175 Highland Ave Arlington

Market Analysis for:

Sydney Rush & Matt Trail-Smith

Date prepared: 3/28/18

I've done a market analysis on your home at 175 Highland Ave in Arlington and have prepared this document to help explain how I've arrived at a price for your home. I perform a market analysis and calculate a price taking into consideration a home’s location, size, configuration, number of bedrooms and baths, lot size and general condition. I also take into account your reported condition and how, in my experience, that will impact the price of a home making it more or less valuable.  

Contents

  1. Description of Home
  2. Market Dynamics
  3. Analysis of Relevant Properties
  4. Pricing Recommendation
  5. Marketing

Description of home

Please note that these comments do not relate to marketing, but are included purely to ensure that we have captured the information and reflect the major components of your home.

Your Colonial style home was built in 1924 that has had many beautiful renovations over the past couple of years. The home has great curb appeal and is in a lovely neighborhood with tree-lined streets that is close to parks, schools and convenient to route 2. The home has 3 bedrooms, 1 full and 1 half bathrooms, brand new kitchen, and a 1-car garage. There is a total of 1436 square feet of above ground living area and lot size is 0.11 acres.

From the front farmer’s porch of the home, you enter the living room which has a cased opening to the dining room, a center fireplace with brick surround and cast-iron fireplace, doorway to the kitchen and the staircase to the 2nd floor and a closet to the left. The hardwood floors on the main level have a stunning dark wood stain. The kitchen is brand new with white cabinetry and off-white granite countertops, farmers sink, center breakfast bar island, and gas cooking with all stainless-steel appliances. There is a mud-room/hallway with nice ceramic floor tiles, French door to the back deck and cubbies for storage. At the end is a brand-new half bath with white bead-board wainscoting, a window and the washer and dryer. The kitchen is open to the dining room which has 2 built-in China cabinets and a triple bank of windows.

Upstairs there are 3 bedrooms and the full bathroom. The bathroom is large and this market analysis will assume freshly painted cabinetry, countertop and wall tiles. The 2 smaller bedrooms are nicely sized and the larger one has double closets.

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Market Dynamics

We have been experiencing shortages of housing inventory in Arlington over the last 5 years or so. There are always a number of buyers looking to buy in Arlington because of the strong school system, the community dynamics and vibrant downtown. People like the feeling of the downtown area, and want to stop and have a coffee, or have dinner at the many restaurants, or just watch the world go by, chatting with folks who are out and about. The Minuteman bike path and conservation areas close by pull those who desire an outdoor lifestyle while still remaining within commuting distance to Boston.

The Arlington market has seen increasing prices over the last few years given the limited inventory. The demand for homes in Arlington far outweighs the supply and each month a snapshot of available homes for sale shows the declining inventory levels.

Average prices in Arlington are well above average prices obtained in the peak of the market in 2010. Average home prices have been increasing steadily since 2011. The real estate market downturn that existed for the last few years is well and truly over and prices are continuing to increase each year.

Sales distribution statistics for homes show that the $600K price-range is the most active in Arlington. The next busiest price range in Arlington is the $700K price range. 

Before reviewing the price per sq foot charts it is important to throw in a caveat of using the average as the definitive guide. There is wide variability among agents as to what is included in the living area reported in MLS. In some instances, agents will include a finished component of the basement in the living area and this is acceptable so long as how the living area is calculated is disclosed. Others report the living area reported in public record, which never includes finished areas in the basement, but note in MLS that there is a finished basement. To this end, it is important to review each individual listing to determine the ‘true’ price per sq. ft. of above ground living area, but we also need to factor into this when a home has a finished basement.

Reviewing the price per sq. foot charts for single family homes shows us that the average price per sq. ft. in Arlington around the $700K price range is around $437 per sq. ft. It’s important to note that the maximum price per sq. ft. achieved varies across most price ranges, along with the minimum obtained for each price range.

When the year built in the 1920’s the average price per sq. ft. is $447. 

The chart below shows that single family homes in Arlington of similar size to your home in the 1,000 square foot range, have an average price per square foot of $433 but it increases to $593 per sq. ft. when you decrease to the under 1,000 square foot range. It is common across municipalities to see an increase in the price per square foot for smaller sized homes, as it reflects the minimum cost of a home in a town irrespective of the property size.

The chart below shows how many months’ supply of inventory there is in a given price range. It uses the assumption that given the same rate of sales over the prior 12 months, and considering current inventory available for sale, how many months it should take to sell the available inventory. This is referred to “Absorption” in the real estate world. 

