March 2020

Found 3 blog entries for March 2020.

Covid 19 concerns have changed the current Real Estate market.  Things have slowed buy they haven't stopped.

There are several articles regarding New Yorkers fleeing the State and heading to Florida.

https://nypost.com/2020/03/29/florida-setting-up-checkpoints-for-new-yorkers-fleeing-coronavirus/

This mass migration isn't likely to stop anytime soon.

Will this lead to a boom in Florida Real Estate sales?

I don't think it will hurt anything.  I personally am bettting that homes in lower population density areas will see an increase in demand.

 

 

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Residential Real Estate commerce has slowed down since the Corona virus pandemic reached U.S. soil.  Florida Governor Ron DeSantis declared a State of Emergency on March 9th and we've seen a drastic reduction in sales and showings since then.  Meanwhile there are homes for sale and people that are buying and selling.  As of late March we are conductin business it's just on a much smaller scale than what we've experienced over the last several years.  For example I have a home that is pending and have met with the Home Inspector and have the Roof, Septic and appraisal scheduled over the next few days.

We are practicing social distancing and using hand soap and hand sanitizer often to protect all parties involved.  Life goes on and we are taking every

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Low rates mean more money in your pocket.

Do you need a good mortgage broker?  I work with some top notch profesionals that can get you into a refinance or mortgage preapproval.  Money hasn't been this cheap in a long time.  It's worth looking at what that dream home would cost you.  These low rates mean your money goes further than in years past.  The lower costs of borrowing money mean more home or more money in your pocket.  

Another impact from cheap money is more buyers in the Real Estate market.  Would you like to see what you home could sell for?  Let's sit down and discuss options.  I have a list of tips that are certain to help increase the curb appeal and attract buyers.

Sincerely,

 

Ian McPherson Realtor, Coldwell Banker Realty

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