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May 2022 Newsletter
Dated: May 9 2022
154 Twiggs Ferry Road, Dutton, VA 23050
3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, 1,830 Square Feet
Waterfront brick rancher nestled on top of a hill overlooking the beautiful Piankatank River! This home sits on just under 2 acres & offers a dock, large gazebo, boat lifts, deep water access, & a private beach. Newer 30- year roof, upgraded electrical, dual zone HVAC, and fresh paint. Unfinished 2nd floor is framed w/plumbing rough-in, & unfinished basement offers walk-out access.
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Clocktower by the Numbers
- Number of homes listed in April: 29
- Number of homes pended in April: 37
- Number of homes sold in April: 30
- Number of Clocktower agents: 72
Your House Could Be Closer to List-Ready Than You Think
One of the biggest concerns for a homeowner looking to sell is the time they’ll have to put in before listing their house. If that’s the case for you, you should know – your home might be closer to list-ready than you think in today’s housing market. A survey of recent sellers from realtor.com finds that many were able to get their house ready in less than a month. It says: “With many homeowners expecting a quick sale, and in many cases a lack of contingencies, the preparation process took less than a month for over 50% of home sellers this past year, with 20% completing it in less than two weeks.”
Those sellers expecting to sell quickly are following recent buyer trends. With mortgage rates and home prices rising, buyers in today’s market are serious about finding a home quickly. But with the limited number of homes for sale, there are very few options for those buyers to choose from. That means many may be willing to take on projects after they purchase. Because of this, you may be able to focus on less time-consuming tasks before putting your house on the market. According to the survey mentioned above, some of the top things recent sellers completed before listing over the past year include landscaping, making minor cosmetic updates, and touching-up paint.
A real estate advisor will help streamline the process and keep you focused. Of course, each situation is different, and knowing what repairs or updates your house needs to stand out in your local area is critical. That’s where a trusted real estate professional comes in. In a recent article, NextAdvisor explains: “. . . Real estate can be hyper-local, and demand can vary from one neighborhood to the next. It’s a good idea to work with a local real estate professional to determine an ideal listing price and if any improvements or repairs need to be completed before putting your home on the market.”
Your trusted Clocktower Realty Group real estate advisor knows the ins and outs of the market in your specific area. They’ll help you identify the places where you should and shouldn’t spend your time and money – and that can enable you to list quickly. Bottom Line: If you’re ready to take advantage of the incredible conditions for sellers in today’s real estate market but are worried about the time it’ll take to get your home ready, you might be closer than you think. Partner with a local real estate advisor to see what you need to do before listing your house today. (source)
Mutts at Maymont- May 21, 2022 from 3:00-7:30 pm
Dogs are invited to bring their humans along for an afternoon of tail-wagging fun on the Carriage House Lawn. Enter through the Magnolia Gates and stroll along the Pup Path, or chill out on the lawn with pup cups and frozen custard. Enjoy live music by Serenata and food and adult beverages. Sign up for a photo shoot by photographer Brittany Rose Petography. Rain or shine. All proceeds benefit Maymont! New this year: Meet adoptable pets from Richmond Animal Care & Control, or treat your furry friend to a shopping spree in the Barketplace.
- Tickets: $10 per dog in advance
- $12 per dog at the gate
- free for human companions.