5 Sizzling Reasons To Buy A Home During Housing’s Hottest Season

The Heat Is On: 5 Sizzling Reasons to Buy a Home During Housing’s Hottest Season
By Rena Behar | Jun 15, 2017
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The days are getting longer. Ice cream truck jingles echo up and down the block. But the surest sign that summer is here? It just might be those “For Sale” signs popping up like dandelions in your neighborhood.

Yep, we’re smack dab in the middle of the most popular time of the year to buy and sell a home. If you’re thinking of starting your home search, your first instinct as a savvy shopper might be to stay away and wait for the weather—and the market—to cool down. Why battle the crowds and bidding wars if you’re in no rush to move?

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But there’s no reason to sweat the idea of buying in the summer. In fact, there are some distinct advantages to making your way into the marketplace during housing’s hottest season—as long as you can stand the heat of a little competition.

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1. Prices aren’t necessarily higher

“A huge myth about the real estate market is that homes sell for more in the summer and less in the winter. This is simply not true,” says Dippy Chhina of Dippy Real Estate.

Let’s be clear: Home prices do usually peak in June–August. And it’s a seller’s market in most areas. But other forces beyond the summer sun play a major role in a home’s asking price, Chhina notes. They include the number of similar homes also for sale in a given area, interest rates, and the job market.

“What is true, however, is that there are more homes on the market in summer than in the winter, and there is also a higher number of sales in the summer than the winter,” Chhina says.

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Which leads us to our next summer-buying advantage.

2. Inventory is broader

You wouldn’t buy a car from a dealer with only two models for sale, so why limit your options when it comes to picking a house? The open-plan kitchen you’ve been yearning for or a home in a stellar school district is much more likely to pop up in a busier marketplace.

“The large inventory offers significantly more opportunities for purchasers to identify specific floor plans, amenities, and locations,” says Sarah Lilly of Five Star Lakeshore Real Estate. Buyers “feel more confident in their search because additional properties hit the market every week.”

In some less competitive markets, knowing that there are plenty of homes for sale can give you more leverage for price negotiation, and peace of mind knowing that if you have to walk to away, another home will be just around the corner.

3. Buying and selling at the same time could be easier

If you need to sell your current home before you can buy another, you’ll likely have an easier time with the balancing act during the summer. Rather than getting trapped with two mortgages, you could have a more seamless transition in a busier market.

“If the client needs to sell a home before buying, the home will be more likely to sell, and potentially at a good price, allowing the client to purchase their new home sooner,” says Joe Lopez of Connect Realty.

But remember, these transactions take time, so if you’re planning on pulling off a double act, get ready as soon as possible so you can capture as much of that golden season as you can.

4. School’s out for summer

Any beleaguered parent can tell you why this factor is crucial. By waiting until summer to make your move, you can minimize disruption to your kids’ lives. Plus, their schedule is clear to bring them along to showings. (Beware, though, not all agents appreciate young kids underfoot.)

“House hunting during the summer break from school means that kids can more readily attend showings— important when offer time is of the essence and parents want each member to approve of the new family home,” says Orlando Regional Realtor Association President Bruce Elliott, of Regal R.E. Professionals.

And if the sellers have kids, they might also be trying to cement a sale in time for the new school year—and will likely be more motivated toward the end of the season.

“Sellers who find their properties still on the market as summer draws to a close and the ranks of buyers thin out may be more open to price negotiation,” Elliott says. “In addition, those buyers who were unable to secure a home after months of looking and making offers may become fatigued and drop out of the hunt.”

5. You’ll get to know the lay of the land

It’s easier to do a little detective work on your potential home when the weather’s nice and the days are longer. Trees and flowers are in full bloom, so you’ll get a better idea of your prospective new yard. You can step out on that back porch and envision what it will really, truly be like to live there and host your long-anticipated Margarita Mondays. Plus, everyone’s more active, so you’ll get a better feel for the community.

