Local Homes are Selling – Record Year since 2007

ashe county real estateThis year is not even over yet and local Realtors® have already sold 14% more homes this year than last year. Local real estate sales are soaring this month as the interest rate changes, just before the end of the year. This year’s new real estate sales actually broke the record of any year since 2007.  Dramatically increasing mortgage rates  have definitely influenced this behavior in buyers and investors. If you are looking for the right time to buy or sell, reach out to our team of Ashe County real estate professionals. We’d love to talk with you about your specific situation and needs. This year’s election definitely changed the numbers a bit. Give us a call, we’d love to talk to you about the local homes that are selling and list your property so that its highly visible to interest buyers.

If you are new to the area, or not familiar with our Ashe County NC real estate company, let us tell you a little bit about our team. Our firm is second to no other firm in Ashe County or the surrounding region in terms of knowledge and dedication. We are the top firm to work with for all of your Ashe County real estate needs. Our combined years of experience in selling real estate, assisting investors with commercial real estate and the development of land in Ashe County have attributed to our being the best firm to work with. We can provide opinions and advice that you can trust. We have decades of experience to draw from. Right now, the High Country real estate markets in Boone, West Jefferson and the surrounding areas, have all shown a high demand and you’ll find a low inventory most everywhere in the state. That’s definitely the norm, but this year it’s even more true. Even with a lower inventory than usual, there are so many wonderful properties and homes listed.

What this means for home sellers is, if your home is ready to move into or rent, then you’ll likely have no trouble getting numerous offers on your home. You’ll likely have offers above your asking price. We’d love to work with you and help you. Give us a call at 800-865-4221.

Source:  December 14, 2016, High Country Realtors blog, http://highcountryrealtors.org/interest-rates-surge-as-real-estate-sales-continue/

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