Biggest Tips! Disinfect frequently touched surfaces! Quick video on keeping you and your home safe as quarantine mandates are lifted!
Are you selling your occupied home during this pandemic? Check out this video to set proper expectations on your closing time line. Everyone in our industry is being mindful of social distancing and sanitation recommendations. Buyers are experiencing lender delays/processing with most companies working from home and sellers can expect delays with township inspections as well.
In order to offset the delays, we recommend
1. Confirm C.O. requirements for your township2. Be prepared to step out while appraisals, inspections and walk through are taking place3. When your home is occupied, turn on all the lights and open all doors prior to the visit to eliminate contact
We look forward to assisting you during this time. Should you or anyone you need need real estate guidance, contact our agents at (609)392-0600 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
An optimistic and well written piece on the effects of COVID19 on the housing industry presented by Realtor.com
Some key pointers -
Buyers are still searching for home and there are still sellers who need to sell their home...There have been better mortgage and lending practices set in place to prevent another rescission...Interest rates are at an all time low...
Curious about some of the references and thoughts shared - check out the article here.
If you or anyone you need, needs assistance with selling their home. We are virtually available to answer all your real estate needs!
(609) 392-0600 or email@example.com
When you’re in the market for a new place to live, finding the right neighborhood is everything. But in our current state, with shelter-in-place orders in full effect in many areas (and mere common sense limiting people's excursions), scoping out a new neighborhood can be a little more challenging. But with some online detective work and the right tools, you can learn a lot about a neighborhood without leaving your home.
That's because you're not the first one to consider buying a home without being able to pound the pavement personally.
“As buyer's agents, we will often shoot video of the neighborhood and/or home for our out-of-area clients,” says Katie Wethman, a real estate agent with the Wethman Group at Keller Williams in McLean, VA. “We also have video streaming apps like FaceTime, Skype, and Zoom to bring them with us.”
Even though you won't be able to pop in to a local coffee shop or take a leisurely stroll down Main Street, exploring a neighborhood in the time of coronavirus is possible. So let your fingers do the walking—on your laptop—and get to digging. Here's how to start your research.
1. Check out neighborhood publications and social media2. Take a walk with Google3. Browse websites with neighborhood data4. Search other real estate listings5. Call a real estate agent6. Investigate schools and educational data7. Check rime rates8. Plan your daily commute
To read more in depth views on these 8 great ways to safely learn your new neighborhood, visit Realtor.com
As your real estate professional, the agent's are happy to assist you with finding your future home and share our guidance and insight into the neighborhoods we serve. Contact us at (609)392-0600 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you being negatively affected by COVID-19?
Lost your job? Can't pay rent?
Check out these resources available to you!
COVID Resources for the State of NJ
COVID Resources for State of PA
These are also great sites to keep up to do on the states 'Stay at Home Orders', Resources for Individuals and Businesses and more.
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