Does Bad Weather Slow Home Sales

Dated: 08/28/2017

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Hurricane Harvey stormed through our beautiful and weird Austin Texas city and surrounding areas over the weekend. Though it is considered to be one of the worst storms to hit the Texas coast, it left less damage than expected overall. The main concern now is all of the rain that continues to fall which could cause more flooding and road closures. Why is this so important when it comes to real estate in the Austin Texas and surrounding areas? For some reason most buyers take time off from looking for property during this rainy time. Fortunately, this is only temporary and once the weather improves we should see a major increase in showings. As you know, the more showings the better chance of receiving an offer if not multiple offers which sellers love. If you are looking to buy now may be a great time of finding a property to purchase without having to compete with others.

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Mike Cusimano

Mike Cusimano was born in Maryland and is a proud Veteran. After his honorable discharge from the United States Army, Mike was licensed as a REALTOR® in the State of Texas. He began his real estat....

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