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Q: Can I Sell My Home Amid COVID-19?

Q: Can I Sell My Home Amid COVID-19?

Sellers should not wait to put their homes on the market due to the pandemic. In our local market, many sellers are holding off on listing their homes or pulling their for-sale properties from the market until the health crisis slows down. None of us know when New Jersey will fully open again, but when it does, more and more homes will be listed for sale. This will result in much more competition and fewer opportunities for sellers to get top dollar for their homes. 

If you want to sell your house for as much money as possible, please don’t wait to list. There are buyers out there waiting for new properties to come onto the market. The homes that are currently being listed and are priced and prepared correctly are receiving multiple offers and selling quickly. 

Many people have concerns about showings and having people come in and out of their homes, and that’s understandable. However, precautions can be taken to show your house safely. There’s also state-of-the-art technology to help sell your property virtually. 

“There are buyers out there waiting for new properties to come onto the market.”

I feel it’s important to educate our community and keep you up to date with what’s happening in our real estate market. 

If you have further questions about selling your home during the coronavirus or real estate in general, please reach out via phone or email. I would love to help you. Stay safe, and let’s all try to stay positive so we can get through this challenging time together.

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