Maybe you’ve even seen or heard something lately that scares you and makes you wonder if you should still buy or sell a home right now.
Regrettably, when news in the media isn’t easy to understand or is misleading, it can make people feel scared and unsure. Similarly, negative talk on social media spreads fast and creates fear. As Jason Lewris, Co-Founder and Chief Data Officer at Parcl, says:
But it doesn’t have to be that way! Buying a home is a big decision, and it should be one you feel confident making. You should lean on a trusted real estate agent to help you separate fact from fiction and get the answers you need.
That agent will use their knowledge of what’s really happening with home prices, housing supply, expert forecasts, and more to give you the best possible advice. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) explains:
“Agents combat uncertainty and fear with a combination of historical perspective, training, and facts.”
BOTTOM LINE: The right agent (ME!) will help you figure out what’s going on at the national level and in your local area. Want to know what I know? Let’s connect.