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5 Tips for Moving During the Summer

Conflicting News Sources Relative to Housing Trends

The Real Estate Market Hasn’t Recovered Yet

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Home Value Boosting Tip of the Month

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Conflicting News Sources Relative to Housing Trends

Just a few weeks ago, the Wall Street Journal - a publication known for its accurate and impartial news reporting - ran an article stating that home sales were up in Long Island and New Jersey. Recently, the Wall Street Journal ran another article saying that home sales had reversed in New Jersey - exactly the opposite they’d reported a few weeks earlier. What does this mean for you as a buyer?

As with any other type of media or reporting, you have to take news about the real estate market with a grain of salt. Media sources often report on things based on limited information or with a private agenda that means their reporting isn’t always impartial. When you’re searching for any kind of news, you should always consult a few sources to determine whether the piece is widely reported and fairly accurate. Unfortunately, even that doesn’t guarantee that what you’ve learned is correct, because some media sources simply repeat what other people are reporting without bothering to verify facts.

To be an informed consumer of any type of news source, you should always look for correlating data for factual pieces. If people are reporting that the home market is improved, look for statistics on where they’ve gotten their numbers and what is the basis they’re using for determining that the market has improved. If a news source doesn’t provide data for its reporting and you can’t verify the information through a third party, it might not be accurate.

Practically speaking, this is a good indicator that the real estate market is still volatile and unpredictable. If even the Wall Street Journal is producing conflicting reports, it’s demonstrably difficult for even the most reputable news sources to predict and report on the real estate market. For buyers, this means that things are generally improving and now is a great time to buy, but the market may still experience some unexpected bumps and backslides on the road to recovery.

Ready to take advantage of the all-time lows in the real estate market to get a great deal on your new home? Fill out one of our Creative Homeowner Solution Requests to get started. Even if you don’t know how the market is doing, our knowledgeable professionals can guide you to the best home deals and help you make a great investment on your new home!

Home Value Boosting Tip of the Month

Know When to Hire a Professional

Saving money is important for many people today. Most families have cut back in some way to make ends meet, and one big way people have been working to save money is to do things themselves that they used to hire professionals to do. Many people now think that a few hours of work is worth saving the cost of hiring a professional, and avoid calling in the pros on anything except the most dire emergency. Unfortunately, do-it-yourself can sometimes cost more than hiring the pros, so this month’s tip is to know when to call in the professionals.

Hire Professionals for Plumbing and Electricity

Many things in the do-it-yourself home improvement world are relatively simple if people take the time to learn. It’s not rocket science to lay new carpet, repaint a room or make simple repairs. But if you’re thinking of going the DIY route for plumbing and electricity, think again and consider hiring a pro.

Plumbing and electricity are two of the potentially most expensive things to screw up in your home. If you make a mistake with DIY plumbing, you could flood your house and end up losing thousands or tens of thousands of dollars in repairs. Electricity is similar. You can overload your electrical system and potentially cause a fire if you don’t know how to safely run wiring and deal with electrical systems in residential homes. Resist the temptation to do it yourself and hire a professional for these tasks.

 

Professionals can Get Good Deals on Supplies

When you’re shopping for supplies, consider this: professional contractors may be able to buy in bulk, and they often have sweetheart deals with suppliers - deals that regular Joes just don’t get. For some things, it makes sense to hire a professional because the cost savings on supplies is enough to offset the price. If you know any good home improvement professionals, talk to them about their supply pricing and then price out the same materials yourself. You might just find that their deal is good enough that it’s actually cheaper to hire a contractor. Here is a list of the contractors we use now.

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5 Tips for Moving During the Summer

It’s mid-June, and the temperature is already starting to get hot in some places. The summer is one of the most popular times to move - particularly for families with kids - but the next few months are also moving into the hottest part of the year, which can make moving a nightmare. Heatstroke is a real threat when moving during the summer, so make sure you follow these tips to move safely in the heat!

Check the Weather Forecast Closely

If your moving date is flexible, check the weather forecast closely. Look for a day when the temperature isn’t going to be too high; preferably a day with low humidity. An overcast day is ideal, as moving with the sun beating down on you can be an excruciating ordeal. If possible, plan around the weather forecast to find a nice, cool, overcast day to move.

Stay Hydrated

When you’re moving during the summer, it’s vital to drink lots of water and stay hydrated. Drink more water than you think you’ll need. Even if you’re not thirsty, take a break every 20 to 30 minutes and drink some water. It’s far too easy for the body to lose vital moisture when you’re doing heavy activity in the summer, which can lead to overheating and dehydration.

Move in the Morning or the Evening

The morning and evening are typically the coolest parts of the day, so try to plan your moving around these times. Morning is best, as the temperature tends to be lower and you don’t have to contend with hoards of mosquitoes and fading daylight. Moving in the evening is a good second choice; after 4PM or 5PM, the temperature starts to drop and moving becomes more tolerable. Avoid moving between noon and 4PM, as that’s the hottest part of the day.

Carry Less than You Think You can Carry

Resist the temptation to carry heavy loads just to get the moving over faster; carry less than you think you can carry. Carrying lighter loads isn’t as much strain on your body, even if you’re carrying more of them. You’ll sweat less and your core temperature will stay lower, which is good news for moving in the heat.

Hire Movers or Get Family to Help

Many hands make light work, so hire movers or recruit friends and family to help. The more people who are helping you move, the faster you’ll get it done and the less any single person will have to carry. This is a great help to reduce the strain of moving on a hot day.

Let Us Help You Find Your Dream Home

Good deals are still available, but finding them requires more footwork now that the home market is improving. Let us help you find your dream home without all the hassle of shopping around for the best deals. Simply fill out one of our Creative Homeowner Solution Requests, and we can help you find the best deal on your dream home in your dream neighborhood today!

Quote of the Month

“A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty.” ~ Winston Churchill

The Real Estate Market Hasn’t Recovered Yet

MarketWatch, an online business news source, recently reported that in spite of growing pessimism about the real estate market, it hasn’t recovered yet. Many homeowners are moving forward with the attitude that the real estate market is recovered and property values are climbing - which is true in some places, but not on the national scale. Nationally, the real estate market is still near the bottom - which means it’s a great time to find good deals if you’ve been thinking of buying a home.

Regional Trends Affect Real Estate Markets

When looking at the country on a national scale, it’s difficult to make generalizations about the real estate market. Regional trends play a big role in the overall performance of the real estate market; real estate may still be doing poor in some areas, while in other areas, the market is booming. Particularly in metropolitan areas, the real estate market is well on its way to recovery - home sales have increased and homes are spending less and less time on the market.

Nationally, though, real estate varies significantly from locale to locale. Some regions - particularly large parts of the Midwest - are still in the midst of the housing slump that has been plaguing the country since the recession began. Home values are low and flat, which isn’t great news for homeowners but it’s good for buyers.

Real Estate Prices Remaining Low

Even in areas where the real estate market is recovering quickly, home values are still much lower than they were a few years ago. In areas where the recovery is moving slowly and home sales haven’t seen a sharp uptick, home prices are low and flat - which is great news for buyers. Homeowners who have been trying to sell their homes are more motivated than ever to make deals. Houses that have been on the market for months may be more willing to negotiate for a good price, and as a buyer, there’s never been a better time to buy.

Take advantage of the fact that the real estate market is still sluggish to get a great deal on the home of your dreams. Not sure you can afford a new home right now? Fill out one of our Creative Homeowner Solution Requests to find out. You may just discover that with prices so low, the home of your dreams is much closer than you thought!   I want a new home now 

 

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