“It’s not what the market will bear anymore,” said Walter Molony of the National Association of Realtors. “It’s a question of what is a fair price.”
Don’t clog up the blogosphere with your crap. As business blogging becomes more appealing due to the perceived potential return on investment, more are taking to this medium. This is not necessarily a good thing. Those putting “serially-posted advertisements” out there are doing a disservice to those who take time and ownership of what they write and also to themselves. Blog readers tend to be savvy enough to discern when someone is trying to sell them something. Let the market decide.
The Edge of Sprawl. Replace Loudoun with Albemarle. Expand from there.
Open Houses are pretty much, a waste of everybody’s time. But sometimes, they happen to bring that “one buyer” we’ve been looking for … never say never.
Once you find the home you want to buy, discuss making an offer on it with your Realtor. Making your offer contingent upon the sale of your current home is the most common method of doing this, and while this isn’t a popular method to use in a hot market, it is very common in normal and slower markets. The market is normal at the moment, and I recently negotiated one of these contingency offers for clients of mine.
Making offers contingent on the sale of one’s property used to be unheard of. Now, it is becoming more common – so much so that I now consider it a viable option in some cases.