Jason Sirois October 6, 2023
Less Competition 🏆
With fewer buyers in the market, there is a lower likelihood of getting caught in an aggressive bidding war leaving the door open for single offer negotiations.
Sellers are willing to give back 💰
Many sellers are advertising to "purchase" a significant portion of a buyer's mortgage interest payment for the first 2 or 3 years in the form of a buydown. This is something you should sync with your realtor and lender team about.
Sellers are highly motivated 💪🏼
With the Holidays just around the corner, many sellers will consider taking their home off the market (many already have) then re-entering the market next year with high hopes of lower interest rates, which would fuel buyer demand.
A higher % of transactions are terminating 😵
Whether it's cold feet from inspection or the monthly payment, we have seen an uptick in buyers terminating a transaction prior to closing (about 25% in September). Looking at homes that fell out of contract is a hit list of motivated (and likely slightly shaken) sellers who could be willing to play ball.
Showings are down 🚷
After two weeks on market with little activity sellers begin to feel the pressure and are more willing to have amicable discussions about the terms of an offer.
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