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
Is now a good time to buy a house in Egg Harbor Township, NJ?
I often get asked when is the best time to buy a house. And the answer often depends on your circumstances, goals, and needs. However in this article I post 3 reasons to buy a house now in Egg Harbor Township, NJ.
Interest rates are low. Interest rates are now at about 3.92%. This is a historically low rate. If rates go up that will decrease the loan amount that a buyer can afford.
Inventory is good but shrinking. Inventory is down in many of the neighborhoods of Egg Harbor Township. Lower inventory can cause home prices to increase. Several communities are experiencing price increases. It’s better to buy now before prices continue to increase.
View from Anchorage Point, Egg Harbor Township, NJ
Newer inventory of homes for sale. At the peak of the real estate market Egg Harbor Township was a new construction boom town. Many developments were built at that time. There typically is a good inventory of homes for sale that are built in the 90s and 2000s. If you’re looking for a newer home Egg Harbor Township is a great choice. There are also developers building brand new homes.
Here are 3 critical mistakes you want to avoid to sell your Egg Harbor Township, NJ House.
Read this first before making one of these 3 critical mistakes seller’s make when selling their Egg Harbor Township, NJ home.
Over price the home! This may seem like a no brainer but many home sellers will over price their home thinking they will net more money. In fact overpricing your home can actually lead to netting less than if you priced it right from the beginning. Most home sellers will overprice their homes for the following reasons:
Bad information. They may have inaccurate information on what their home is worth.
Room for negotiations. Sellers may price the home high expecting to get a lower offer. However if the home is priced too high you won’t get any offers
Net proceeds. Some sellers will price the home based on what they need to net rather than what the home is worth.
Prepare the home to be sold. Home staging works to help the house show like a model home. If the house is messy or cluttered or dirty it will not show well and may turn off buyers completely. Preparing your home to be sold helps your Egg Harbor Township home sell faster and for more money. We offer our clients a Room By Room Home Staging Checklist to help them prepare the home to be sold. We also work with professional home stagers that can provide services to home owners and even furnish and decorate vacant homes.
Bad photography. It’s amazing how many homes I see for sale online with horrible photos. There are blurry pictures, dark pictures, pictures with the home owner in them etc. Most home buyers start their search on the internet and pictures are the first impression. You only get one chance to make a great first impression. Make sure you have great photos and use a professional photographer.
I hope this list helps you as you prepare to sell your Egg Harbor Township, NJ home. Contact us for a free consultation so we can help you net more money and have a faster sale. Best wishes, Matt
Not every house is the same and sometimes there are no comparable homes to go by.
Recently I met with a few seller clients that wanted advice on selling their unique homes. In Egg Harbor Township there are many developments where the houses are very similar and it’s very easy to determine market value. There are also many unique homes and properties that may be difficult to find any homes to compare with them. In the township there are waterfront homes, farm properties, historic homes and interesting mixed use properties. So how do you sell a unique property that’s not your typical cookie cutter home?
First I like to take a look at what the highest and best use for the property would be. Is it on a large piece of land? Could it be subdivided?
Then I like to look at who the potential buyer would be. Are their attributes of the home or property that would appeal to certain buyers? Is it in a waterfront location or close to parks and recreation. Determining the likely buyer can also help determine how they may position the value of the home.
Look for similar properties. Do the best to find similar homes even if they are in another city nearby.
I also like to help my clients evaluate if there are upgrades or improvements to the property that could be done to significantly improve the value of the property.
Another option is to have an appraisal done on the property. This will help give you an idea of how the appraiser would determine value and then price the property close to the appraised value.
If you or someone you know has a unique property and you need help determining the value. Contact me for a free consultation. Best wishes, Matt
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Matthew Haviland, Your Real Estate Consultant For Life
Keller Williams Realty Atlantic Shore 609-484-9890 ext 132