Janet Naisbitt-Bagley

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October 2019 Seller Letter Update

October 2019 Seller Letter Update

We hope everyone got to enjoy the beautiful fall colors this year before the leaves started to fall, it’s always amazing to see. We also want to remind everyone if you have vacant properties to remember to get them winterized, with the freezing temperatures setting in on us so quickly this year!
Most people are wondering what is going on in the market, well according to an article on Realtor.com, October 22, 2019, Sales of previously owned U.S. homes declined in September, a sign that high prices and slim inventory continue to weigh on the housing sector despite low interest rates, strong employment and firmer wage growth.
“The housing market is in an unbalanced situation, with soaring prices and persistent low inventory,” said Lawrence Yun, the trade group’s chief economist.
Compared with a year earlier, sales in September rose 3.9%. Purchases of previously owned homes account for the bulk of U.S. home-buying.
The housing market’s weakness has come despite many favorable conditions for potential buyers. Mortgage rates have been dropping steadily in recent months. The average interest rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage at the end of September was 3.64%, down from about 4% six months earlier, according to Freddie Mac.
Still, a shortage of homes for sale in some areas means home prices remain high.
So, if you are thinking of putting your home on the market, it is still a great time to list it with the inventory being so low. Homes that are priced competitively and show well are selling rather quickly. There are still buyers looking to buy, but not a lot of homes to choose from. Also, if you are looking to buy a home, call your Matt Bagley Team to give you the most updated information on homes available.
For the local market updates, see attached UAR (Utah Association of Realtors) Local Market Updates by County, It looks like Closed Sales for August 2018 compared to August 2019 were down from 183 to 129 which was a -29.5% difference. The Closed Sales from August 2018 Year to Date to August 2019 Year to Date was also down from 979 to 875 a difference of -10.6%. However, the difference in the Median Sales Price from August 2018 to August 2019 was up from $218,000 to $226,000 a difference of +3.7%. The Median Sales Price for August 2018 Year to Date to August 2019 Year to Date was also up from $208,000 to $215,000, a +3.4% increase.
Call your Matt Bagley Team at ERA Realty Center 435-865-1019 or email bagleyteam@gmail.com for your free consultation, top marketing, expertise, knowledge and service. Call or text your Team with questions or concerns as well as for pricing and staging information. Matt Bagley 435-590-8788, Jennifer Corral 435-559-0366 and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley 435-559-7772.

 

UAR August 2019

 

End of Summer 2019 Seller Update Newsletter

End of Summer 2019 Seller Update Newsletter

Wow time sure flew by, we hope everyone enjoyed their summer spending time with your loved ones having a great time! Hopefully everyone is adjusting to being back in school and getting back into their normal routines!

As we look to what is going on in Real Estate, in an article published by the Wall Street Journal on REALTOR.com, “Mortgage rates fall again as the peak home-buying season begins to draw to a close. Rates fell again last week, a boon to buyers looking to buy a home or refinance.

The most recent existing-home sales data released Wednesday indicated that falling rates in July did prompt an uptick in home-buying activity, particularly in the West. Lower rates have also sparked the biggest refinance boom in years. But the same headwinds that have kept many people from buying homes remain. There are very few properties for sale, and home prices are increasing as a result. That’s made it much more expensive to buy a home, and low mortgage rates only marginally offset the affordability constraints.”

Lawrence Yun, the trade group’s chief economist, said July’s uptick was an “inevitable realization given incredibly low mortgage rates,” alongside strong job conditions. For the second half of the year, low inventory remains a challenge for the market, Mr. Yun said. “The job market still remains strong but there is increasing economic uncertainty,” he said, adding “people may be hesitant to buy a home if they think we may be facing an economic recession.”

The reports on existing home sales in July were up while new home sales were down. The existing homes sales versus the new homes sales have been fluctuating from month to month in the recent months.

Everyone is wondering what is happening with our market. See attached Local Market updates by County for June 2019 provided by the UAR (Utah Association of Realtors), Closed Sales for June 2018 to June 2019 were down from 142 to 122, a -14.1% difference, Closed Sales for June 2018 to June 2019 Year to Date were down to 652 from 617, a -5.4% difference. However, the Median Sales Price for June 2018 to June 2019 was up from $215,000 to $229,000 a difference of +6.9%. The Median Sales Price for June 2018 Year to Date to June 2019 was also up from $205,000 to $212,250 a +3.5% difference. After a slow start at the beginning of the year, our local market seems to be staying steady currently, homes that are priced competitively and show well are still selling rather quickly.

