Grand Rapids, MI, July 07, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Homeowners in Kent County who planned on selling before the housing crisis hit are finding that the market has finally shifted in their favor. Increases in prices, low inventory, and historically low interest rates have combined to put sellers in a very advantageous position.
“Many homeowners stopped even thinking about selling their home because of the chaos of the last few years,” said Donna Tashjian with Keller Williams Realty East. “However, the trends in today’s market have put homeowners in the driver’s seat. Once they realize what a great opportunity they have, their entire outlook changes.”
Many homeowners were in danger of losing their home to foreclosure as a result of the housing crisis. The shift in the market has been welcome news for them as well. “One of the major issues that these distressed homeowners is that they owned more on their mortgage than their home was worth,” Tashjian said. “Because of price increases, that is no longer the case for many of them.”
Donna Tashjian has developed a free report entitled, “What They Didn’t Say: The Truth About Your Home That Big Media Hasn't Told You,” which is outlines all of the newest trends in the real estate market. The report is accessible from her website, www.DonnaHelpsHomeowners.INFO