On this episode of the Long Island Housing Podcast, you’ll find out how the housing market is doing and if you’ve been asking yourself when the market is going to shift, this podcast episode is going to shed some light on that!
What This Podcast Info Means To You
Now through June, there will be more homes for sale so you’ll see an increase in listings. Of course, competition on every home for sale will still be ridiculous but with the right agent, making your offer sing as loudly as possible, will be critical to a successful outcome for you.
Also, with mortgage rates continuing to rise, it’s so important to keep a close eye on your bottom line and affordability. If you’d like to search by MONTHLY PAYMENT, I’ve got just the right app for you to use.
Listen to this podcast. That’s all you have to do in order to know where you stand. The market is slowly – slowing down. If you’ve given any thought to wanting to make a move, with my 15+ years of experience, I can help you make sense of your pricing, marketing and negotiating strategies.
Make sure you are working with an expert who knows how to price the After Repair Value. If you overshoot that, you could be in for some hurtin’. You know your numbers for renovating, work with the right agent who understands resale value.
Having successfully sold well over 100 renovation projects for various investors all over Long Island, I welcome the opportunity to help you on your next deal.
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