“Summer brings people out of their homes, so while you are home shopping with your agent, you will get the chance to take the pulse of the neighborhood and see your potential neighbors,” says Kyle Springer of South Central Homes.

“Families can often get a feel for the neighborhood’s kid population during the day in the summer,” Elliott says. “Here in Orlando, where daytime temperatures reach the high 90s and so many homes have pools, buyers listen for sounds of shouting and splashing.”

But beware! Sometimes the romance of summer can distract you from some red flags.

“It is fine to stop and smell the roses, but also pay attention to what lurks behind them,” says Jerry Grodesky of Farm and Lake Houses Real Estate.

For example: the eyesore of a junk pile in your neighbor’s yard. Or the giant cellphone tower you didn’t see through those beautifully full trees—that now you can’t unsee. And make sure that foliage isn’t blocking any potential problems with the home, such as foundation issues or peeling roof tiles.

You should also use this opportunity to test how the property holds up in warm weather. See how well the air conditioning works when it’s pushing 100 degrees outside, and open all the windows to see if any stick or simply won’t open. Of course, your home inspector will check these things, but it never hurts to get a jump-start.
Rena Behar is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn. She’s contributed to The Wirecutter, Groupon, Texas Monthly, and other publications. Follow @renadb

Could Paint Be an Energy Source for Homes?

Could Paint Be an Energy Source for Homes?

DAILY REAL ESTATE NEWS | TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 2017
The paint on the wall may soon be a source of energy for a home. Researchers at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, say “solar paint” will be available to homeowners in the next few years.

It’s a sunlight-absorbing paint developed by RMIT researchers that produces hydrogen fuel from solar energy and moist air. Even a brick wall could potentially be turned into an energy-harvesting form of real estate, says lead researcher Torben Daeneke.

“Our new development has a big range of advantages,” Daeneke told Science Daily. “There’s no need for clean or filtered water to feed the system. Any place that has water vapor in the air—even remote areas far from water—can produce fuel. … This system can also be used in very dry but hot climates near oceans. The sea water is evaporated by the hot sunlight, and the vapor can then be absorbed to produce fuel. This is an extraordinary concept, making fuel from the sun and water vapor in the air.”

Source: “Solar Paint Offers Endless Energy From Water Vapor,” Science Daily (June 14, 2017)

Home for Sale 1111 S 19th Street Harrisburg

1111 S 19TH STREET HARRISBURG, PA 17104 MLS# 210668 $49,000 Home For Sale, Short Sale

3 beds  |  2 baths  |  1177 sqft

  


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Property Description
Newer roof & newer hot water heater

Details
Maps
Documents
Contract Information
List Price: 49000Status: Active
Existing/New: E
Property Information
Type of Property: ResidentialRealtor.com Type: Residential – Single Family
Total Acres: 0.11Total Bedrooms: 3
Total Full Baths: 1Total Half Baths: 1
Total Bathrooms: 2Fin SqFt Above Grade: 1177
Year Built: 1900
Location, Legal and Taxes
County: DauphinStreet Number: 1111
Directional: SStreet/Road Name: 19TH
Street Suffix: STREETState/Province: PA
Zip Code: 17104Franklin Map Page: 0000
Franklin Map Row: 00School District: Harrisburg City
APN #/Tax Parcel ID: 010060040000000Municipality/Townshp: Harrisburg City
Deed/Ref #: xxxxxxxDeed Record Date: 1990-01-01
Directions & Remarks
Directions: Rt 83 to 19th Street, house on left.Public Remarks: Newer roof & newer hot water heater
Bank Owned/REO: NoCondo/HOA/PUD: No
Miscellaneous
# Off Str Prking Spc: 2Electric Amps: 100
Property Features
Stories: 1.5 Story
Design: Traditional
Type: Detached
Construction: Masonry; Stick Built
Exterior: Brick
Roof: Composite Shingles
Lot Description: Level
Lot Size: Less Than .25 Ac
Zoning: Res/Multi-Family
Age: 51 – 99 Years
Dining Area: Dining Area
Items Incl in Sale: None
Interior Features: None
Misc Exterior: None
Fencing: None
Basement: Concrete
Heat: Oil
Auxiliary Heat: None
Cooling: Window Unit(s)
Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Hot Water: Electric
Parking: 1 Car Garage; Off Street Parking
Access/Limitations: Public Road
Condition: Average
Documents Available: Sellers Disclosure
Room Information
RoomFlooringRoom LevelLengthWidth
Living RoomHardwoodMain1512
Dining RoomHardwoodMain149
KitchenVinylMain1012
Bedroom 1HardwoodUpper189
Bedroom 2HardwoodUpper1011
Bedroom 3HardwoodUpper108

Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Select Profs. Home for sale, Short sale

Office Phone: 717-735-8400

Last Updated: October – 09 – 2013

All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Participants, and their affiliated licensees, shall indicate on their websites that IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Copyright 2005 Keystone MLS Network, Inc.

Wednesday 9th of October 2013 10:09 PM

Home for Sale 83 Wild Cherry Lane Marietta PA

83 WILD CHERRY LANE MARIETTA, PA 17547 $140,000 MLS# 212874 Home for Sale

3 beds  |  2 baths  |  1280 sqft


  


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Property Description
Well maintained townhome, spacious kitchen w/ large island & tile backsplash. Large master bedroom w/ walk-in closet. Ceramic tile floor, fenced yard w/ storage shed.

Details
Maps
Documents
Contract Information
List Price: 140000Status: Active
Existing/New: ELand Use Code: AG-824
Property Information
Type of Property: ResidentialRealtor.com Type: Residential – Condo/Townhouse
Total Acres: 0.4Total Bedrooms: 3
Total Full Baths: 1Total Half Baths: 1
Total Bathrooms: 2Fin SqFt Above Grade: 1280
Year Built: 1994
Location, Legal and Taxes
County: LancasterStreet Number: 83
Street/Road Name: WILD CHERRYStreet Suffix: LANE
State/Province: PAZip Code: 17547
School District: DonegalElementary School: Riverview
Middle School: DonegalHigh School: Donegal
APN #/Tax Parcel ID: 1500049000000Assessment: 93300
Municipality/Townshp: East DonegalDeed/Ref #: 05072247
Deed Record Date: 2013-09-26Annual County Tax: 348.48
Annual Municipal Tax: 349.88Annual School Tax: 2000.85
Total Taxes: 2699.21
Directions & Remarks
Directions: Rt 441 to Rt 743 through Maytown, Right on Rosewood,Right on Thornapple, Left on Wild Cherry. Home on the left.Public Remarks: Well maintained townhome, spacious kitchen w/ large island & tile backsplash. Large master bedroom w/ walk-in closet. Ceramic tile floor, fenced yard w/ storage shed.
Bank Owned/REO: NoShort Sale: No
Condo/HOA/PUD: No
Miscellaneous
Electric Amps: 200
Property Features
Stories: 2 Story
Design: Traditional
Type: Row Home/Townhouse
Construction: Stick Built
Exterior: Brick
Roof: Composite Shingles
Lot Description: Fenced
Lot Size: Less Than .25 Ac
Zoning: Residential
Age: 11 – 20 Years
Dining Area: Eat-in Kitchen; Dining Area
Miscellaneous Rooms: None
Fireplace: None
Items Incl in Sale: Refrigerator; Satellite Dish
Interior Features: Built-in Dishwasher; Garbage Disposal; Gas Oven/Range; Kitchen Island; Cable TV Available; Ceiling Fan(s); Smoke Alarm
Misc Exterior: Screens; Deck; Shed; Insulated Windows
Fencing: Vinyl
Basement: Full
Heat: Natural Gas; Forced Air
Cooling: None
Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Hot Water: Gas
Parking: Off Street Parking
ASC/Condo Fee Incl: None
Condo Amenities: None
Condition: Very Good
Room Information
RoomFlooringRoom LevelLengthWidth
Living RoomCeramic TileMain1911
KitchenCeramic TileMain1912
Bedroom 1Wall to WallUpper1412
Bedroom 2Wall to WallUpper109
Bedroom 3Wall to WallUpper1010
Bath 1Ceramic TileMain
Bath 2Ceramic TileUpper

Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Select Profs. Home for sale.

