What Would You Sell Your Home For
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What Price Would You Sell Your Home For?

Have you been monitoring the home sales in your neighborhood? Are you not seeing the sale prices that you would need to make it possible for you to move? Please know, there are many people in your situation. They’d like to move to be closer to family or adopt a more fitting lifestyle, but they don’t want to short sale their home or foresee themselves making enough profit to cover the relocation. Sound familiar? Well, we at The Cameron Team want to know…

What price WOULD you sell your home for?

Why do we care? The local real estate market has about a 5 month supply of homes. That is a tight supply and, on more than one occasion, we’ve had to do some real digging to find a home meeting a client’s needs. We don’t mean searching every Active home in the Multiple Listing Service. We mean contacting the owners of homes that never sold, asking our social media followers for help, and sending out emails asking for pocket listings. It’s been a little exhausting at times.

So, we want to put this out in the open…

If you have a desire to sell, but aren’t 100% happy with the sale prices you’ve been seeing, go to our website and fill out the form to tell us what price you would sell for.

Of course, be realistic. Our intention is to have a go-to list of potential home sellers in case one of our current buyers isn’t finding a home that fits their needs. As much as we’d like to sell your 1,200 square-foot home for $500,000, it probably won’t happen. Unless, of course, this home is on 6 acres of prime waterfront property.

In this market, you just never know what may happen. So, don’t hesitate to notify us of your ideal sale price. Even if we don’t have a buyer right now, we may sometime down the road, and we don’t want you to miss out on a chance to make your dreams happen.

If you have any questions, you can always reach us at (910) 202-2546!


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