My Buyers knew from the listing photos this #Fishers home was the home for them – and they weren’t even planning on moving! This market moves fast and when you know, you KNOW. They came in aggressive in a multiple offer situation and the home is now theirs to grow into with their two young kids.
Walking the home with them and hearing them plan out where their furniture would go, which child would sleep in each bedroom, and how they plan to entertain in the home is the most amazing experience to be a part of.
Thank you to my dear friends for their trust and faith in me to assist them! ❤
After 16 years in their “first home”, my Sellers pass this completely updated one level home on to another young, newly engaged couple to enjoy and make memories. So many stories were shared around the closing table and the Sellers have closure that another family will love the home as much as they have.
What a lovely transaction from beginning to end and Sellers and Buyers are now Facebook Friends!
Even if you’re not thinking about selling your home, you might be wondering how much of a new home you could afford. You might see a house for sale in a nice area, and think, “Could I get into a house like that?”
Why not find out?
It only takes a few calculations to determine how much of a new home you qualify to buy. The calculation involves estimating how much you can get for your house on today’s market; determining what type of home you want and establishing what a house like that would currently sell for; and then taking into consideration your income, savings and other financial resources.
Once you put it all together, you’ll have a price range within which you can confidently shop for a new home.
This exercise might surprise you. You might find out you can afford to get into a home and neighborhood you’ve always dreamed about. It’s worth finding out and I can help you!
Unless it’s a requirement, such as a job relocation, the research tells us that you, like many homeowners, may decide to sell at some point for one or more of the following reasons:
Your home is no longer a good fit. You may have outgrown your current home and need something bigger, maybe with an additional bedroom. Or, the opposite may be true. You may want to downsize into something smaller – and cash in some of the home equity you’ve built up.
You’ve got your eye on a different neighborhood. Have you ever driven through an area and thought, “I’d love to live here”? You may think that it’s out-of-reach for you at this time. Is it? You never know until you work the numbers. You might, in fact, qualify for a home in that neighborhood today!
You want to be closer to something. Many homeowners would love to live closer to work, family, favorite hobbies, the country, etc. Moving to a home that’s near to one of those “somethings” can have a positive impact on your lifestyle.
It’s time for a change. Sometimes a homeowner just wants a change: new surroundings, a fresh start. Who says you need a “practical” reason to sell? If you’re looking to get into a new home just because you feel like it, that’s your choice. In fact, that may be the best reason of all to sell. You may simply want to move.
Do any of these reasons resonate for you? If so, now is the time to start preparing. Even if you don’t anticipate moving for several months, this is the best time to get the process started.
Central Indiana residential real estate continued to experience an unprecedented seller’s market as the year 2020 came to a close. Monthly real estate stats from F.C. Tucker Company revealed a 49.8 percent decrease in central Indiana’s housing inventory compared to December 2019.
The average December home sale price for the 16-county central Indiana region was $254,522, an increase of 17.1 percent. The year-to-date average home sale price increased by 11.4 percent, to $251,265. Pended home sales increased 20.6 percent compared to this time last year.
How has your 2021 been so far? 🙂 Are you making any resolutions? My resolution is to be in the moment as much as possible because although 2020 had it’s challenges, I feel it went by super fast, especially during the last two weeks of Christmas and New Year.
I’m excited for 2021. I know the real estate market is going to be booming and fun and I look forward to helping more individuals and families this year. I’m also looking forward to connecting IN PERSON with family, friends, neighbors, clients, referrals, and new connections.
So, if I can buy you a coffee and “catch up”, let me know a good time for you! My calendar is waiting to be filled.
I wish you a “Happy New Year”, Peace, Joy, Love & Success!