Office Phone: 717-735-8400

Last Updated: October – 03 – 2013

All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Participants, and their affiliated licensees, shall indicate on their websites that IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Copyright 2005 Keystone MLS Network, Inc.

Wednesday 9th of October 2013 07:08 PM

Home for Sale 504 High St Lancaster, PA

$79,900 504 HIGH STREET LANCASTER, PA 17602 MLS# 212847 home for sale Lancaster, PA 17603

4 beds  |  1 baths  |  1975 sqft


  


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Property Description
Fabulous very large well kept city home. Newer gas heating system. Newer AC, large open flowing rooms. All windows are caped with aluminum. Very low maintenance.All new floors on first floor. Insulated basement, new bathroom sink, cabinets, toilet and flooring, newly repainted 1st and 2nd floors, New roof over porch, New roof boots around all roof vents, all new locks with matching deadbolts

Details
Maps
Documents
Contract Information
List Price: 79900Status: Active
Existing/New: ELand Use Code: C-540
Property Information
Type of Property: ResidentialRealtor.com Type: Residential – Condo/Townhouse
Total Acres: 0.05Total Bedrooms: 4
Total Full Baths: 1Total Bathrooms: 1
Fin SqFt Above Grade: 1975Year Built: 1860
Location, Legal and Taxes
County: LancasterStreet Number: 504
Street/Road Name: HIGHStreet Suffix: STREET
State/Province: PAZip Code: 17602
School District: LancasterElementary School: Verify
Middle School: VerifyHigh School: McCaskey
APN #/Tax Parcel ID: 3389396600000Assessment: 68000
Municipality/Townshp: Lancaster CityDeed/Ref #: 00000
Deed Record Date: 2013-10-01Annual County Tax: 253.98
Annual Municipal Tax: 886.72Annual School Tax: 1762.72
Total Taxes: 2903.42
Directions & Remarks
Directions: E on King Street; R on Strawberry; R on High StreetPublic Remarks: Fabulous very large well kept city home. Newer gas heating system. Newer AC, large open flowing rooms. All windows are caped with aluminum. Very low maintenance.All new floors on first floor. Insulated basement, new bathroom sink, cabinets, toilet and flooring, newly repainted 1st and 2nd floors, New roof over porch, New roof boots around all roof vents, all new locks with matching deadbolts
Bank Owned/REO: NoShort Sale: No
Condo/HOA/PUD: No
Property Features
Stories: 2.5 Story
Design: Traditional
Type: Row Home/Townhouse
Construction: Stick Built
Exterior: Brick; Stucco
Roof: Composite Shingles
Lot Description: Clear; Fenced; Level; Not in Development
Lot Size: .25 Ac to LT .50 Ac
Zoning: Residential
Age: 100+ Years
Dining Area: Eat-in Kitchen; Breakfast Bar; Formal Dining Room; Dining Area
Miscellaneous Rooms: 1st Floor Family Rm; Den/Office; Foyer; Laundry Room
Fireplace: None
Items Incl in Sale: Dryer; Refrigerator; Home Warranty; Washer; Window Treatments
Interior Features: None
Misc Exterior: None
Basement: Concrete; Drain; Unfinished
Heat: Natural Gas; Forced Air
Auxiliary Heat: None
Cooling: Central Air
Water: Public Water
Sewer: Public Sewer
Hot Water: Gas
Parking: On Street Parking
Access/Limitations: Public Road
ASC/Condo Fee Incl: None
Condo Amenities: None
Room Information
RoomFlooringRoom LevelLengthWidthRoom Remarks
Living RoomWall to WallMain1210Hardwood floors under carpet
Dining RoomWall to WallMain1412Hardwood floors under carpet
Family RoomCeramic TileMain1513
KitchenVinylMain1513
Bedroom 1Wall to WallUpper1212
Bedroom 2Wall to WallUpper1610
Bedroom 3Wall to WallUpper1112
Bedroom 4Wall to WallUpper1616
Bath 1VinylUpper148
Laundry RoomVinylMain1413

Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Select Profs.

Office Phone: 717-735-8400

Last Updated: October – 03 – 2013

All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Participants, and their affiliated licensees, shall indicate on their websites that IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Copyright 2005 Keystone MLS Network, Inc.

Saturday 5th of October 2013 12:03 AM

1170 Forest Drive Abbottstown PA Foreclosure home for sale


$105,600

This home is under contract in less then 48 hours!

1170 FOREST DRIVE
Abbottstown, PA 17301
MLS# 212672 Foreclosure
3 beds  |  2 baths  |  1512 sqft



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Contract Information
List Price: 105600Status: Active
Existing/New: N
Property Information
Type of Property: ResidentialRealtor.com Type: Residential – Single Family
Lot Size(Dimensions): 174.5X314.8X92.1X305.7Total Acres: 1.02
Total Bedrooms: 3Total Full Baths: 2
Total Bathrooms: 2Fin SqFt Above Grade: 1512
Year Built: 1996
Location, Legal and Taxes
County: AdamsStreet Number: 1170
Street/Road Name: FORESTStreet Suffix: DRIVE
State/Province: PAZip Code: 17301
School District: OtherElementary School: Verify
Middle School: VerifyHigh School: Verify
APN #/Tax Parcel ID: 0117L09013000000Assessment: 150100
Municipality/Townshp: Out of RegionDeed/Ref #: 2968 0221
Deed Record Date: 2013-09-25
Directions & Remarks
Directions: Abbottstown Square turn onto N Queen St/Pa 194 immediately slight left onto Brough Rd.1 mile to left on Forest prop on RBank Owned/REO: Yes
Short Sale: NoCondo/HOA/PUD: No
Property Features
Stories: 1 Story
Design: Ranch
Type: Mobile/Mfg + Land
Construction: Stick Built
Exterior: Vinyl
Roof: Composite Shingles
Lot Description: Level
Lot Size: 1 Ac to LT 2 Ac
Zoning: Residential
Age: 11 – 20 Years
Dining Area: Breakfast Bar; Formal Dining Room
Miscellaneous Rooms: Florida Room
Interior Features: None
Misc Exterior: Above Ground Pool; Deck
Fencing: None
Basement: None
Heat: Propane
Auxiliary Heat: Wood/Coal Stove
Cooling: Central Air
Water: Well
Sewer: Public Sewer
Hot Water: Propane
Parking: 2 Car Garage; Detached; Off Street Parking
Access/Limitations: Public Road
ASC/Condo Fee Incl: None
Condo Amenities: None
Room Information
RoomFlooringRoom LevelLengthWidth
Living RoomWall to WallMain12.519.8
Dining RoomWall to WallMain9.712.2
KitchenVinylMain10.812.5
Bedroom 1Wall to WallMain13.912.45
Bedroom 2Wall to WallMain12.511.8
Bedroom 3Wall to WallMain108
Bath 1VinylMain
Bath 2VinylMain
SunroomWall to WallMain9.8815.3

Listing Office: Coldwell Banker Select Profs.

Office Phone: 717-735-8400

Last Updated: September – 26 – 2013

All information provided is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed and should be independently verified. Participants, and their affiliated licensees, shall indicate on their websites that IDX information is provided exclusively for consumers’ personal, non-commercial use and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing. Copyright 2005 Keystone MLS Network, Inc.

