We Are in a Quickly Changing Market
Other parts of the country have been in multiple offer situations for months. We in Clarksville, TN are experiencing inventory shortages and escalating prices.
We all know that supply and demand is the economic principle that fuels the real estate market. Too little supply will push prices upwards. This in turn puts a strain on the home buyer's buying power.
How does a seller know when it is time to sell? When the need to sell presents itself, it is time to talk with an agent. Even if the idea is in the back of your mind, it may be to your benefit to check into the possibilities of selling now. There is a great need for listings in Clarksville TN and other markets, too.
How does a buyer know it is a good time to buy? Though inventory is not nearly as plentiful as last year, interest rates are low and this increases your buying potential. Prices will likely continue to rise so now is the time to find a home. There are fewer buyers in the market this time of year.
How does a seller or buyer keep an eye on the market? Partner with an agent that has a listing alert program so you can see what is happening with the market. Ask to receive the new listings and changing listing alerts. Talk with your agent about the value of the homes and neighborhood trends. Then seriously put together a plan to get on the road to selling or buying a new home. If you are in Clarksville TN, click here and get started with watching the market.
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This photo was taken at an aviary in Ketchekan, AL. I was impressed with the eagle's his yellow beak, the yellow markings around his eyes and he even had yellow feet. I nicknamed him Yellow Beak. As I was taking Yellow Beak's photo, he turned his head and looked right at me. This is an entry in Real Life- Animals Photography Contest.
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