Home and Condo Sales Prices Continue to Reach Record Price Range in Macomb County Michigan

By: RE/MAX First Rick Giese
 
 
How Long Will This Sellers' Market Continue?
How Long Will This Sellers' Market Continue?
 
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CLINTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. - May 6, 2019 - PRLog -- This years Real Estate Market has gotten off to an incredible start as far as our real estate market is concerned.

There has been a surge of buyer demand from millennials entering our market nationwide, and former short sale sellers who now can get approved for a mortgage, this is great news for anyone thinking of selling this year.

The opportunity to earn the best possible deal for your home has not yet passed, but it will soon—possibly sooner than we think.

1. Rates are still historically low.
Because of this, buyers are eager to lock in a low rate while they still can. This gives sellers an incredible amount of leverage.

2. Supply is down. After hearing rumors of a supposed market slowdown, many would-be sellers are choosing to hold off on pursuing their real estate goals. The fewer competing sellers there are in our market, the better chance you'll have at selling quickly and for top dollar.

What does this all mean for you?

It means now is the time to act if you're thinking of selling. Delaying much longer could cost you dearly.

The good news, as I've already indicated, is that our market remains strong for now. If you get off the fence soon, you will still have the chance to sell quickly and for top dollar.

If you're thinking of selling, I encourage you to take a look at what your home is currently worth by using this free home value calculator, which takes into account recent area sales:

Enter your home address here to find out what your home is currently worth at Visit http://www.ezhomeprice.info.com (http://www.example.com/) for details.

This calculator will offer a decent estimate of your home's value, but if you're serious about maximizing your results, don't hesitate to reach out for an in-person consultation.

If you're ready to take advantage of current conditions while they last, please give me Rick Giese a call at 586-242-3100 or send me a email rick@rickgiese.com

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