Any price range where there is more than 7 months’ supply, we consider there to be an oversupply of inventory, also known as a ‘buyer’s market’. Anything between 4 – 6 months is considered a balanced market. Anything less than 3 months’ supply is considered a shortage of inventory on the market at this price range, also known as a ‘sellers’ market’. As can be seen, currently, absorption rates for all price ranges is almost nothing indicating a severe shortage in every price range.

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Analysis of Relevant Properties

The following map shows the  homes that we believe to be of value in determining the price of your  home. Below the map you will find basic information  provided for each home including the price the home was  listed at, and the price the home sold at (if sold), the listing date, Days on market, Bedrooms, Bathrooms, living area size and lot size.  Noted for each home is a classification of Relevance which outlines whether we think the  property is valued Less (L), Relevant/Comparable (R) or Higher (H) than  your home. The notes for each home outlines the similarities and differences between  your home and the one being analyzed.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This colonial style home was built in 1931. It is of similar size as your home with 1,400 sq ft of approx living area. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has the same number of bathrooms as your home, having 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a smaller size 0.08 acre lot whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot.
The home doesn't have the same curb appeal as your home. The front door and entry have been built into an area that was built into the original front porch and as you enter the home there is an open floor plan. The living room, dining room and kitchen are open. The living room has crown molding, and hardwood floors. The dining room area has hardwood floors and is entered almost as you enter the home. The kitchen is new and has a breakfast bar peninsula, granite countertops, ceramic tile backsplash, white shaker style cabinets, stainless steel appliances, picture window, crown molding, and hardwood floors. The master bedroom and 2 more family bedrooms are on the 2nd level and all have hardwood floors, and share a family bathroom. The family bathroom has been completely renovated.
This home has an attached single car garage and paved 3 car off street parking, and has forced air and central heating and central air cooling. It was listed for $719,900 and was sold for $720,000. I'm not as fond of the area that this home is located in, and the layout is a little 'different'. It sold for $514 per sq ft.

Relevance: Relevant, but less. Even though everything about this home has been renovated, it doesn't 'feel' right and I believe that is to do with the floorplan downstairs. It is not a traditional layout and I believe the buyers would have resisted that. Given that its the same size, similar finishes (even though the full bathroom has been renovated) I believe that once all factors are considered this home is relevant to yours but yours should sell for more.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This colonial style home was built in 1928 and has lovely curb appeal. It is smaller than your home with 1,308 sq ft of approx living area. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has more bathrooms than your home, having 2 full bathrooms while your home has 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a larger size 0.16 acre lot in a very popular location, whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot also in a popular location.
From the foyer, the living room is on the left through french doors and it has a fireplace, bay windows, and hardwood floors. It has access to the home office.which has triple windows and hardwood floors. The family room has an open floor plan with the dining area and the kitchen. It has beamed ceiling, hardwood floors, and exterior access to the deck through 2 sliding glass doors. The kitchen is quite dated and has a 2-tier breakfast bar peninsula, white cabinets, pantry, bay windows, hardwood floors, access to the basement and adjacent to the main level half bathroom. The 2nd level includes the master bedroom and 2 family bedrooms with hardwood floors, and the family bathroom. The home felt 'tired' throughout and needed work.
It has an attached single car garage and paved 1 car off street parking, and has steam heating. It was listed for $659,000 and was sold for $726,000 after competition. It sold for $555 per sq ft.

Relevance: Less. Given your larger size, superior condition I believe your home will sell for more than this home.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This cape style home was built in 1958. It is larger than your home with 1,620 sq ft of approx living area but this doesnt include approx 505 sq ft in two finished rooms in the basement. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has more bathrooms than your home, having 2 full bathrooms while your home has 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a larger size 0.16 acre lot whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot.
The living room has a fireplace, crown molding, picture windows, and hardwood floors. The formal dining room has china cabinets, crown molding, picture windows, and hardwood floors. The kitchen was recently renovated and has quartz counters, ceramic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, shaker style white cabinetry, and ceramic tile floors. This level also has a bedroom/bonus room with hardwood floors. There is a dated full bathroom on this level.  Upstairs, the master bedroom has sloped ceilings, custom builtins, and hardwood floors. This level also has another bedroom with hardwood floors, and a renovated family bathroom which has a shower stall. The family room is on the finished lower level and has laminate floors, and a bonus room. Typically most buyers would prefer a colonial if they can buy one as a colonial has all bedrooms on the same level. Capes also have a problem with height in the second floor. They poorly marketed the home as well.
This home has an attached single car garage and paved 5 car off street parking, and has water baseboard heating. It was listed for $699,900 and was sold for $735,000. It sold for $454 per sq ft.