Please call the Matt Bagley Team today for your free real estate consultation and for answers to all of your questions and concerns at 435-865-1019 at ERA Realty Center or email our Bagleyteam@gmail.com. Please call or text our Team: Matt Bagley at 435-590-8788, Jennifer Corral at 435-559-0366 and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley at 435-559-7772. Let us help with your most important decisions of buying or selling a home!

UAR June 2019

Spring 2019 Matt Bagley Team Seller Newsletter Update, Marching into Spring!

Spring 2019 Matt Bagley Team Seller Newsletter Update, Marching into Spring!
It sure is nice seeing more daylight hours, with each day continuing to get longer! It’s also nice to see Spring on the horizon, so we can put away our snow shovels and winter boots!
How will the housing market fare this spring?
National Association of REALTORS says “Real estate pros often anxiously await for the spring selling season, a time known for an uptick in home sales. But will spring be as hot for the housing market this year as it has been in the past? Since the end of last year, home sales have slowed (a decline of 10 percent in December compared to a year prior), and properties have been sitting on the market for longer (46 days compared to 30 days a year ago)”.
According to Lawrence Yun, chief economist at the National Association of REALTORS®, he says that “multiple data show definitively improving conditions” heading into the spring selling and buying season.
Consumer sentiment about home buying is turning more upbeat, and there have been greater reports of foot traffic at open houses, according to recent NAR surveys. The number of openings of lock boxes—which real estate pros use to access a key prior to unlocking a home for a showing—is “measurably higher” in January and February compared to the second half of 2018, according to NAR SentriLock data.
Further, the number of consumers applying for a mortgage to purchase a home is on the rise. “After the weak conditions of late last year, mortgage applications have picked up notably in 2019 with more consumers evidently searching for a home compared to one year ago,” Yun writes in his latest real estate column at Forbes.com. Also, contract signings to purchase a home rose 4.6 percent in January—another healthy sign about the market Yun points to.
With mortgage rates staying low, Yun expects more home buyers and sellers this spring. So far this year, the 30-year fixed-rate mortgage has fallen to under a 4.5 percent average. That means a typical home buyer could save nearly $100 per month due to the drop. In addition, wages are up 3.4 percent year-over-year on average, the high test rate in a decade, Yun notes. “Better times are ahead for home buyers.”
The Utah Association of REALTORS latest published report for updates by County show Iron County Closed sales for February 2018-February 2019 were up to 79 from 76, +3.9%, with February 2018-February 2019 year to date closed sales down from 181 to 157, -13.3%, although Median Sales Price for February 2018 – February 2019 were up from $190,000 – $209,000 +10.0%, Median Sales Price for February 2018 Year to Date – February 2019 Year to Date were also up from $185,000 – $200,000, +8.1%.
With not enough homes on the market for the amount of buyers that are looking, we are in need of inventory of homes to sell. We have many buyers who have been looking for several years, so If you or anyone you know is interested in selling let our team help, call your Matt Bagley Team at 435-865-1019 or email bagleyteam@gmail.com for your free real estate consultation. We would also love to help any buyers out there looking for their dream home! We are happy to answer all of your questions, concerns and give you updates. Call or text: Matt Bagley 435-590-8788, Jennifer Corral 435-559-0366 and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley 435-559-7772. We would love to hear from you. We are known as a top real estate team who cares and we would love to help you turn your realty dreams into reality! Please contact us today. UAR February 2019

Merry Christmas!!!

 

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From the Matt Bagley Team,Wishing you the Merriest Christmas and the very best New Year!!! May you have a safe and Happy Holiday Season!!!

We typically start to see the market slow down at this time
of year, which appears to be happening some, but the market
for the most part seems to be staying pretty steady.

See attached Utah Association of REALTORS October 2018
Market updates for all Counties, if you’ll notate while the
closed sales from October 2017 dropped from 129 to 117 in
October 2018, the closed sales from 2017 to 2018 Year to Date
are still up 15.3%. The Median sales price was still up at
$209,540. Also, see the attached Market Share Reports from
7/1/18 to 12/10/18 for ERA Realty Center and other Brokerages.

We hope you can take the time to slow down and enjoy the
holidays before they pass us by!

