Estate Agents In Langebaan Expand Marketing Pathways For Faster Sales

Team Zulika offers a variety of marketing paths to reach interested buyers of their many property listings. These include Facebook, Google, Videos, and more.

Zulika van Heerden @ Freek Properties is pleased to announce that the estate agents in Langebaan provide a variety of ways to reach interested buyers for their roster of listed properties. Langebaan is a picturesque holiday area situated on the West Coast of Cape Town, approximately 130 km north of Cape Town. Successful marketing is more than just putting a ‘For Sale’ sign in front of the listed property. The estate agent team’s experience and knowledge offer a menu of marketing avenues that can be utilized to reach the appropriate buyers.

The process of ensuring that a property gets sold in the shortest possible time begins with the creation of a website for a single property. This showcase makes the property stand out from its competition

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Estate Agents In Langebaan Expand Marketing Pathways For Faster Sales – Press Release

Team Zulika offers a variety of marketing paths to reach interested buyers of their many property listings. These include Facebook, Google, Videos, and more.

Zulika van Heerden @ Freek Properties is pleased to announce that the estate agents in Langebaan provide a variety of ways to reach interested buyers for their roster of listed properties. Langebaan is a picturesque holiday area situated on the West Coast of Cape Town, approximately 130 km north of Cape Town. Successful marketing is more than just putting a ‘For Sale’ sign in front of the listed property. The estate agent team’s experience and knowledge offer a menu of marketing avenues that can be utilized to reach the appropriate buyers.

The process of ensuring that a property gets sold in the shortest possible time begins with the creation of a website for a single property. This showcase makes the property stand out from its competition

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Home Values Rise Faster Than Any Period Since 2005

Zillow’s Real Estate Market Report found that the strong demand for housing in a market with tight supply propelled month-over-month and quarterly home value growth levels to reach numbers not seen since 2005.

According to the report, home value growth increase from 0.9% month-over-month to 1% from Sept. to Oct. which Zillow reports is the fastest rate of increase in 15 years. The report also stated that growth has only been higher on four occasions in the 24-year history of Zillow’s Home Value Index.

“The red-hot housing market of this summer and fall is now clearly reflected in soaring home value appreciation,” said Zillow senior economist Jeff Tucker. “We haven’t seen such steep, short-term appreciation since the summer of 2005, but this time it is driven by buyers with strong credit and incomes securing affordable fixed-rate mortgages, unlike the wave of poorly-vetted, exotic mortgages that financed the last boom. The

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Home values rising faster than at any time since 2005

SEATTLE, Nov. 20, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — A market defined by intense demand for relatively tight supply pushed month-over-month and quarterly home value growth to levels not seen since 2005, according to Zillow’s® latest Real Estate Market Report[1]. Rent appreciation, meanwhile, is steaming ahead in many Midwest and Sun Belt cities while declining in major coastal metros.

The high-demand market also meant more homes changed hands than at any time in the past 15 years. October’s seasonally adjusted annualized rate (SAAR) of home sales was 6.85 million, according to the National Association of Realtors, which was the strongest pace since 2005. Zillow economists expect this rate to remain elevated for the coming year. It is forecasted to average 6.42 million through September 2021, which would mark the strongest year for home sales since 2006.

Home value growth accelerated from 0.9% month over month growth in September to

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Home prices in Chattanooga jump nearly 16.4%, or nearly 6 times faster than family incomes

Home prices in Chattanooga rose over the past year at one of the fastest rates in modern history as lower interest rates combined with a greater home focus to bid up prices by more than 16% in the past 12 months.

“I’ve been doing this for 47 years and I’ve never seen a residential market like this,” said Henry Glascock, a real estate appraiser and auctioneer who tracks the trends in home prices. “Interest rates are extraordinarily low and demand for housing is up even though there are fewer houses for sale.”

The median price of homes sold by Chattanooga area Realtors in the third quarter of 2020 was $228,700, or $32,200 more than a year earlier, according to a new report by the National Association of Realtors. Chattanooga home prices, on average, are still priced 27% below the nationwide average of $313,500. But home prices are appreciating at a

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Despite huge D-FW gains, nationwide home prices growing even faster

Dallas-Fort Worth home prices grew by the fastest rate in more than three years in the latest nationwide comparison.

