If you have been thinking about selling your home, now is the time! The Long Island housing market is alive and well. Home prices are up 8.7%! According to the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island, the January 2017 closed median home price for Long Island, which includes Nassau, Suffolk, and Queens housing data, was $420,000 representing an 8.7% increase over last year. Also, the total amount of residential inventory is down almost 20%. Meaning, Read More
Many people think that not using a real estate agent will save them money, but keep in mind that it is unlikely that both the buyer and seller will reap the benefits of not having to pay commissions. There’s a lot of money involved and every penny counts. If your head starts spinning as soon as it’s time to roll up your sleeves and dive into the house search, you may be thinking about hiring a real estate agent. But is this a good move? Here are some things to consider.
Here are the current sold median home prices for Suffolk Country, courtesy of the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island. Contact us today if you are interested in buying or selling and would like to speak with a Real Estate Professional. Call us at 516-575-7500 or email us at email@example.com
Here are the current sold median home prices for Nassau County, courtesy of the Multiple Listing Service of Long Island. Contact us if you are interested in buying or selling and would like to speak with a Real Estate Professional. Call us at 516-575-7500 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Long Island median home prices are up across all three counties. What’s even more notable is that housing inventory is down by 14.9%. When housing inventory is down – that means that homes are selling faster than they were a year ago.
We’ve helped a lot of buyers and sellers. So, it comes as no surprise that we’ve heard mostly all of the concerns they have had throughout the buying and selling process. Here’s why these 5 common statements shouldn’t be a concern at all.
The most common reason a home doesn’t sell is because it is overpriced. If you’re selling your home, you need to understand that pricing your home correctly from the beginning is absolutely critical.
In an effort to save money, many people think selling their home on their own is the way to go.It’s proven that selling your home on your own can cost you time and money in the long-run. Why have a Realtor® represent you? Here are 7 good reasons.
A first time home seller who has a top producing agent in their corner will have a much greater chance of a smooth and successful home sale. If you’re selling a home for the first time, its important to understand what the home sale process entails, what costs are associated with selling a home, and many other very important aspects of the home selling process.