Thanks again to DMAR for some great insights about our current Real Estate Market. It is indeed changing, and we can mostly point to hikes in interest rates and there are more to come. Andrew Abrams summed up what’s happening best when he said, “A more normalized market is healthy and breeds healthier decision-making. In the chaos of the recent market, buyers had been waiving their inspections, doing full appraisal gaps and even offering to make their earnest money non- refundable before getting an inspection. While those risks paid off in the form of equity, those days have passed, and we are shifting to a more reasonable market. There will be bidding wars, appraisal gaps and limited inspection items on future properties, but the frequency of those will be less.” Hold on folks there is bound to be more change in the Real Estate Market as we move through Spring and Summer!
Thanks DMAR for the information/stats
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