But North Texas’ 8.5% third quarter annual price increase was still behind the 12% nationwide year-over-year home price rise, according to the National Association of Realtors.

Home prices in the third quarter rose at a double-digit percentage rate in 65% of the 181 metro areas the Realtors track in their quarterly survey.

“Favorable mortgage rates will continue to bring fresh buyers to the market,” Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said in the latest report. “However, the affordability situation will not improve even with low interest rates because housing prices are increasing much too fast.”

The greatest annual home price gains were in Bridgeport, Conn. (27.3%); Crestview, Fla. (27.1%) and Pittsfield, Mass. (26.9%).

The D-FW area had the smallest quarterly price increase among the major Texas metros.

Austin saw the largest price

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Pandemic Caused Buyers to Seek Multi-Generational Homes, Sellers to Sell Faster

WASHINGTON, Nov. 11, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The coronavirus pandemic initiated several shifts in America’s housing market over the past eight months. Changes in the behaviors of home buyers and sellers were especially notable as buyers’ usual tendencies altered, and the urgency to sell accelerated.

This is according to new data from the National Association of Realtors®‘ 2020 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers,1 a yearly report which discusses demographics, preferences and experiences of buyers and sellers across America.

Those who completed their transaction after March were more likely to purchase a multi-generational home. Multigenerational home purchases accounted for 15% of sales after March, compared to 11% for those who closed before April. In light of stay-at-home orders, instituted within the early weeks of the pandemic, 14% of buyers who bought after

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Homes Sell Even Faster While Buyers Pay Summer Prices

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Nov. 5, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — The U.S. housing market continued to near record levels in October, thwarting the usual fall slowdown. For the first time since 2011*, homes sold faster** in October than September and prices remained at their summer peak of $350,000, according to realtor.com®’s Monthly Housing Trends Report released today. However, October also saw an improvement in declines of newly listed homes which could signal some relief on the horizon for weary buyers.

“In the fall, we normally see homes sell more slowly and prices pull back from peak levels. But this October, we saw a drop in the time it takes to sell a home even while home prices remain at their summer peak” said Danielle Hale, chief economist for realtor.com®. “Drawn in by low mortgage rates and the hope of more space, buyers have stayed in the housing market this fall, keeping prices

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Home prices climb faster in Phoenix than in other major US cities

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PHOENIX – Home prices increased more in Phoenix in the past year than in any other major U.S. metro area, according to data released Tuesday.

The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller 20-city home price index showed the average Phoenix home price for August at 9.9% higher than it was a year earlier.

Nationally, the index showed a 5.2% increase, stronger than economists had expected despite economic fallout from the coronavirus pandemic. The year-over-year increase was 4.1% in July.

The index tracks residential real estate value for 20 major cities each month. The August 2020 report excluded Detroit because of delays in data, but the other 19 cities all saw year-over-year price increases.

After Phoenix, Seattle (up 8.5%) and San Diego (7.6%) saw the largest gains.

Helped by rock-bottom mortgage rates, the U.S. housing market has been a source of strength as the U.S. economy climbs back from an

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Bradenton homes selling significantly faster and for more money than they did a year ago

Manatee County saw another super-heated sales month in September for existing single-family homes with the median price rising by $35,000 to $350,000, compared to the same month in 2019.

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The median is the midpoint of all sales prices. Half the homes sold for more, half for less.

Homes were not only bringing higher prices in September than a year earlier, they were also selling faster: 23 days to contract, compared to 43 days in 2019, according to the Realtor Association of Sarasota and Manatee.

There were 730 new pending sales in September, compared to 492 a year earlier, further depleting inventory and making the Bradenton area even more of a seller’s market. A balanced market is considered one with six months of inventory. There were 1.9 months of inventory in the Bradenton area in September, compared to 3.3 months of inventory a year earlier.

Buyers’ appetite for Bradenton

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