Relevance: Relevant, but less. Given the style of the home versus your style, even though the home is larger than your home, and it is on a larger lot I believe that it is relevant to your home but yours should sell for more.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This bungalow style home was built in 1917 and has lots of curb appeal as does yours. It is a little smaller than your home with 1,358 sq ft of approx living area. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has the same number of bathrooms as your home, having 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a similar size 0.12 acre lot whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot.
Upon entry to the foyer from the covered porch, the living room is on the right and it has a fireplace, double windows, and hardwood floors. It is partially open to the dining room through a cased opening. The dining room has chair rails, crown molding, bay windows, a china cabinet, and hardwood floors. The kitchen is also partially open through a cased opening and has a breakfast bar peninsula, white painted oak cabinets and custom built ins, white appliances, pantry, picture window, hardwood floors, is adjacent to the main level half bathroom, and has exterior access to the deck. There are 3 bedroom on the 2nd level with hardwood floors including the master bedroom and they share a family bathroom which is a little more updated than yours.
This home has a detached single car garage and paved 4 car off street parking, and has steam heating. It was listed for $659,000 and was sold for $742,000 with competition. It sold for $546 per sq ft.

Relevance: Relevant but less. Given that your kitchen is far superior, and the bathroom in this home is not a huge difference to yours, this home is a little smaller, I believe once all factors are considered this home is relevant to your home but yours should sell for more.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This colonial style home was built in 1927 so it is a similar vintage to yours. It is of similar size as your home with 1,400 sq ft of approx living area. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has the same number of bathrooms as your home, having 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a smaller size 0.07 acre lot in the same area as yours whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot.
Upon entry to the foyer, the living room is on the left and it has lots of windows, crown molding, and hardwood floors. The formal dining room has chair rails, crown molding, double windows, hardwood floors, and access to the sunroom. This sunroom has a cathedral ceiling, walls of windows, and hardwood floors. The kitchen has a breakfast bar peninsula, granite countertops, white shaker style cabinets, stainless steel appliances, a pantry, exterior access, and is adjacent to the main level half bath. The 2nd level has 3 bedrooms with sloped ceilings and hardwood floors. This level also has the family bathroom. Both bathrooms have been renovated and look appealing. The family room is on the finished lower level and it has laminate floors.
This home has a detached single car garage and paved 2 car off street parking, and has forced air heating and central air cooling. It was listed for$719,000 and was sold for $750,000 with competition. It sold for $536 per sq ft.

Relevance: Relevant.  Given the similar size, smaller lot vs the renovated full bathroom, I believe this home is relevant to your home.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This colonial style home was built in 1926 and is a similar vintage to your home. It is larger than your home with 1,625 sq ft of approx living area including a partially finished lower level. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has the same number of bathrooms as your home, having 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a similar size 0.09 acre lot whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot.
The main level has a partially open floor plan defined by cased openings. The living room has triple windows, crown molding, hardwood floors, and has access to the sunroom through double french doors. The sunroom with walls of windows, crown molding, and hardwood floors. The formal dining room has chair rails, china cabinet, double windows, and hardwood floors. The kitchen is newly renovated and has quartz countertops, ceramic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, white cabinetry, a pantry, and hardwood floors. The 2nd level has 3 bedrooms with sloped ceilings and hardwood floors. This level also has the renovated family bathroom. The family room is on the finished lower level and it has laminate floors, a half bathroom, hooks and cubbies, custom built ins, laundry, a workshop, and has exterior access.
This home has an attached single car garage and paved 2 car off street parking, and has hot water radiators. It was listed for $695,000 and was sold for $755,000 with competition. It sold for $465 per sq ft.

Relevance: Relevant, but higher. Given the larger size of the home, superior condition of the full bathroom, similar condition elsewhere I believe this home is relevant to your home but it should sell for a little more than yours.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This colonial style home was built in 1931. It is larger than your home with 1,621 sq ft of approx living area. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has the same number of bathrooms as your home, having 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a larger size 0.15 acre lot whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot.
The living room has a fireplace with white mantel, crown molding, and hardwood floors. The dining room is partially open through a cased opening, and it has wainscoting, a china cabinet, picture windows, crown molding, and hardwood floors. The kitchen is newly renovated and has granite countertops, ceramic tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, white cabinets to the ceiling, and hardwood floors. It has access to the main level half bathroom, and has exterior access leading to the patio. This level also has a sunroom with its walls of windows, and hardwood floors. The 2nd level has 3 bedrooms with hardwood floors. One of the family bedrooms has an adjacent sitting room which is almost identical to the sunroom in the main level. This level also has the family bathroom. The bathroom is fresh, with new fixtures but the older tiles although these are white with black trim so not as obviously dated. The whole home had been freshly painted and renovated, apart from the full bathroom.
This home has an attached single car garage and paved single car off street parking, and has steam heating. It was initially listed for $789,000 but was dropped to $769,000 before it went under agreement and was sold for $758,000. It sold for $467 per sq ft.