The market has been low on inventory for the last several
years and we need fresh new properties for the market,
so if you or anyone you know is thinking of listing a property,
Call your Matt Bagley Team at ERA Realty Center 435-865-1019
or email bagleyteam@gmail.com for your free consultation, top
marketing, expertise, knowledge and service. Call or text
your Team with questions or concerns as well as for pricing
and staging information. Matt Bagley 435-590-8788, Jennifer
Corral 435-559-0366 and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley 435-559-7772.

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UAR October 2018

Residential DOM 7 1 to 12 10 2018ERA Listings Sold by Market Share 7 1 to 12 10 2018

Winter 2018 Matt Bagley Team Seller Letter

Winter 2018 Matt Bagley Team Seller Letter
We hope everyone had a safe & Happy Thanksgiving Holiday enjoying time with their loved ones! With freezing temperatures on the horizon along with inclement weather, it is recommended if you have vacant properties to get them winterized right away to avoid frozen or broken pipes, or any other damages that can occur.
It’s an exciting time of year with the Holiday Season in full swing and Beautiful decorations all around town! It’s always fun hearing the Christmas music populating the radio stations! A lot of sellers ask if it’s a good time of year to sell their home? The answer is yes, it is actually a great time of year to put your home on the market, with the warm, inviting feeling buyers get when seeing the beautiful decorations. Statistics show that buyers purchase homes on 90% emotion, which helps add to the special feelings they may be already experiencing while searching for a new home. If your mulling over the idea of putting your home on the market any time soon, give us a call to discuss making it happen.
Wherever we go we always get the question, “How’s the Market?” When homes are priced correctly and staged for showings, they typically sell quickly. In our local market homes are selling in most ranges, with some ranges moving more quickly than others. Call your Matt Bagley Team to find out the range which your home would be in. Land is also selling with some types and areas moving better than others. According to the August 2018 Utah Association of REALTOR’S Statistics, our local sales prices were 19.1% up from 17% the previous year, the Median Sales price was $207,500 which was also up from the previous year, see attached Statistics form more details for all Counties.
Are we in the makings of a Buyer’s Market? To quote Lawrence Yun, National Association of REALTOR’S (NAR) Chief Economist from the Utah Association of REALTOR’S (UAR) November-December 2018 REALTOR Magazine, “Why rising interest rates won’t necessarily slow home purchases”. Yun goes on to say “Buyers are pulling back. Home prices have been rising too much relative to income for many would-be buyers to keep pace. Since 2011, the US median home price has risen 55 % while wages are up only 18%. Now the Federal Reserve has become more aggressive against inflation: with several short-term interest rate increases over the past year and more likely on the horizon, mortgage rates are trending up. Yun continues, “It’s not all bad news, though. The Reason for the Fed’s rate hike is that the economy is roaring. As long as the economy stays strong, home sales could head up-even as rates continue to rise”.
However according to new data from Realtor.com’s 2019 housing forecast, “rising rates will make it more difficult to buy or sell a home next year”. The website found that with interest rates expected to 5.5 % by the end of 2019 and monthly mortgage payments to rise 8%, home ownership will be more out of reach – especially for Millenials – than ever before. “These increases, say Realtor.com’s chief economist Danielle Hill, may force buyers to downsize the type of home they are looking for and may knock buyers out of the market entirely. As for Sellers, they will need to be mindful of these increases and shouldn’t necessarily expect to name their price and get it in full, which is a big change from the last couple of years”.
Call your Matt Bagley Team at ERA Realty Center 435-865-1019 or email bagleyteam@gmail.com for your free consultation, top marketing, expertise, knowledge and service. Call or text your Team with questions or concerns as well as for pricing and staging information. Matt Bagley 435-590-8788, Jennifer Corral 435-559-0366 and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley 435-559-7772.

