Dependable Homebuyers Publishes Article About the Best Time to Sell a House

Dependable Homebuyers, a national homebuyer, has published an article about the best time to sell a property. They state that while the summer may not be a popular time for those looking to sell their house, it is one of the best times to list homes this year due to conditions in the housing market. When many people are thinking about buying or selling, they're typically considering moving into a new home and don't want any problems with an old mortgage.

Summer is a time for barbecues, camping, and the occasional day at the beach. The published articles argues that it’s also a time to list a home for sale or put out feelers about buying one. The question then becomes: how does one tell when it’s best to sell. A common misconception is that now is not a good time because of all the uncertainty in the economy. This couldn't be further from the truth. While this has been an especially difficult year to make predictions, there are many signs pointing to 2013 being a great summer for real estate agents—and sellers.

Home buyers are back with a vengeance. It should come as no surprise that the real estate market is already responding to these new demands, in particular the Pending Home Sales Index (a forward-looking indicator of home sales based on contract signings). In May, after two months of decline in pending home sales, the index rose 44.3%. More data can be reviewed at https://dependable-homebuyers.business.site/posts/8002326998190019544?hl=en.

“There’s very significant demand,” says Dependable Homebuyers. Many people are put off by the current housing market. But real estate experts point out that demand is strong right now in the suburbs and smaller, cheaper cities—as people find themselves unable to sell their homes as they want, or companies follow tech titans like allowing employees to work remotely for a long time.

The article states that as the summer approaches, many homebuyers are nervous about the recent shutdowns and what it might do to the housing market. Yet, while inventory is lower, there are reasons other than the shutdowns that go beyond last year's inventory shortage. The number of homes for sale is at a “generational low,” says Dependable Homebuyers, because people are living in their homes longer than they used to. American typically stays in their house for nearly 13 years before they decide to move. Over the past 13 years, Americans have typically been in their homes for an average of 13 years before moving on.

Homeowners may be hesitant to sell their homes due to the financial and stability of the real estate market, but experts say this time could allow for one of the highest home sale rates in years. With demand for homes high and inventory low, the conditions are perfect for home sellers to get sky-high prices.

“Dependable Homebuyers is actively looking to buy homes in as-is condition and any price range. For that reason, we will review any type of property regardless of its condition as long as it is priced modestly. We will visit all kinds of properties, including ugly run-down houses as well as houses in good shape that don't really need any, or much, work,” says a home selling consultant at Dependable Homebuyers.

Dependable Homebuyers often finds that even though they are not the highest bid, they are often time selected because they do not require repairs and can close in under a month.

"Some argue that the best way to sell a home is with the help of an expert real estate agent who will have experience in pricing your property correctly and marketing it well. When selling, you don't want potential buyers to tire from looking through dozens and dozens of listings," say the real estate consultant.

Some agents are willing to represent sellers without any upfront costs or fees for their services. This can be expensive. Dependable Homebuyers does not charge any of these fees.

Those interested in learning more about home buyers are invited to reach out to Dependable Homebuyers by filling out a form on their website.

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