Relevance: Relevant, but higher. Given the similar condition, slightly larger lot, larger living area I believe this home is relevant to your home but it should sell for more.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This garrison style home was built in 1957. It is of similar size as your home with 1,484 sq ft of approx living area which does not include additional living space within heated family room. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has the same number of bathrooms as your home, having 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a larger size 0.15 acre lot whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot.
The living room has a fireplace, bay windows, crown molding, and hardwood floors. It has access to the formal dining room which has a china cabinet, chair rails, crown molding, and hardwood floors. The kitchen has dated cabinets and appliances, laminate flooring, and has access to the main level half bathroom and the sunroom. The sunroom has walls of windows, hardwood floors, and has exterior access.  The 2nd level has 3 bedrooms with sloped ceiling and hardwood floors. This level also has the family bathroom which is dated. I am absolutely staggered at the price they got for this home given its condition!
This home has an attached single car garage and paved 2 car off street parking, and has hot water baseboard heating. It was listed for $699,000 and was sold for $762,000.  It sold for $513 per sq ft.

Relevance: Less. Given the inferior condition of this home, slightly larger lot size, similar size I believe your home should sell for more than this home.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This colonial style home was built in 1928. It is larger than your home with 1,520 sq ft of approx living area. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has more bathrooms than your home, having 2 full bathrooms while your home has 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a slightly larger size 0.14 acre lot whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot
Upon entry from the screened porch which has walls of windows and laminate floors, the living room is immediately on the left and it has a fireplace with brick facing, crown molding, double windows, and hardwood floors. It has access to the sunroom which has walls of windows, crown molding, and hardwood floors. The formal dining room has 2 china cabinets, double windows, crown molding, wainscoting, and hardwood floors. It has access to the kitchen through a cased opening. The kitchen has a breakfast bar peninsula, cherry cabinets, black appliances, picture windows, and hardwood floors. It has access to the main level bathroom with shower stall, and has an open floor plan with the family room. The family room has a cathedral ceiling, triple windows, hardwood floors, and 2 exterior accesses on both sides through sliding glass doors.   The 2nd level has 3 bedrooms with crown molding and hardwood floors. This level also has the family bathroom which is a similar vintage as yours but with white tiles and black trim.
This home has an attached single car garage and paved 2 car off street parking, and has hot water baseboard heating. It was listed for $699,000 and was sold for $765,000 with competition. It sold for $503 per sq ft.

Relevance: Relevant. Given the inferior condition of the kitchen, similar bathroom, but larger living area and slightly larger lot I believe this home is relevant to your home.

Your details: Living area 1436 sq ft | 3 beds | 1.5 bath | Built 1924 | 1 car garage | 0.11 acres

This colonial style home was built in 1921 so it is a similar vintage to your home. It is smaller than your home with 1,320 sq ft of approx living area and does NOT include 259 sq ft finished room in basement. Your home has 1,436 sq ft of above ground living area.  This home the same number of bedrooms as your home, both having 3 bedrooms. It has the same number of bathrooms as your home with 1 full and 1 half bathrooms. It sits on a similar size 0.09 acre lot in a desirable location in East Arlington just 2 blocks to Alewife, whereas your home sits on a 0.11 acre lot.
The home has lovely curb appeal and upon entry to the foyer from the farmer’s porch, the living room is on the right and it has bay windows,  and hardwood floors. The formal dining room has china cabinet with glass paned doors,  and hardwood floors. Both the living room and dining room have a dropped ceiling.  The kitchen is dated and has rustic stained cabinets, white appliances, dropped ceiling, and white appliances. It also has access to the main level half bathroom, and exterior access to the deck.  The 2nd level has 3 bedrooms with sloped ceilings and hardwood floors. The master bedroom has beadboard walls. This level also has the family bathroom which is dated and an office.
This home is located in the East Arlington neighborhood. It has a detached single car garage and paved 3 car off street parking, and has steam heating. It was listed for $675,000 and was sold for $790,000 with competition.  This is another which I am surprised at how much it sold for. It sold well over market value because of the competition. It sold for $599 per sq ft.

