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5 Ways the Springfield Real Estate Industry is Changing in 2023

While some basics about real estate will never change, the industry is constantly modified to keep in step with economic changes, updates to industry standards, technological advances and shifts in real estate trends. Along with all this, lawmakers are continually updating the tax codes which affect real estate transactions. Keeping your eyes on the horizon … Continued

How a Hybrid Agent Can Help You Buy the Perfect Property in Springfield

Naturally, you want to buy the perfect property in Springfield. But, for many buyers, their first thought is to find an excellent real estate agent to help them find their new home, unaware of how working with a hybrid agent offers advantages over the traditional option. Primarily, buyers seek the guidance of those experienced with … Continued

5 People to Partner With When Selling Your House in Springfield

When selling your house, you will encounter many people and potential buyers walking through during showings. For those considering listing on your own to save money, you should know that the abysmal statistics show that only 8 percent of successful home sales are FSBO. They sell for much lower than they would with an agent; … Continued

What Springfield Real Estate Buyers and Sellers Can Expect in 2023

A renewed focus on homeownership brought about by the pandemic changed the perspective of the population that would generally be renters. As a result, Springfield real estate investors should be aware that this driving force is now cooling and consider adjusting their investment strategy accordingly. So read on as we explore what Springfield real estate … Continued

3 Things You Should Know About Inheriting Real Estate in Springfield

It may sound exciting to have inherited real estate. However, quite often, the reality of inheriting real estate from well-meaning loved ones or friends isn’t pleasant, rarely is the property pristine and free of debt. Therefore, it’s beneficial to consult an attorney and accountant experienced in real estate, whether you have inherited the property alone … Continued

5 Signs it is Time to Sell Your House in Springfield

Selling your home is a big decision, and there’s no guidebook to let you sellers know they’re making the right choice by selling now. However, life has a way of evolving, and sometimes we too must make changes to accommodate life, including selling our home to live in a space more suited to our current … Continued

4 Tips to Help You Sell Your House Without an Agent in Springfield

Selling your home independently, or FSBO, without the assistance of professional real estate agents, can be overwhelming at best. If you’re like many other home sellers, your immediate thought upon deciding to sell was to call a real estate agent, quickly followed by cringing at the thought of paying their high real estate commissions.  Stepping … Continued

What to do With Your Costly Springfield Fixer-Upper Property

Unfortunately for owners of fixer-uppers, when competing in the real estate market, most buyers search online for properties they can move into immediately. As a result, the likelihood is high that they will scroll right by a listing that doesn’t present well. As a result, sellers understand they are up against a severe challenge when … Continued

5 Tips for People Who Have Inherited Real Estate in Springfield

When you’ve inherited real estate in Springfield, it doesn’t necessarily mean congratulations are in order. Instead, it’s the beginning of a long road of decisions and details to handle at an emotionally difficult time. However, as the clock keeps ticking, holding costs will begin to add up, and you’ll need to take quick action to … Continued

For Sale By Owner in Springfield: The Costs, the Time, and the Results

How well listing fares on the Springfield real estate market and how many days on the market depends significantly on your home’s condition and willingness or ability to rectify any glaring issues. You’ll also need to pay for any necessary repairs or replacements, either upfront or through negotiating the cost of the repairs with your … Continued