Julia Brantley

As we approach the end of the year home inventory begins to dwindle. But trust me – Fall and winter are great seasons for home buying! Leftover spring and summer inventory typically result in deals. Most leftovers were overpriced causing them to miss their true market potential and now have fewer chances to capture buyers. By fall & especially winter, Sellers may be desperate, willing to sell below the homes true value. Just as good – Homes that go on the market near the holidays signal motivated sellers which also signals potential for a deal. Competition from other buyers also dwindles meaning more room for negotiations! Another great perk of fall buying – homes show their true colors in the wet and dreary months and inspectors can capture so much more information on your  home so you go in with eyes wide open or my favorite part – more opportunity to negotiate! Julia Brantley real estate is a great referral for any 1st Time home buyers you know who are thinking about buying but think they should wait for spring. Real Estate doesn’t hibernate, My expertise and negotiating skills don’t hibernate and neither should buyers!

One Response to Julia Brantley
  1. Persephone C Galambos
    October 16, 2018 | 7:42 pm

    I love the real estate does not hibernate comment. There was not a question and I think that first time homebuyer is too general. Maybe to highlight your expertise in purple say “I am part of the lucky few whose favorite part of real estate is the opportuniy to negotiate a great deal. I did not really see a story. Maybe something along the lines of that home you found for your buyer that had been on the market for 6 months and the weary sells took an offer that ended up being $20,000 below the appraised value”. I think a kindling question could be, “Ask her how much time she spends on her commute to work” or something along those lines. How do we “see/hear” that someone is a first time homebuyer.

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