It is time to sell your home if you live the Dallas Area. I’m sure
you have heard it is a sellers market and homes are selling in days,
even hours with multiple offers. Now you are thinking, “its fall I
missed the boat, I better wait till spring.” Others are holding out
thinking one more year will bring even more of an increase in property
values. I understand that line of thinking but I am not so sure it is
correct. Recently Steve Brown, a Real Estate Editor for the Dallas News
wrote a great article summarizing recent reports and market changes.
Below are a few points he made that I pulled straight from his article:
home prices were up a record 8.5 percent in July from a year earlier in
the latest Case-Shiller report. * Case-Shiller’s index tracks over time the prices of specific single-family homes in each
While not as large as in many markets, Dallas’ price increases are double historic averages.
the first eight months of 2013, pre-owned home sales are 20 percent
higher than they were in the same period last year. And the number of
houses available for purchase in August was 14 percent below where it
was a year earlier.
…doesn’t expect the rate of home price growth in North Texas to remain at current levels.
With mortgage rates moving up, most economists agree that this summer’s huge home price jumps won’t last.
does this mean for you? If you have been thinking of selling your home
now is the time. Call me and I can set up a free consultation to help
determine what your home is valued at and what we can do to get it ready
to go on the market and SOLD ASAP! Just want a quick, free estimate of
your homes value? Try this FREE Home Value Site.I
would love to help you with any and all of your Real Estate needs or
question. Give me a call or shoot me and email. Keisha York:
469-853-9784 or email Keisha.email@example.com
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