Once a community is built out and new construction is no longer available, the real estate market shifts to re-sales. Long after construction has ended, there will be a constant flux of homes coming on and off the market, and in large communities, these changes can be difficult to track.
The Link Team continues to work diligently to source final maps of many of the local communities in which we sell homes. We’ve found this to be a tremendous asset to clients for a couple reasons:
One, it helps orient buyers within the community. As any homebuyer knows, the days spent driving and looking at homes can run together, roads and landmarks forgotten. Having a community map on hand shows a buyer precisely where they’re located within the neighborhood while they’re viewing the home. Are they near a main road? How far to the pool or clubhouse? Is a stray golf ball likely to shatter a window?
Second, it helps sellers visualize where the comparables – and the competition – are within the community. The same factors buyers are considering when they look at a home are what sellers should be factoring into their list price. The Link Team will map out for sale and recently sold homes within the neighborhood that will help the seller make an informed decision on a fair selling price that will ensure their property sells quickly.
To learn more about how the Link Team uses community maps to maximize the buying and selling experience, call (239) 357-5058 or contact us online.