My featured column in Curbed this week, discusses how to use speed as a winning strategy to get the home you want.
In this low inventory, multiple offer, over-ask real estate market, speed starts with being the first to see the newly listed property. As an agent, I often try to get offers accepted less than 24-hours after a newly listed home comes to market. In other words, the deal wraps up even before other buyers and agents find out the property was available.
Offers with speedy timelines are also less risky and less costly for owners to take. To see why, check out my post!
About David Bates
David Bates is a top producing real estate agent who has sold condominiums, single families, and investment property in a variety of Boston neighborhoods and many of the city's better suburbs.
His insights appear not only in in this original content blog, but also in the most established local media, including Banker and Tradesman, Boston Magazine, Boston.Curbed.com, The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, Bloomberg News and NECN.
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