The housing market continues to shift and change, and in a fast-moving landscape like we’re in right now, it’s more important than ever to have a trusted real estate agent on your side. Whether you’re buying your first home or selling once again, it’s mission critical to work with an expert who can guide you through each unique step of the process.
The reality is, not all agents operate the same way. To truly make a powerful and confident decision as you buy or sell a home, you need a real estate expert who uses their knowledge of what’s really happening with home prices, housing supply, industry projections, and more to give you the best possible advice. Someone who can provide clarity and trust like that is essential to your success. Jay Thompson, Real Estate Industry Consultant, explains:
“Housing market headlines are everywhere. Many are quite sensational, ending with exclamation points or predicting impending doom for the industry. Clickbait, the sensationalizing of headlines and content, has been an issue since the dawn of the internet, and housing news is not immune to it.”
Unfortunately, when information in the media isn’t clear, it can generate a lot of fear and uncertainty for consumers. As Jason Lewris, Co-Founder and Chief Data Officer at Parcl, says:
“In the absence of trustworthy, up-to-date information, real estate decisions are increasingly being driven by fear, uncertainty, and doubt.”
But it doesn’t have to be that way. Buying a home is a big decision, and it should be one you feel confident making. You can lean on us help you separate fact from fiction and get the answers you need. We have in-depth knowledge of the industry and can provide context, so you know how current trends compare to the normal ebbs and flows in the housing market, historical data, and more.
After all, making a move is a potentially life-changing milestone. It should be something you feel ready for and excited about. And that’s where we come in.
The local housing market is on a different track than the national market. Since January 2023, in Santa Clara County for single family homes, prices have increased 7.6% and sales have more than doubled, while the number of homes for sale have increased by only 11 units (~2%). The low inventory (555 single family homes) combined with strong buyer demand is helping fuel the local real estate market with strong price support in most areas in Santa Clara County.
If you want sound advice and trusted information about our local housing market, let’s connect or call us today at 408-647-7211.
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