Like Fonz hanging out with Richie and Potsie, Lake Keowee real estate is cruising right along. Can you believe we are already a third of the way through 2021? It’s been a blur and we expect activity to continue to ramp up at least through the middle of July. You may ask, “do you see anything slowing down the Lake Keowee real estate market?”
Yes. Is the short answer. As you can’t sell what isn’t for sale (for you folks who just said, yes you can, I agree sometimes it works out that you can but that’s no way to run a real estate market) and right now there is not enough for sale to make all of the buyers happy. We’ve been fortunate to keep up with buyers by adding new listings on a weekly basis but the “just in time” model for Lake Keowee real estate is nearly impossible to maintain for any length of time. There needs to be some listings for folks to shop through for the market to stay healthy and right now we just don’t have that.
How do we fix it you say? Well, if you own a piece of Lake Keowee real estate, let us put it on the market for you. If you know someone who own a piece of Lake Keowee real estate let them know now is a great time to consider selling. We’ll be happy to get out and about and let you owners know what a good list price would be. That may just put you in the selling mood! Won’t you help make a difference?
29 Essential Tips That Get Homes Sold Fast (And For Top Dollar)
Selling your home is one of the most important steps in your life. Here are 29 essential tips you must know…
For most people, selling their home means cashing in their biggest asset. In other words, it must be handled with great care if you hope to protect – and capitalize on – your investment.
This guide was written with on goal in mind: to give you the tools you need to maximize your profits, maintain control, and reduce the stress that comes with the home selling process.
Top #4 Go home shopping yourself.
The best way to get to know your competition, identify features that are popular and learn what turns buyers off is to check out other open houses. Plan on spending a few weekends touring other homes on the market to learn what other sellers are asking. Be sure to make note of the floor plan, condition, appearance, size of lot, location and other features.
If you visit enough homes and pay close attention to the details (and what other “buyers” are saying), you’ll develop a good understanding of how different features affect pricing. And then you can apply what you’ve learned to the task of setting your price. But don’t forget to include in the equation what homes are actually selling for, not just simply what people are asking. And remember, if you’re serious about getting your home sold quickly, don’t be more expensive than your neighbor.
More next week….
Check out the Lake Keowee Real Estate numbers for the year