Relevance: Relevant, but less. Given the larger living area, superior location, inferior condition I believe this home is relevant to yours but yours should sell for more if we get the same sort of competition occurring.

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Pricing Recommendation

My analysis of the relevant homes outlined above suggests a final market value for your home of between $750,000 - $800,000.  This comes to a price per sq ft of between $522 - $557.  This is far higher than the averages found in Arlington and I believe this is due to the quality of work, and the effort you have put forth, in your renovations.

Given the current market dynamics in Arlington, I would suggest listing  your home at the lower end of this price range estimated to attract more  interest and potentially multiple offers.  If the market deems your  home to be worth more than the list price, then the price will be pushed  over the market value of your home, and sometimes well over that when  we get multiple offers.  You can see many examples in the above  mentioned properties that came on the market for a lot less and  competition pushed them up to a higher final sale price. The challenge  in estimating a price for a home is ‘would this home have sold for this  price if they had priced it for higher’ or was competition the driving  factor that got to this price.  Experience tells us that competition is  why they sold for what they did, so we have to be careful with pricing.   Every home reported above had competing offers which pushed the price higher apart from 2 homes. 

When homes are  overpriced they end up sitting on the market and ultimately selling for  less than market value, whereas homes priced realistically can often  sell for well over market value. Competition is what will get us the  highest sales price. As we see time and time again, if the buyers  consider the market value of your home to be realistic in relation to  the asking price, then competition will push the price up higher and  often over the market value of the home. The challenge with overpricing  is that the buyers are very educated – they go week after week to see  homes in their price range so they KNOW what the prices are and what  ‘feels’ right.

I have to stress that these are  recommendations.  We would bring  your home on the market at whatever price you deem to be appropriate.  

When  determining the right price - it all depends on your motivation and  your risk tolerance level. We know that homes that are priced at the  'strike price' will sell quicker and may generate more than one offer.   I’m an excellent negotiator and know how to push a price up if we have  the market activity. I also know that some sellers want to put their  home on for a higher price than I might recommend, which I’m willing to  do, so long as it is understood that putting the home on for more than  the majority of buyers perceive its value, could mean that your home  will have a much longer market time and sell for less than it should  have had it been priced properly out of the gate.

I DO NOT  DETERMINE THE PRICE - the market dictates the value - what a buyer is  willing to pay. My job is to make sure that you have the best market  exposure and that your home is positioned well in the market.   I do not  believe in projecting more money than I think your home will sell for  just to get your business.

My team and I know how to stage and  market your home, and I understand its value, but I can only sell it for  what the market or a buyer will pay. I strongly believe that a home  should be priced compared to the current competition, not just on what  has sold in the last six months.  At the end of the day, you will be  competing for the buyers looking for a home like yours and in the same  price range. You can do far more 'damage' to the resultant price we get  for your home if we overprice. The prospective serious buyers will see  your home within the first weekend of your home coming on the market,  and they will have seen everything else in this price range.  In other  words, the serious buyer knows what is priced well.  If they don't see  value in your home at its listing price and are not motivated to make an  offer, then they will move on and keep looking.  In times of increasing  prices, it is often hard to predict what a home will sell for, but be  assured that even if we price your home lower than what market value is  currently, market dynamics will bring the price of the home up to where  it should be.  Prospective buyers should walk in thinking the price  'feels right' and are motivated to make an offer in the short term,  rather than letting several months’ pass.

It is important to  stress the value of marketing your home to capture the highest price.   In times of low inventory, we know your home will sell by doing the  bare minimum to market it, BUT that is not going to get you the maximum  price for your home.  Key to getting the maximum price for your home is  to prepare a comprehensive marketing plan that incorporates all avenues  available to us to expose your home to the maximum number of buyers out  there looking.  Exposure, and feet in the door, is what will get you the  highest price for your home. Basic ratios help explain this.  If 10% of  the buyers who walk in your door fall in love with your home, then if  you only have 10 buyers walking in, then potentially there is only 1  buyer - if you have 100 buyers walking in your door then using the same  ratios, you will potentially have 10 buyers falling in love with your  home.  10 buyers will push the price up versus only one buyer.

 New statistics state that over 100% of potential buyers  search the web as their primary search vehicle.  Thankfully, your home  will show fabulously in photos. With historically low interest rates  likely to increase and inventory at a 7-year low, there are still homes  that do not sell in this market.  I’m making my recommendations to  ensure that you are one of the sellers who will have success in the  first month of being on the market, but optimally the first weekend.


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