Here is information on the housing market in Fenton, MI for May 2019. For mare information call or text Dave Broadworth at 810-347-5354 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
When homeowners are preparing to put their properties on the market, one aspect is usually foremost in their minds: money. Setting the asking price accurately can mean the difference between getting an offer quickly and having a house languish for months, drawing little interest. With that in mind, it's important that potential sellers block out a lot of the noise that often surrounds the intricate art and science of pricing. There are plenty of myths that may cause sellers to lose sleep at night as they attempt to separate fact from fiction. The following are statements that can stand in the way of a successful sale.
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If you live in or visit Fenton, MI you have probably passed this little triangle of land on Shiawassee Ave. I have lived in the Fenton area for over 30 years and have never stopped at this little park until yesterday. It is kind of cool, the information that you can learn there. Watch the video to learn more about Freedom Park in Fenton, MI.
The Fenton, MI housing market is hot. It's been a seller's market for a couple years and is not letting up. Now is the time to buy a new home and at the same time now is a great time to sell your home.
In the real estate business an agent that works with buyers may be referred to as a door opener. Typically as a Realtor, you do not want to referred to as a door opener. I've been a Realtor for over 6 years now and as far back as I can remember I have been a door opener. When I was young I was taught to be polite and that included opening and holding doors for others. I've carried that forward through my adult life. In real estate I have put myself in position to open as many doors as I can for others and that does not mean just the front door of a home. Unfortunately, in this business some people list their homes and they do not sell and become an expired listings. I do everything I can for these people to open the door for them to move into the new home that they desire. Myself and the brokerage here at Century 21 Metro Brokers open the door to new agents to give them the education and the experiences to be a successful Realtor and not just an average Realtor. I open the door to experienced agents who have plateaued and want to grow their business. I also open the door for people that just need some encouragement in life to get past a situation. If you're looking for someone to open a door for you in Michigan, call, text or email me, Dave Broadworth 810-347-5354, email@example.com