I have a newly listed home in the McDonough area, Ola school district. As a fellow veteran, I personally understand the time and financial constraints associated with buying and/or selling a home, and settling in a new location. Give me a call so that I may assist you with your search in finding the perfect home for you and your family.
Jerri Sims, RealtorÂ®|Broker|CDPE
You are likely experiencing the very shift in the market that we agents have been experiencing for a while now as the market finally improves. Here's what I'd recommend...
Definitely find an aggressive buyers agent who works full time in real estate and will be committed to working with you to conduct a thorough search beyond the multiple listing services.
Accept that your offers will likely one of many so make them on multiple properties. It is rare that an offer is accepted as presented these days and will likely be countered if the seller wishes to engage. Your agent will help protect your interests while navigating through the offer and acceptance process.
Make competitive offers that will have a chance at acceptance. If the property is acceptable and the list price is affordable, the list price is exactly where I would start. Include an appraisal contingency in it and keep looking.
Those are a just a few suggestions from my arsenal.
I don't serve the McDonough area, but wish you the best in your home search.
Georgia Real Estate Brokers Associate, CDPE, REALTORÂ®
Keller Williams Realty Atlanta Partners
You need better information and a Realtor can provide access to that.
Inventory is light, but a few hundred houses sell on the south side every month.
A Realtor who knows McDonough can help you get to your goal much more quickly and with way less hassle.
I bought with a VA loan at 4.0% just two years ago; today's rates are sicker than that!
Make it happen. Hire a Realtor.