Selling in an Ideal Market: Make It Easier with Home Improvements in Place

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Even in ideal market conditions, it can be difficult to truly be at ease when you’re entering the real estate industry as a seller. But with Ohio following the trend like other states in the country, selling in Columbus definitely sounds like a good move to make. It also has another benefit:

The Wall Street Journal reports that all-cash home purchases “are on the rise again,” and Ohio’s among the states showing the biggest increases

The trend is being buoyed “by retirees instead of pure speculators,” the newspaper says, and it signals “a shift in the way Americans view home ownership and in the mortgage market.”

During the year’s first quarter, “33% of the existing homes sold in the U.S. were purchased entirely in cash,” according to the story. “That was up from 31% for all of last year and 29% in 2012, according to a monthly survey of roughly 3,000 real estate agents commissioned by the National Association of Realtors.”

This relieves a lot of fear because it signifies more security for sellers, most especially if you’re hesitant to do some home improvements. Doing so is highly recommended because the additional value to a property lessens the time between listing your home and sealing the deal with a buyer. To make the most out of working with roofing contractors in Columbus Ohio, you just have to make sure that you’re working with trusted names in the industry.

Muth & Company Roofing has been installing high-quality roofing systems homes in Central Ohio for more than 20 years now. Aside from having the distinction of being the first Columbus roofer to be recommended on Angie’s List, we also have been receiving excellent reviews for 14 consecutive years. Want to hear it straight from homeowners who have previously worked with us? Check out our testimonials page – there are plenty of people who can attest to how they got more value on their home because of our services.

(Article Excerpt from “Ohio among states showing biggest increase in all-cash home purchases”, Crain’s Cleveland, May 9, 2014)

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