Seller’s ‘Love Letter’ to a buyer is a good idea – The seller can elaborate about their favorite best features of the property and the memories attached to the home. Also sometimes included in a letter to prospective buyers are neighborhood shops, restaurants, and parks. This love letter from the seller describes the pros and perceived cons and how much they think their home is worth and why. If you’re a seller would you consider writing a buyer love letter to your prospective buyers? Do you think this would benefit the sale of your home?
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Lynne Watanabe MacFarlane, MCDM, SRES, SRS | Realtor PFAC Silicon Valley affiliate Intero | A Berkshire Hathaway Affiliate
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Tech Hubs, such as #SanJose, #Sunnyvale, #santaclaracounty may have the edge in the housing recovery. “New supply” and “pace of sales” remained below during COVID19/SIP January, but in the West Coast, by June 21, it surpasses and continues to lead the recovery with the overall index now visibly above the pre-COVID benchmark.
What’s Driving Our Recovery?
1) Weather 2) COVID-19 containment 3) Economic resilience are three key factors driving regional differences in the housing recovery.
Realtor’s previous study about the spread of COVID-19 is closely linked to the housing slowdown, with markets with higher cases per capita more likely to see a bigger impact on supply and the pace of sales. It found that the speed and sustainability of the reopening, and each market’s ability to contain COVID-19, are dictating the speed of recovery across the regions.
Resilient economies may have an edge in the housing recovery, and areas with strong job markets before COVID-19, especially those with thriving #tech sectors, are seeing buyers and sellers reconnect faster than the rest of the country.
Yep, “West Coast rocks!” says this proud NorCal gal! 🙂
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