The weather is great and kids are out of school, now is the ideal time to move to your next home! In general, moving is a stressful thing but can be even more tiring and stressful during the hot summer days! Whether you use professional movers, friends or do it yourself, here are some tips to help you move in less time and enjoy your new home!
1. Planned Packing! Plan to UNPACK before you pack. Make sure to use boxes to pack one room at a time, then label them accordingly to which room it will go in the new home. As you unload the truck, take the boxes for each room directly where the belong. Also, remember to move furniture and large items before you move small boxes. Continue reading →
The kids have finished school, the pools are open and it’s the perfect time to sell your home! Summer is typically the ideal time to sell homes because people are generally feeling “warm” and have a better desire to move before school starts again. So as you interview various agent, make sure to ask these questions to find the best agent: Continue reading →
The summer is almost here, schools are finishing and houses are selling! The absorption rates for May are DEFINTELY showing signs of a stable summer market! In fact, some areas are showing signs that it’s is already a SELLER’S MARKET! So if you’re in the market to buy, THE TIME IS NOW! Rates are low and prices are only going up!!! If you’re thinking about selling, call me today and I will show you how to obtain multiple offers on your home!!
So proof do I have that the market is doing great? Well, I do monthly calculations to figure out the absorption rates. Absorption rate are a calculation of supply and demand and is calculated by dividing the total number of active sales by the number of homes sold in a month. The resulting answer let’s us know how many months it will take to sell the entire inventory of homes. I love numbers and have started to calculate the absorption rate for the DC Metro Area, more specifically, I will be focusing on Northern Virginia since that’s my area of expertise and state of licensure.