This is a sponsored post by Eve Thompson of Reston Real Estate.
The market continues to move at an extremely fast pace, leaving many buyers feeling like they will never snag the golden ring of a ratified sales contract. Buyers are waiving all kinds of protections to be the winning offeror.
Buyers: Your best bet is to be ready. Get all your paperwork into your lender so the only thing needed is a ratified sales contract. Work with your agent to hone in on location first and then focus on properties. In the end, location is the thing you can’t change.
Move quickly. When you find one that fits, write the offer! This market is really hard for people who have a slower decision-making process. If you are in this category, do lots of homework. Look at lots of property online, go to open houses and understand the finances. This way when you find one you like you feel more prepared to make the offer.
Here is a list of a few of the new listings in Reston this week:
- 1403 Newport Spring Court — 3 BD/3.5 BA — $550,000 — Open Sunday
- 2337 Lovedale Lane #411B — 2 BD/2 BA — $374,990 — Open Sunday
- 2337 Colts Brook Drive — 4 BD/3.5 BA — $669,900
- 1930 Upper Lake Drive — 4 BD/3 BA — $1,695,000
For information on great Reston neighborhoods or if you would like a free valuation of your home, please feel free to contact me.
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