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The Types Of Markets

May 18, 2016 SPONSORED


It’s a buyer’s market. It’s a seller’s market. You’ve probably heard these terms before. But what do they really mean when you’re considering buying or selling a home?

A buyer’s market exists when the supply of homes in a particular market exceeds the demand. Since there are more homes for sale, and fewer buyers, homes tend to stay on the market longer and prices may drop.

As a home shopper, you would have more time to look for a home, and more negotiating leverage.

In a seller’s market, by contrast, there are more buyers looking around than there are homes for sale. This would be an advantage when selling a home because the demand would likely cause the home to sell more quickly and for a better price.

As a home shopper, however, you would have to make decisions more quickly, since others may be interested in the same properties.

As you can see, each market has its pros and cons – for both buyers and sellers.

Luckily, a Realtor® who understands your local market can help you navigate through either market condition and help get you into your next dream home.

Your Real Estate Connection:

Marina Gavrylyuk

Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty



Marina Gavrylyuk

Sales Representative

Sutton Group-Summit Realty Inc. Brokerage

1100 Burnhamthorpe Road West #27

Mississauga, Ontario, L5C 4G4

Cell: 416-843-1515

Tel.: 905-897-9555

Email: Marina@MarinaG.ca




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