Real Estate Roundup – July 28, 2017

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Eight Ways to Avoid Being Disappointed About the Condition of Your New Home
When you’re about to close on your new home, few things can bring your mood down from the clouds. One exception, of course, is when your new home is left in a subpar state.

“Nothing can dampen a buyer’s enthusiasm for the sale like walking in and seeing it empty and dirty,” says Donna Cox, a real estate associate broker with Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate Rand Realty in Nyack, New York.

Realtors: ‘The Recession Has Finally Disappeared’
President Mario Carey of Better Homes & Gardens MCR Bahamas Group urged potential buyers to move quickly as increased demand was beginning to drive up prices.

How To Build A Network As A Real Estate Agent In A Brand New Area
It’s hard being the new real estate agent in town, especially when the success of your business is contingent upon a solid network. Inman breaks down three essential tips you can use to build your network and become the top real estate agent in your new area.

Can We Count on Gen Z to Have Buying Power?
As the latest generation comes of age, it’s worth taking a closer look at this group to see if they buy into the U.S. philosophy on homeownership that has prevailed for so many years. According to Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate, 97 percent of Generation Z believe that they will own a home in the future. Eighty-two percent signal that homeownership is the most important factor in achieving the American Dream.

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