Bellefontaine, OH, July 30, 2006 --(PR.com
)-- Despite increasing interest rates and seemingly unfavorable market conditions, there is still visible movement in real estate transactions as more people engage in the business of selling and buying properties. It seems that the much feared collapse of the real estate industry is not likely to happen in the near future.
Statistics show that baby boomers and senior citizens are selling their homes to move into smaller residences. Their properties are still being gobbled up by the market although admittedly, some properties stay on the market for much longer periods of time. Realtors attribute this occurrence to houses being priced more than what it’s worth. Krasi Henkel of The Henkel Group (an affiliate of Re/Max Distinctive) has this advice to home owners: "If you want to sell your house at top dollar, don’t list above [value] and think you have room to negotiate." Being unable to sell an overpriced house promptly is not because of adverse market conditions, it’s because of greed."
One other cause of delay in selling properties is the amount of time to secure all the necessary papers to formalize the real estate transaction. To further facilitate or expedite real estate sales, the website, www.legalhomeforms.com was developed, and the site has more than 60 authorized real estate forms and legal contracts in their database. Because it also has state specific forms for the states such as Alabama, California, and Hawaii, www.legalhomeforms.com is the most dependable and most comprehensive on-line source of real estate documents on the internet. All the forms are easily downloadable and these can be downloaded by bulk or by piece.
For details and additional information, log on to www.legalhomeforms.com.