Thursday, May 1st, 2014 by Office
Washington DC Homeowners who are looking to sell their properties are better off doing so around this time of year as more DC buyers are said to compete for the best options. Donna Evers, the president of Evers & Co. Real Estate, gave the lowdown on this trend:
The Washington D.C. residential real estate market showed its lowest inventory numbers in the last decade, due to lingering winter weather conditions. The extended winter has caused an epidemic of pent-up demand throughout the area. As the weather warms and more homes become available, the buying competition will be fierce.
“More than fifty percent of our sales this month have been multiple contract competitions,” says Donna Evers, president and broker of Evers & Co. Real Estate. “I believe we’re going to see a very competitive spring market that will most likely last well through the summer.”
If you are looking to list your home up for sale and want to take advantage of the emerging trends, you must be prepared to perform some home improvements that will raise the value of your property. You should have your home inspected and evaluated by professionals and have repairs, replacements, and additions done if needed.
If you are unsure which improvements you should prioritize, it is best to consult professionals such as Maggio Roofing. They specialize in different services that can increase the value of your home.
One thing that they can help you with is Washington DC gutter installation. Gutters play an important role in keeping your property’s structural integrity. Those that are improperly installed or are damaged can hugely affect your home’s value in a negative way. This is why you must not settle for anything less than reliable services.
For your Washington DC gutters and roofing needs, there is no one better company to call than Maggio Roofing. Contact them today and discuss how they can help you enhance your property’s value.
(Article from “Low Inventory Spawns Highly Competitive D.C. Spring Real Estate Market”; April 16, 2014)