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    By admin on January 21, 2009 | 3 Comments3 Comments  Comments

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    Putting up a real estate for sale is very common for the owner or for the real property or self storage companies . But whoever is the seller, he or she never wants to face loss from such transactions and for this one needs to know about the market of real property. For those who are investors in real property would never let go a chance to buy in low markets and sell when the market is high. This is what the novices in the market of real property should take as a thumb rule and try to emulate. However there are many more things about the market than such simple matters and knowing a little bit about them helps.

    A market for any real estate for sale is basically of three types, the buyers market, sellers market and the neutral market and all other markets are slight variations of these. The first of all these markets is the buyers market. This generally is that situation when there are many homes open to the buyers and the demand is low. At such moments the sellers find it difficult to sell their homes and resort to heavy price cuts. A property can be said to be in a buyers market if it remains unsold even after six months after being put on sale. The price starts falling when the number of such properties goes on increasing and to lure the buyers the sellers keeps the prices low. The buyer thus, has many more properties to choose from and hence the name buyers market.

    Similarly, on the other end is the sellers market. It is a situation when the number of people looking for real properties exceeds the number of available real estate for sale . This market is also called the hot market or the rising market and many people aim fro the same property in such a market. The six months period that any property sees in a buyers market is a myth in the sellers market and all properties in such markets simply vanish as soon as they are put on sale.

    But both these markets see volatility. The more pacific market is the neutral market where there is neither any rush to sell of properties nor any rush for buying. There is a good balance between the numbers of real estate for sale and the number of people who are willing to buy. The demand and supply ratio are at a sensible level and all the players in the market get an even deal. These times also see a moderate interest rate and mostly affordable by the common man. If someone wants to buy or sell a property at this time he will be able to do so simply on his personal skill. