When we list a home at Nest Realty, we have a list of questions we send our client to answer about what they love about the home, and the surrounding area. We call it the Seller Scoop, and it lets prospective buyers get a feel for the home that a listing description can’t necessarily share.
“How’s the market?”
We recently closed a transaction that included the biggest mistake I’ve made since becoming an agent in 2004.
I use the word “save” loosely.
Can you get a mortgage for less than 3%? Yes – right now you can find conventional mortgages that start with a 2.
When you last bought or sold a home, did you interview your real estate agent? Should you interview your real estate agent?
I can write about all things real estate, but that doesn’t always mean it’s always relevant. So I asked on Twitter, “what’s on your mind regarding real estate?”
“How’s the New River Valley real estate market?” It’s the question everyone seems to want to know, and in particular now that we’re
weeks months into a global pandemic. Now, however, it’s asked with a grimace, as if people have expected the market to have fallen off a cliff. Truthfully? In March, when states started to shut things down and it was becoming clear that the United States had a colossal problem at its doors, I expected the same thing.
What a world we’re living in right now. No one cares about my one little voice, and certainly less so when I’m talking about current events and not real estate, but two voices speak louder. Four voices are even louder than that. And millions are deafening.