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WHAT HOMEBUYERS WANT IN 2006

WHAT HOMEBUYERS WANT IN 2006

 

Sellers facing greater competition in this year’s marketplace will benefit from knowing what buyers want.

 

 

Buyers want reasonable asking prices.  Gone are the days of multiple offers on overpriced homes.  Ask your real estate agent for a comparative market analysis for an objective estimate of your home’s value.           

 

Buyers want quality and dependability. Homebuyers are looking for construction and finishing that can withstand the test of time.  Classic features such as hardwood flooring and custom-designed kitchen cabinets add to a home’s "buyer appeal".

 

Buyers want amenities that offer comfort and convenience.  Examples include master suites with luxury bathrooms, well-organized walk-in closets and high-speed Internet.

 

Buyers want to work with savvy sellers.  Sellers who know what their home is worth, list a property in top showing condition and are willing to give concessions to the buyer when negotiating the terms of the purchase agreement are more likely to be successful. 

 

 

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About the Authors - Updated 2018

If you are considering a Traditional or Short Sale of your home in Phoenix, Scottsdale or any location in Maricopa County Arizona, you owe it to yourself to talk with Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty to determine whether Tony and Suzanne Marriott are the best real estate Brokers in the Phoenix and Scottsdale metropolitan area to help you with the Successful Sale of your home.

Tony and Suzanne have personally Listed, Sold and Closed more than a hundred Short Sales with the highest list to close rate in the Phoenix Metro Area!

Tony Marriott - Chief Executive Officer - Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty

Suzanne Marriott - Chief Learning Officer - Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty

Associate Brokers, REALTORS
Haven Express
Keller Williams Arizona Realty

Comments

"Sellers facing greater competition in this year's marketplace will benefit from knowing what buyers want."

Sellers that didn't "get it" in 2006 - didn't get their homes SOLD!

Posted by Suzanne Marriott, Associate Broker, CLHMS, e-PRO (Keller Williams Arizona Realty) over 12 years ago
Here we are in 2008.  Looks like this post is something to show a person "on the fence" between you and someone else.  I'm forwarding this to the "second chance post" just to show how real it is!!!
Posted by Mark Organek, On a journey to accomplish one huge goal. (And the United States of America) over 11 years ago
Tony - it didn't take 2 years to prove you right.
Posted by Virginia Hepp - Mesquite NV REALTOR, Mesquite NV Homes and Neighborhoods - Search MLS (Desert Gold Realty - Mesquite NV Homes For Sale) over 11 years ago

Mark Organek I was remiss in the early days - just now catching up with comments from blog posts since day 1 - thanks for the comment - hope you are still in the 'Rain! Buyers sure got their "reasonable asking prices" after the collapse.

Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) almost 4 years ago

Virginia Hepp I was remiss in the early days - just now catching up with comments from blog posts since day 1 - thanks for the comment - hope you are still in the 'Rain! This topic is still as relevant today as 9 years ago!  Yes - the collapse did make for reasonable prices :-(

Posted by Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers, Serving Scottsdale, Phoenix and Maricopa County AZ (Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty) almost 4 years ago

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