Pam - In today's market you need to be working with a local agent, like myself. Here's why, we have listings like yours that we sell. While trying to sell listings like yours, we are putting together a data base of potential buyers that have come through our listings and didn't buy, but they are Buyers. We keep in touch with these buyers so when we acquire a listing like yours we usually have a small data base to work with. E-mail me firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Pam's comments go the the heart of buying in any town filled with new construction. Just as you want new, so too will others where new construction abounds. Plan on staing a good 5 years or so till the construction dies down or consider buying in a community with limited new constrution opportunities. Another thing to consider is that property near public transportation are likely to have stronger appreciation if gas prices remain high. Good luck with your search and let me know if you would like to be referred to any RE agents skilled in making seller concession offers.
1. Youâ€™ll have an expert to guide you through the process. Buying or selling a home usually requires disclosure forms, inspection reports, mortgage documents, insurance policies, deeds, and multi-page settlement statements. A knowledgeable expert will help you prepare the best deal, and avoid delays or costly mistakes.
2. Get objective information and opinions. REALTORSÂ® can provide local community information on utilities, zoning, schools, and more. Theyâ€™ll also be able to provide objective information about each property. A professional will be able to help you answer these two important questions: Will the property provide the environment I want for a home or investment? Second, will the property have resale value when I am ready to sell?
If I can assist you in any way, please feel free to contact me directly at 847-650-5489 or visit me on the web at: www. stolczyk.illinoisproperty.com