Selling a home for the first time may be a bit stressful, as there can be many unknowns. Many first time home sellers don’t know what to expect or don’t know all the components that go into selling their home. If you are a first time seller who feels unsure about the whole home selling
COVID-19 had a massive impact on the housing industry, including processes such as open houses and closing on a house. If you closed on a house during the pandemic, you probably saw slower mortgage approval, record low mortgage rates, and record high house prices. Luckily, with the new vaccine coming out, the country’s economy will
With the year coming to a close and COVID-19 taking a toll on the entire economy, you may be wondering how it has been affecting the housing market and what the new year has in store for the industry. Well, the housing market has remained strong, while picking up some different trends than previous years.
With the current restrictions in place due to COVID-19, many realtors and prospective homebuyers are unable to attend open houses or home tours in person. So what can realtors do to showcase the houses they have up for sale? How can buyers look at prospective homes while abiding by the national guidelines to stay home
As COVID-19 pushes all businesses to work remotely, the real estate market has rapidly adjusted and shifted to virtually connecting to clients. The standard ‘physical’ open houses and meetings are on hold until further notice, and trends in technology are making it easier for virtual meetings and home showings. As a real estate agent online, clients are