4 tips to close the deal for your dream home in Phoenix

During a pandemic, who would have thought Phoenix would be one of the hottest real estate markets in America?

PHOENIX – During a pandemic, who would have thought Phoenix would be one of the hottest real estate markets in America?

According to Valley Realtors, people are moving from California, Seattle, Oregon, the Midwest, and the East Coast.

Some people come here to retire while others move for work as more businesses move down the valley.

Therefore, it is difficult to buy a home at the moment because the supply is low and the demand is high. So we spoke to a group of real estate agents to find out how to buy the home of your dreams: Mike and Jessica Hoffman from Hoffman Realty Group at HomeSmart, and Bobby Romero, Holly Henbest, Elyus Black, and Jeremy Rangel from Realty One Group.

Here are her 4 secrets to buying your dream home and standing out from the competition:

Write a personal note

“We encourage people to write personal letters and biographies, including photos of their job, family, dog, whatever it takes to make that difference and make your offering stand out,” said the Hoffmans.

You recently had a customer who was a nurse write a letter to a homeowner who was also a nurse. And because of this personal connection, her client got the house.

Find out what the seller is looking for

We know cash is king, but it doesn’t stop there. Romero suggested that the seller be accommodated. You can do this by checking to see if the seller has a specific close date or by paying a larger deposit.

“I also have some people who forego evaluation options. So if the house does not evaluate, they move on and close the house,” said Romero.

Leaseback to the seller

Henbest closed a house and offered this example: “Our buyers are buying the house and will lease it back to the seller for a period of time because the seller needed the money from his house to be able to buy their next home. They did not succeed in buying another house that they needed the money for. And now they can move on to a house and move around. “

Choose the right agent

All of our brokers emphasized the importance of this, especially now when the competition to buy is so fierce. They guess choosing the right agent means finding someone who is on your time. The moment you want to see a house, be it during the week, morning or evening, they are there for you. Black added, “I think it’s a good idea to interview agents when you start the buying process or when you make a decision to buy a home. Ask an agent how they might navigate and remove any obstacles that could prevent your offer from being accepted. ”

Finally, if you don’t get the house you wanted, Henbest said, don’t be discouraged.

“If it is meant to be, it will be and it will happen. And you have to do your best to be aggressive and put your best foot forward. And many people who miss opportunities may have a reason. Perhaps there’s a silver lining as to why they didn’t get what they got so far. But the right one is coming. “

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