#1 buyers agent for Asheville NC offers buying tips for winning the bid on homes. With the median price of homes in the low $300,000 range, and multiple offers, these tips can make the difference between a home purchase or waiting on the sidelines.
United States, 5 June 2018 --
Buyers seeking a 2 bedroom, 2 bath home in Asheville, NC have quite a few great choices in the $300,000 to $500,000 range if they use the buying tips outlined in this Skyfor report.
The national Buyer Agent Search service offered by Skyfor, Inc., created a summary of tips this week on how to buy a home in Asheville, NC. The service recently referred a home buyer who is hoping to pay cash for a 2 bedroom, two bath home in Asheville with a budget not to exceed $500,000. Buyer agent Karen Svites of Asheville Area Realty provided numerous tips about the market conditions and strategies in that “very seller’s market”. The report, which many Asheville, North Carolina buyers may find quite helpful, includes market conditions, top buying strategies, and suggestions of affordable areas. The report may be found at http://buyeragentsearch.com/associations-and-real-estate-agents/north-carolina-buyers-agents/ Svites reports that it is “still very much a seller’s market” Buyer looking in the $500K range will find housing, but under $200K homes is “quickly becoming an extinct market” thus making affordable housing difficult for the average worker. The report finds that median priced homes is now in the range of the low $300,000s. The report discovers that, like in many other major metropolitan areas of the United States, the opportunities for more house per dollar spent are a little further out from the center of town. Near the outer sections of Buncombe county, buyers can still get mountain views and acreage. The report shares a few strategies of this top buyers agent. She looks for good homes that have been on the market for a while, which indicates they are over-priced. Her buyers are advised to offer a lower price with comps for the seller to see why it is a fair offer. Another strategy is for her buyer clients to know the market so well that they can see the house the same day it comes on the market and make an offer. This buyer agent offers hourly checks of the MLS between 7 am and 10:00 pm. She puts short expirations into the offer, prompting sellers to make a decision. She encourages making fast offers since in NC there is a due diligence period that makes it possible to get out of a bid very easily. Affordable areas include Sholoh, and Woodfin, and “tiny pockets of neighborhoods within trendy neighborhoods”. Those willing to buy in the outer areas of Buncombe county will find better deals on homes compared with those in the city center. Personal letters are good, but have “become the norm”. The North Carolina Buyer Agents Network is managed by Skyfor, Inc. This education and real estate agent referrals company also manages the Massachusetts Association of Buyers Agents, a not-for-profit trade association based out of Boston, MA. Those seeking a free list of top buyer’s agents as well as recent market conditions reports, broker reviews, and top buying strategies may visit the state pages and agent finder page located at https://buyeragentsearch.com/find-a-buyers-agent/