An Expert Gives You Clarity in Today’s Housing Market
To provide you with the best advice, a real estate expert draws on their understanding of what is actually occurring with home prices, housing supply, professional estimates, and other factors. Now is the time to have someone who can give that kind of clarity. Jay Thompson, a consultant for the real estate sector, 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.”
Uncertainty and panic can unfortunately be very prevalent in the market when there is ambiguous information in the media. According to Parcl's co-founder and chief data officer, Jason Lewis:
“In the absence of trustworthy, up-to-date information, real estate decisions are increasingly being driven by fear, uncertainty, and doubt.”
Nevertheless, things don't have to be that way. A huge decision like purchasing a home should give you confidence. You can rely on an expert to assist you to distinguish truth from fiction and obtain the necessary information.
The right agent can explain events at the local and national levels to you and debunk news stories using reliable data. Experts have extensive expertise in the field and can provide context, enabling you to understand how current trends compare to typical industry ebbs and flows, historical statistics, and more.
An agent can then inform you if your local area is following the national trend or if they're seeing something different in your market to ensure that you have the whole picture. You can combine all of that knowledge to come to the best decision.
After all, moving is a significant event that could alter your life. It ought to be something that excites and prepare you. And that's when a reliable specialist steps in.
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