Last year was a wild year for the housing market. Home prices soared, interest rates dropped, and inventory dwindled—hello seller’s market! It was one of the most active real estate markets in a decade. After all of that, what can buyers, sellers, and agents expect from the market as we go through 2021?
Eric Hill’s first introduction to the real estate business began at the age of 18 when he bought his first home in Atlanta. After getting his real estate license in Georgia in 2005, Eric continued to work his day job as a middle and high school teacher while working as a realtor on the side. This is when his love for real estate began to blossom.
Charlotte is one of the fastest growing metro areas in the country. The Queen City, named after the wife of England’s King George III, is beloved by its 2.5 million residents for its outdoor activities, live music, and many different places to live. On average, 91 people move to one of Charlotte’s 11 counties each day. It’s an exciting time to be joining the city—business is booming! Wondering if Charlotte is right next step for you? You’re in the right place. Let’s dive in.
An Atlanta native, Beth Blevins has called the Charlotte area her home for the past 28 years. It’s where she raised her family and where she previously worked as a bank manager and stockbroker. It’s also where she used her background in finance and investments to help her break into the real estate business 17 years ago.
Each step of the home buying and selling process is fragile. It’s not over, until keys are in hand! And while each house journey is unique, many of the underlying reasons that home sales fall through are similar. Here are a few reasons why this frustrating situation is so common and what you can do about it.
Selling your home can be stressful and surprisingly expensive. Unfortunately home sales fall through for lots of different reasons and can happen at any stage in the process—nothing is final until it’s final! The easiest way to ensure a seamless home selling journey is to go with a buyer who offers all cash. This offer can eliminate many of the main issues, including appraisal and inspection contingencies, negotiation failures, and issues with lenders.
This year has been quite the rollercoaster for the real estate market. However, with a record setting year coming to a close, it’s clear that the market was able to adapt and even thrive during these uncertain times. Will that be the case in 2021? Are these changes here to stay? How can you prepare? All good questions! Let’s dive in.
Finding the right real estate agent when buying or selling a home is crucial. This partnership can result in thousands saved for buyers and thousands made for buyers. With so many agents in the market, it’s important to know ways to ensure you stand out and gain the trust of your clients so that you can have a successful partnership. Here’s a bit about what buyers and sellers are looking for.