 

UAR September 2018

October Fall 2018 Matt Bagley Team Newsletter

October Fall 2018 Matt Bagley Team Newsletter
It’s that time of year again where we get to see the magnificent colors of the leaves as they change and get ready to fall from the trees, with the colder temperatures creeping in. We are so blessed to live in such a beautiful area with so many things to see and do!
How’s the market? We’ve seen a slight increase in the interest rates as of late, which doesn’t seem to be slowing buyers down too much at this point. We are still seeing a low inventory of Homes on the market For Sale and have started seeing some recent price reductions. Homes are selling when priced correctly for the market and in show-ready condition to attract your buyer, so if you are thinking about selling your home contact your Matt Bagley Team to discuss selling your Real Estate quickly and for top dollar.
Our local market is still higher this year than last year at the same time, with closed sales up 19.1% for 2018. The Median Sales Price is $207,500 compared to $190,000 in 2017, according to the latest published Utah Association of REALTOR’s (UAR) Local Market Updates by County. See attached statistics for more details and for all counties.
Are we headed for a Recession? “Recession talk is heating up as concerns about a housing slow down are not supported by the data”. To quote Lawrence Yun NAR Chief Economist, “Is a recession looming? It’s an important question because the US economy has been experiencing one of its longest expansions ever. There were two recessions in the 1970’s, two in the 1980’s, one in the 1990’s and two in the 2000’s. Since 2010, there have been none”.
Yun goes on to say that “Consumer confidence this year is at an index level of 127, the highest reading in more than 20 years (with 100 considered neutral).” Yuns article that is published in the REALTOR September-October 2018 Magazine goes on to give several reasons why he believes, “The odds of a recession in 2019 are slight.”

Call your Matt Bagley Team at ERA Realty Center 435-865-1019 or email bagleyteam@gmail.com for your free consultation, top marketing, expertise, knowledge and service. Call or text your Team with questions or concerns as well as for pricing and staging: Matt Bagley 435-590-8788, Jennifer Corral 435-559-0366 and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley 435-559-7772.

UAR August 2018

Autumn 2018 Matt Bagley Team Newsletter Update

Autumn 2018 Matt Bagley Team Newsletter Update

“Where Are the Buyers?”

To further quote Lawrence Yun, National Association of REALTORs (NAR) chief economist, “The economy is solidly advancing. The anticipated growth rate of 4 to 5 percent in the second quarter is remarkable. For the year, the GDP will exceed 3 percent for the first time since 2005. Employment, likewise, is strong: 5 Million net new jobs over the past two years, pushing the unemployment rate down to 3.8 percent, the lowest rate in 50 years. Wages are up, too, by 2.8 percent over the last 12 months.” Yun continues, “There is more good news. Despite recent volatility, the stock market has been close to an all-time high.” The economy nationally and locally is excellent!

Yun laments, “And yet home sales are down 1 percent from this time last year, and homebuyer sentiment is tepid.” He asks, “What’s behind the mismatch? For many potential buyers, homes are just too expensive.”

How’s the market? Our local real estate market is thriving! It is true that we could sell more homes if our inventory was larger, but our closed sales are up 19.5% as compared to last year according to latest published Utah Association of REALTORs (UAR) Local Market Updates by County. $205,000 is the Median Sales Price compared to $189,900 in 2017. Our prices have not gone sky high as they have in some areas. See attached statistics for more details and for all counties.

The good news for our local real estate market is that we have more sales in 2018 than in 2017, and our prices are still affordable! With the low interest rates, it is a very good time to buy and sell your homes and properties. Payments can be very affordable whether buying your dream home or planning ahead to let your tenants pay of your rental property. Our market promises to continue strong. We are not seeing signs of a slowdown even though summer is out and fall is in.

Homes and properties are selling in every price range when priced with the market and in show-ready condition to attract your buyer. Call your Matt Bagley Team at 435-865-1019 today to discuss selling your real estate for top dollar quickly. Isn’t that what you want?

Our commitment to you is that our top marketing, expertise, knowledge, and service will continue.
What about your free real estate consultation? Call your Matt Bagley Team at 435-865-1019 today at ERA Realty Center or email bagleyteam@gmail.com. Call or text your team with questions and concerns as well as for pricing and staging: Matt Bagley 435-590-8788; Jennifer Corral, 435-559-0366; and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley 435-559-7772. This article written by Janet Naisbitt-Bagley

UAR July 2018

Matt Bagley Team Sizzling Hot August Real Estate Market Newsletter 2018

Matt Bagley Team Sizzling Hot August Real Estate Market Newsletter 2018

To rent or to buy seems to be the question in today’s market. “Line your investment portfolio with rental properties in a college town,” was something I read in a magazine many years ago. My thought was, “I live in a college town, and I am a REALTOR. I must get busy and buy!” I am so glad I did because my wonderful tenants have paid off the mortgages on my properties for me! It was nice of them, but I believe that the best plan is to buy properties for yourself rather than for your landlord. We do have investors looking for homes and multi-units now, but the inventory is low. Is there anything else you want to sell?

