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Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda

Has the thought of selling your home been a pipe dream so far? Don't look back one, three, or five years from now and kick yourself because you, "coulda, woulda, shoulda" sold your home.

With these amazingly low interest rates and a motivated pool of buyers, there is no better time to turn the dream of selling your home into a reality.

For the past few years, fear, uncertainty and doubthave plagued potential home buyers andsellers. People have put their lives on hold and their dreams aside to wait out this storm of economic uncertainty - until now.

Recently, the tide has turned and all signs have been pointing to a recovery: homes sales are up, interest rates are down, and this is the most positive, optimistic, and certain market we have experienced in years.

If you have been asking yourself any of these questions:

·         Is it the right time to sell?
·         Should I wait for interest rates to fall even further?
·         Should I wait for home values to rise?Then I encourage you to consider the unique opportunity that exists for potential home sellers like you. We have an incredibly low inventory of homes for sale in Arlington - just 20 last week! - and a pool of eager buyers that are chomping at the bit to buy a home in our town. This means that as a potential home seller, you have little competition and a lot of demand.

Basic economics says this is the time to sell. As you know, we are in an election year and it is anyone's guess as to how the election might impact this significant, yet fragile, recovery.

Looking for further validation? Check out this video from MarketWatch's David Weidner, who points out that change in the economy's housing sector indicates it's time for prospective homeowners to sign on the dotted line.

If you have been considering selling your home, getting started is as easy as picking up the phone or sending an email. There is still time to turn your "coulda, woulda, shoulda" into a "did and done."

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do." - Mark Twain


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