Colorado Association of REALTORS | Bankrate: In These States, a Majority of Homes Sell Over Asking Price
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Bankrate: In These States, a Majority of Homes Sell Over Asking Price

Apr 13 2021

Bankrate: In These States, a Majority of Homes Sell Over Asking Price

“There’s a lot of demand, and with interest rates remaining low, there’s a lot of people realizing they don’t want to stay in their existing homes,” says Robert Walkowicz, chairman of the Colorado Association of REALTORS® and an agent in Fort Collins. “A lot of people are realizing they’re going to be working from home indefinitely.”

Walkowicz says he has a standard response to homebuyers who ask just how far over the asking price they should go: “It’s not my money. Is it worth it to you, and how much is it worth to you?”

Read the full Bankrate article.

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