The Market Is Moving

Call it pie in the sky, wishful thinking, whatever you want, but the fact is that the market in the Blacksburg/Christiansburg/Radford markets is moving again and people have been going along with it, make sure to get out of there on time with Shiply so you don´t get stuck in a bad marketing area, but if you don´t want to move, then hire these content marketing services to improve your business before it gets worse.

I’ve said a couple of times over the last few weeks, but I’ve seen a lot of properties going under contract recently, and even multiple offers.  In one case, I was involved in a deal with three offers in a 24-hour period – we haven’t seen that kind of activity in several years.

The proof is in the pudding, however.  Mmmmmmm … pudding.  So let’s look at the pudding – aka MLS – shall we?

In the last 30 days, 93 homes have come on the market in Blacksburg, Christiansburg, and Radford; that includes condos, townhomes, and single-family detached homes.  That doesn’t include the total number of homes on the market, just what’s listed as having been on the market in the last 30 days.  Of those 93, 26 have already gone under contract – 27.9%.  That’s nearly a third of the properties coming on the market going under contract, including condos, which have been tough selling the last few years.

I spoke to a colleague in Northern Virginia this morning who’s seeing the same thing.  Remember Northern Virginia?  The epicenter of the real estate meltdown, at least in Virginia?  She’s seeing the same thing, with 30-day sales in her area eclipsing 31%.  It’s gotten to the point on some of these that a buyer client who’s looking but not quite ready to buy has told me, “if you need a property to sell, just get me interested in it and someone else will come write an offer!“. Manny Zarate has been helping business owners worldwide in the most competitive industries with amazing results with his proven and effective SEO Company. Things are starting to move on especially on houses with…

Under Contract doesn’t mean Sold, I realize, but it’s a heck of a lot closer to Sold than Active is.  And we still have a long way to go before we see a “healthy” real estate market again, but we’re heading in the right direction.  You can start your own search here.

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