How’s the market? That is a question I am asked wherever I am! It is awesome! Closed sales are up 18.4% in Iron County as compared to the same date in 2017. The Median Sales Price has risen to $204,000 which is a 7.8% increase over the same time last year. See the attached latest published statistics from the Utah Association of REALTORS (UAR) for more details and for information on every county in Utah.

I believe now is a good time to buy and/or sell real estate. Interest rates may rise, but remember that they were two digits for many years. Rates are still excellent and help keep monthly payments affordable for qualified buyers! According to article in MReport August 2018, it is the low inventory and not the rates that keep more homes from selling.

Latest MLS statistics prove ERA Realty Center sells more of its own company listings as well as more of the Iron County Board of REALTOR’s listings than any other office April 1 through August 6, 2018. We are grateful for our loyal clients and customers! We will continue to use advanced technology and top marketing to sell our properties and homes. Our market plan works and is keeping ERA in the #1 spot in our area as it has for many years!

539 homes sold April 1 through August 6, 2018, and there are 185 homes with accepted contracts. 497 homes are available for sale in our local MLS. Lot sales trail far behind with only 138 sold and 43 with accepted contracts in that time period. Yet there are 840 lots on the market. See attached graphs for more details and for statistics on mobile home, condo/townhouse, acreage and farm/ranch sales. Commercial properties and development land are attracting very few buyers.

The Market Summary by Price for April 1 through August 6 shows 266 homes sold up to $199,999. Between $200,000 and $350,000, 295 home sold and 118 sold above $350,000.

Homes are selling in every price range with our aggressive advertising when they show well and are priced right. Call your Matt Bagley Team at 435-865-1019 at ERA Realty Center for tips on showcasing and pricing your real estate for a fast sale at top dollar. Isn’t that what you want?

According to MReport August 2018 Magazine, low- and moderate-income homebuyers are having difficulty obtaining a mortgage nationally. Therefore, some lenders are looking at making loans available to those with “credit invisibility.” Often they are treated as low-score buyers. The article states, “A borrower who demonstrates financial responsibility through the pursuit of a debt-free lifestyle should not be penalized for this worthwhile effort.” There are other options lenders are considering to help buyers buy. This would greatly assist buyers in our local market to qualify for loans.

If the inventory increases and if loans become more available, buyers could move forward and invest in their dream home! Multiple-offers and homes selling above market price are big deterrents for buyers here as well as in other areas. To quote Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist, National Association of REALTORs (NAR), “The root cause of the underperforming sales activity in much of the country so far this year continues to be the utter lack of available listings on the market to meet the strong demand for buying a home.”

Call your Matt Bagley Team at 435-865-1019 for your free real estate consultation today or email bagleyteam@gmail.com at ERA Realty Center. Call or text our team with questions and concerns and for pricing overview and staging consultation: Matt Bagley 435-590-8788, Jennifer Corral, 435-559-0366 and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley 435-559-7772. This article written by Janet Naisbitt-Bagley.

 

UAR June 2018

July 2018 Newsletter

WOW! In the 35 years I have been a REALTOR in Iron County, this is the first time I have seen our median price rise to $200,000! That is up 8.7% Year to Date (YTD) since last year! Closed sales have risen 19%! What a fantastic real estate market, and it promises to continue. See attached latest published Utah Association of REALTORS (UAR) s Wages are up, too, statistics for more details and for information on all counties in Utah.

Local and National real estate markets are alive and strong! In the July/August REALTOR magazine, Lawrence Yun, NAR Chief Economist informs, “The economy is solidly advancing.” “Employment, likewise, is strong;” “Wages are up, too, by 2.8 percent over the last 12 months.” He also said that the unemployment rate is “down to 3.8 percent, the lowest rate in 50 years.”

Here is the question Yun wonders, “And yet home sales are down 1 percent from this time last year, and homebuyer sentiment is tepid.” “What’s behind the mismatch? He says, “For many potential buyers, homes are just too expensive.” Yun suggests more construction is needed and that perhaps modular homes or smaller lots could bring on more affordable housing.

More inventory is still the answer to what is needed! When 3 buyers make offers on the same home, top dollar is paid to win the home and only one closed sale results instead of 3. Rising interest rates are not helping the current real estate market at all, but they are still very low when compared to past double digit rates. The current market is still positive for Buying and Selling Real Estate in my opinion.

