This amazing better than new home is just one year old and available for sale in Egg Harbor Township, NJ. The Ellerbe model is offered by D R Horton in its newly completed Crystal Lakes community. Let me know what you think of the layout of this home in the comments. It offers an owner’s suite on the first floor plus 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths and a loft upstairs. It’s a great layout and great use of space in my opinion. Link to listing information and photos: https://prompt.kw.com/property/LST-6823731960911433734-4
Here is a video tour of the Coastal model. This new construction community is coming along nicely and phase two will be released soon. If you’re intested in a new home built on a golf course contact us for more details and click here for more information on the community.
This amazing house for sale offers incredible space for entertaining and lots of living space.
2 Beaver Drive in Egg Harbor Township, NJ is a unique lakefront home built for entertainment and recreation. This home is over 8,000 square feet of space with 6+ bedrooms and 4.5 baths. The most interesting part of the home is the massive indoor pool, basketball court and gym area. Check out my video tour and get more details by clicking here.
In this video I do an overview of the fabulous Hawthorne Estates new construction community in Medford NJ built by DR Horton. There are brand new homes with four models to choose from. I’ll tell you about the area, included features and pricing. For more information on the community or to schedule an in person tour call me at 609-338-3773. I also have more information on the community and video tours at https://sjhouses.com/hawthorne-estates
Today I’d like to highlight a few new listings both of which went under contract within a week of listing. Inventory is currently at an all time low. If you’re thinking about selling your home. You need an expert to help you navigate this market and positioning your home for the most profit possible. In a sellers market, selling your home is easy. The challenging part is successfully negotiating favorable terms for you to find your next home. Call me for a free consultation and I’d be glad to talk with you about your plans. Call 609-338-3773.
If you’re looking for a fantastic home with a bay view at a reasonable price you’ll love my listing in West Atlantic City. West Atlantic City is a section of Egg Harbor Township and it has a Pleasantville mailing address. It’s a tucked away spot with amazing views that is not as well known as some of our other shore areas. Take a look at my listing tour for 209 Seville Avenue, Pleasantville NJ and let me know what you think.
Here are 3 Tips For Getting Your Offer Accepted In A Low Inventory High Competition Environment
Our market right now is experiencing high demand and low supply of homes for sale. For example the communities of Village Grande English Mill and Village Grande Little Mill in Egg Harbor Township, NJ currently have no homes for sale out of approximately 700 homes. This means when a home comes available it’s likely going to have multiple offers. Here are 3 tips for getting your offer accepted in a multiple offer competitive real estate market.
Tip 1: Select The Right Agent
When you’re buying a home in a competitive environment choosing the right agent is critical. An agent that is a skilled and experienced negotiator can ask the right questions to find out what’s important to the seller and help the buyer craft the best possible offer. Choose and agent that has experience in successfully negotiating contracts in many different markets. Having relationships with other agents in a local market can also help your agent get the best information and positing you well for negotiations. This will allow you to present your offer and terms in the most favorable light.
Tip 2: Write A Love Letter
When sellers put their home on the market, they’re generally interested in two things: the price they get and the money they keep. But when they receive multiple offers from interested buyers, and the offers look similar, the deciding factor might be something completely different. It might come down to who they want living in “their” house. They might start to think about who they are leaving behind for their neighbors. That’s why, when writing an offer for a home, buyers should add a “love letter” that tells about who they are and why they love the house, letting the owners know how they’ll fit in to the neighborhood. It can’t hurt and it just might help!
Tip 3: Add A Personal Touch
I recently had a buyer client who was in a multiple offer situation. I encouraged them to create a short video on their phone to introduce their family to the seller. It worked! Their offer was accepted and they are now enjoying their new home. I also had a client give flowers to the seller in addition to the love letter. That worked also! Think creatively of how you can add a personal touch to your offer. Your offer will stand out and you’ll help make a connection with the seller.
Do you have any other thoughts on how to get your offer accepted when buying a home? Share in the comments or send me a message.