ATLANTA, GA, June 13, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- The current real estate market is difficult for buyers, but it is excellent for sellers. However, if you have a great Buckhead realtor
from Buckhead Property Group on your side, it can be much easier to navigate the market successfully.
The housing market has recovered in a big way, and there is currently a dearth of houses available, especially at the prices that buyers want to pay. Buyers' perception of what makes a "bargain deal" became skewed during the housing bubble burst, and many buyers have not fully accepted that there are no longer as many short sells and foreclosures on the market to bring prices down.
"Buyers will need to accept the reality that houses are now selling for the prices they realistically should sell for, not for significantly less," says Andy Williamson, Partner at Buckhead Property Group. "You will need to be willing to pay closer to asking price for a property if you do not want to have it stolen from under your nose by another buyer."
Remember that the overall supply of houses available is low, which makes demand (and thus, prices) high. This cycle is not due to end any time soon, and buyers will discover that as the market pushes more and more towards sellers that prices will rise even further. The best bet for making a deal is to purchase as soon as you find the property that is right for you. Waiting will only result in you paying more for a similar property.
If you want solid advice on how to behave as a buyer in today's real estate market, visit http://www.buckheadpropertygroup.com
.About Buckhead Property Group:
Buckhead Property Group is a family-owned and operated business built on tradition and a passion that comes from years of real estate experience. Operating partners Andy Williamson and Cameron Conner remain committed to being experts on their local market. Their whole focus is on providing a level of service that is highly localized, personalized and uniquely professional.
Learn more at http://www.buckheadpropertygroup.com