Summer 2019 Real Estate Details to Consider – Chicago Real Estate Experts

Before you put time and effort into finding a house, weigh why a 2019 summertime home purchase may or may not be the best deal for you. March through July are the commonly popular months for buying a house. In the spring and

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summer, you’ll often find a large selection of homes for sale, but you may also encounter competition that drives up prices, but each market is different. Consulting experienced, top producing, Chicago real estate professionals can help confirm the best individual home buying and/or home selling decisions.

Reasons to Buy a Home in the Summer
Do you have kids in school? If so, you probably want to sell your house and move into a new one before the next school year starts. Moving over the summer lets kids finish the term at their old school, as well as explore the neighborhoods and make friends before the first day at their new school.

Houses and neighborhoods often look their best in the summer, with lawns, flowers, gardens and trees in full bloom. You can see how well neighbors take care of their grounds, whether kids are playing outside, and how much the neighborhood socializes at barbecues, the local pool, and the like.

Possible Cons to Buying During the Summer
Summer is a popular time for house hunters, and that means two things: competition and a possible spike in prices. You may find yourself struggling to see all the available homes, feeling pressure to choose quickly, getting caught in a stressful bidding war, or missing out on the home you want. If you can, you may want to wait until fall or winter, when the house selection is smaller but prices are lower and buyers and sellers are more focused. This again is a time to consult a trusted, top producing, seasoned Chicago real estate professional for your best plan of action.

Be Ready to Close
“Don’t blink, or it’s gone,” real estate agents advise. If you determine that summer is the best time for you to buy, be prepared to make an offer quickly, and don’t expect the seller to lower the price easily. Make sure you know your limits: Which home features are must-haves, and what is the most you are willing to spend? Also, keep in mind that even if you’re preapproved for a loan and are ready to push paper, it may take weeks or a couple months to close on the home. If you want to move in midsummer, you may need to start house-hunting in spring. More tips can be found HERE

July 2019- Ready to surpass expectations this summer and leave no stone unturned, Ian Schwartz with The Ian Schwartz Group has built a team of experienced, client-focused, top producing real estate professionals you’d want representing you this season. Find out why they say…..everything we touch turns to SOLD!

 

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With the Ian Schwartz Group you will have all your bases covered. Ian and his associates combine forces to ensure that your overall real estate experience is outstanding. Ian has sold over 500 million dollars of real estate, including sales in excess of 55 million dollars in 2015 and sales in excess of 50 million dollars in 2017. He is consistently in the top 1% of agents in the Chicago Association of Realtors and in the top 1% of Coldwell Banker agents nationally. If you are a buyer, no stone will be left unturned to find you the perfect home. If you are a seller, Ian and his team will pour their hearts and souls into effectively marketing your home online and in print to have it seen by the largest audience possible. They will take all necessary steps to bring qualified buyers in the door and close the sale.

Posted on July 1, 2019, in buyers market, chicago homes for sale, Chicago Real Estate, Chicago realtors by rank, Chicago top producing realtor by volume, Chicago top ranking realtors, Chicago top selling realtors, Ian Schwartz, Ian Schwartz Group, Lincoln Park Real Estate and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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