Home sales continue to be historically high and even though the spring housing market is projected to heat up, there is good news for homebuyers trying to compete for limited inventory.
Two months of price stability could be the start of a welcome trend, allowing buyers a chance to finally purchase the home of their dreams – at a price they can afford.
If you’ve been caught in the homebuyer burnout cycle, you’re not alone.
The housing market is sizzling, and many people feel like they’re getting burned. Available homes are snapped up before an offer is even made.
The hot housing market has caused a flurry of competition that’s tough to beat. That doesn’t mean there aren’t opportunities out there.
Prices are stabilizing due to higher interest rates, and RE/MAX CEO Nick Bailey says that’s a good combination.
But with an uptick in interest rates boosting consumer confidence and some markets seeing an early start to their spring selling seasons due to eager buyers wanting to beat the spring rush, future homeowners may want to hit the ground running.
What’s one possible key to success? Maybe change your approach.
Whether they’re exhausted by the process or ready to start a new search, anyone navigating the housing market could use some good coaching.
Nick Bailey, President and CEO of RE/MAX, LLC is available with advice for homebuyers at all stages of the process, and he’s ready to share a winning game plan with viewers. Book your interview now to chat with Nick to discuss:
- Is now the right time to buy? Current housing market trends
- How do we compete? Changing your strategy & schedule to maximize buying opportunity
- Who can help? Finding the right experts can make all the difference
A licensed real estate broker for over 26 years, Nick Bailey has broad experience across multiple segments of the industry. He has been a Sr. Vice President at Market Leader, a Vice President at Trulia/Zillow and, just prior to rejoining RE/MAX, the President and CEO of Century 21.
Originally from Wyoming, Nick bought his first investment property as a teen and earned his real estate license at 21. Nick holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from Montana State University and, for several years, has been named as one of the top 25 most influential leaders in the industry.
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