, NOW is the time to act. We’ll need to talk about what to do to get your house ready. Buyers are buying, but you won’t get top dollar unless your house is in the right condition and presented perfectly online.

Luck is where preparation meets opportunity.

Let’s get lucky with your home sale and maximize your net proceeds. Reach out to me and let’s talk about how to make your next move.

Wendy Monday, Broker

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