Spring has not yet arrived in the frozen northland, but the real estate market has felt like a spring market since the end of last year. It also feels like a seller’s market in several, but not all, neighborhoods.
These past few weeks I am reminded of the strategies I used during the last seller’s market. Agents who have gotten their licenses in the last five to eight years may have never experienced a seller’s market.
Mortgages rates slipped this week, even as the S&P 500 Index and the Dow Jones Industrial hovered around record highs.
The reported decline comes just a day after a Federal Reserve official said that the Fed could begin to wind down its stimulus program as early as this summer and end it altogether sometime late this year.
Sacramento, Calif.-based consumer home management platform HomeZada now allows agent subscribers to share photos, videos and documents with their buyers.
The feature, presented as a marketing tool for agents and part of the branded agent service the firm launched in January, is designed to help homeowners manage their new properties on HomeZada from the day they enter their new homes.