Selling Property in a Changing Market

Selling Property in a Changing Market

Interest rates falling, interest rates rising… whenever we have real estate for sale we are selling property in a changing market. Right now mortgage interest rates are rising quickly. Rising interest rates usually contribute to fewer buyers in the marketplace because most buyers must borrow the money they need to purchase houses or commercial property.

Fewer buyers making offers to buy means more sellers will consider lowering their asking price. This is true for both residential and commercial properties, and it is generally true in all markets, with exceptions, of course. Any time a market is changing, one factor is critical – are there more buyers looking to purchase or more properties for sale? More buyers is called a “sellers’ market” and more properties is called a “buyers’ market.”

The combination of a buyer’s market and rising interest rates can make it more difficult to sell any type of property.

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We Pay Fast will respond to a voice message or an email with a phone call back within 24 hours. That’s when a seller can discuss their property for sale, and ask and answer questions. The We Pay Fast team is very experienced and easy to communicate with about any property in any condition. If a property works for their investment portfolio, We Pay Fast buyers can make offers over the phone and schedule a closing in as little as a week to ten days of signing a purchase agreement.

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