The coronavirus pandemic has many people wondering whether they should delay their home purchase or if they’re selling, pull their listing from the market. COVID-19 has required many industries to make adjustments, and real estate is no exception. Whether you’re in a situation where you need to buy or sell a home, or you simply want to take advantage of historically low mortgage rates, it’s essential to understand how the real estate landscape has changed.
By Curtis Rodriguez
Realtor, HomeSmart Evergreen Realty1
Curtis and his team service Riverside, Orange and San Diego Counties.
They say knowledge is power, especially when it comes to buying or selling a home. And when you’re trying to do both at the same time, you’ll need to be armed with plenty of information to make the transition as smooth as possible.
This article is reprinted courtesy of First Team Real Estate
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