Aggressive marketing is a must in the current real estate market, and your Matt Bagley Team’s top marketing works! I don’t know of anyone that advertises more aggressively! Our online advertising goes all over the nation and worldwide! It is global and we use top technology! Our homes and properties are on all 3 major multiple list services (MLSs) in Utah! We market to both buyers and to REALTORS. We will be the reason your home or property sells no matter which REALTOR your buyer calls! We work hard for you and we will continue to do so. We try to have an ad wherever your buyer might look including on-line!

Do you want your home or property to attract the very next buyer? Call your Matt Bagley Team at 435-865-1019 at ERA Realty Center today for your free real estate consultation. We can help you price to get top dollar quickly, so ask for your free market overview today! Your Team can also help you stage and showcase your home to be charming for your pictures that go worldwide and also for your home showings to attract your top dollar offer! You can also email us at bagleyteam@gmail.com. Call or text Matt Bagley at 435-590-8788, Jennifer Corral at 435-559-0366 and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley at 435-559-7772. This real estate update was written by Janet Naisbitt-Bagley.

 

UAR May 2018

WHAT?  WHAT Is Today’s Market Doing?  Find Out in This May 2018 Matt Bagley Team Real Estate Newsletter Update!

WHAT?  WHAT Is Today’s Market Doing?  Find Out in This May 2018 Matt Bagley Team Real Estate Newsletter Update!

 

Wow!  The market is looking good for buyers and sellers! Interest rates and prices make homes affordable in this positive and steady market.  We are going to have an awesome summer!  Closed sales are up 15.3%, and the Median Sales Price in our local Iron County Market is now $195,000 which is up 8.2% Year to date per the latest published Utah Association of REALTORS Local Market Updates by County.  See attached for details and information on every county in Utah.

 

What homes are selling?  Homes that are in good condition and that are priced to compete in this market are selling quickly with our Team’s top technology, advertising and negotiating skills.  Location is important, so homes should be priced to compete with homes in similar locations!  Call our Team today for our trained suggestions on pricing and staging, to help your home or property attract the next buyer!  I don’t know of anyone that advertises more aggressively for you to succeed!

 

What do buyers want?  Existing homes are the top attraction!  Some buyers are preferring new construction, so lots are selling.  A new home can cost a bit more to get exactly what is wanted however.  We are seeing some delays in construction due to non-availability of subcontractors to finish the project. Location is always a big consideration.  Some want a home within walking distance of town, temple, churches, restaurants, schools, etc.  Others want a little land and perhaps some animals. Convenient locations and open floor plans are popular.  Most are looking for attractive homes that are already repaired and in good condition.  Fixing up in advance is best for top dollar.  We are seeing buyers moving to luxurious upscale homes and some that are downsizing to smaller square footage.  Energy efficiency is important.  Investors are looking for rental properties that their tenants will pay off the mortgages for them.  A few commercial and development properties are attracting attention.

 

No matter what the goals of buyers and sellers, our Team works hard to succeed!  Happiness is contagious, and we use our professional expertise, experience, top service, technology and training to turn your realty dreams into reality! That brings joy, success and satisfaction to everyone in the transaction as buyers move in and love their homes and sellers move on to succeed in finding their future real estate dreams come true.

 

According to an article on page 27 in The Residential Specialist May + June Magazine, “In December 2017, housing inventory was down 10.3% from a year earlier.  It has declined for 31 consecutive months on a year-on-year basis.”  Our low-inventory can be navigated with hard work from our Team of experts!  This article goes on to say, “Fortunately, the challenges aren’t insurmountable.  When you know how to strategize effectively, low inventory can be just as fruitful as it is frustrating.”  Your Matt Bagley Team has many years of experience and we are trained to help you succeed in every real estate market no matter what the challenges.

 

I do love real estate!  This is an exciting market!  Please call the Matt Bagley Team today for your free real estate consultation and for answers to all of your questions and concerns at 435-865-1019 at ERA Realty Center or email our Bagleyteam@gmail.com.  Please call or text our Team:  Matt Bagley at 435-590-8788, Jennifer Corral at 435-559-0366 and Janet Naisbitt-Bagley at 435-559-7772.  We want to help you to succeed!

 

 

UAR March 2018

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