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Your Market Update: One Month Into the New ‘Normal’
April 28, 2020 at 2:22pm | Meagan Kang
Real estate is still moving, and here’s generally what sellers and homebuyers can expect going forward.
Now that we’re about a month into life under a stay-at-home order, I’ve been hearing more potential sellers ask whether now is the right time to put their home on the market. Inventory
remains very low, while online buyer activity has only increased. Different folks have different comfort levels, and this health crisis has highlighted that; some folks don’t want a single person entering their homes, while others feel comfortable allowing
an agent to come film a video walk-through if it’ll help them sell—neither approach is wrong. No matter where you stand, you can still prepare for when the dust settles. Start fixing up the things you know will have to be addressed at some point before
you sell, because once things calm, sellers will face a wave of pent-up buyer demand. To hear more about what else is going on in the market and how homebuyers can best position themselves, watch the video above.