Thursday 26th of September 2013 10:48 PM

Help Your Seller Clear Out The Clutter

Jesse Storm Realtor

In a perfect world, every home seller would be a neat freak and have their house in immaculate condition. Sadly, that’s rarely true. So here are a few ideas you can use to help your seller improve the overall look and feel of their home, which will help it sell even faster.

KitchenThere’s nothing worse than watching a buyer opening a kitchen drawer that’s cluttered and seemingly dirty. Thankfully, drawer organizers offer a simple solution that will help make silverware and other items look much more appealing.You might also want to consider having your home seller attempt to tame the mess created by unorganized plastic containers. As for those random items cluttering open shelves, try stashing them in rattan baskets.

Kid’s room.

Fight the urge to remind parents how important it is to teach their kids to clean up their room and suggest putting those toys strewn across the room into something like a wicker or canvas basket with lid. While you’re at it, consider storing out of season clothing underneath the bed to make the closets spacious.

Living room.

Despite good intentions, covering a coffee table with magazines and other items rarely has the desired effect. Instead, it can come across as unkempt and become a turnoff for potential buyers. The good news is a simple ceramic or wicker tray can be a great home for items like this and provide eclectic appeal.

Master bedroom

Besides the obvious tips like making the bed, opening the blinds for natural light, and cleaning the floors, keep an eye out for things like cluttered dresser or night stand surfaces. Hanging organizers are a great solution for this particular plight as they can store plenty of items while remaining out of sight.

Be sure to also take a look inside the closets. If you’re staring at an unsightly pile of mismatched shoes of every style imaginable, suggest an expanding tiered shoe rack. This simple step will keep the closet looking organized, and more importantly, expansive.

American Home Shield is providing the information for general guidance only. Due to the general nature of the property maintenance and improvement advice in this material, neither American Home Shield Corporation, nor its licensed subsidiaries assumes any responsibility for any loss or damage which may be suffered by the use of this information.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Avoidance and Prevention

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: Avoidance and Prevention
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an odorless, colorless gas produced by the combustion of fuels such as natural gas, oil, and propane in mechanical unit including furnaces, water heaters, and stoves. These items are normally designed to vent the CO to the outside, but harmful interior levels of CO can result from incomplete combustion of fuel, improper installation, or blockages, leaks or cracks in the venting systems. Very high levels of CO can lead to incapacitation or death, with victims sometimes never having been aware they were being poisoned.Homeowners can take action against potential carbon monoxide poisoning by taking the following steps:

Have all fuel-burning appliances professionally inspected annually, preferably before the start of the cold-weather season when heaters and furnaces are first used.
These appliances include gas stoves and ovens, furnaces and heaters, water heaters, generators, and clothes dryers.
All such units should be properly installed and safely vented to the outside.
If repairs are necessary, be sure they are performed by a qualified technician.
Always use the proper fuel specified for the unit.
Have flues and chimneys for fuel-burning fireplaces or wood stoves inspected regularly for cracks, leaks, and blockages that may allow a buildup of CO to occur.
Never use gas stoves or ovens as a home heating source, even temporarily.
Do not idle a vehicle in a garage, even with the garage door open. When starting the car, open the garage door, start the engine, and drive out as soon as possible to prevent dangerous CO emissions from accumulating.
For additional protection, purchase a CO detector (either battery operated or plug-in) and follow the manufacturer’s instructions for proper location and installation. Installation of working CO detectors in residential properties is now required by law in many areas.
Learn what to do if the CO alarm activates: if anyone in the home experiences symptoms such as fatigue, dizziness, blurred vision, nausea, or confusion, everyone should leave immediately and seek medical attention. If the alarm sounds but no symptoms are felt, open doors and windows immediately and shut off all fuel-burning devices that may be potential sources of CO.

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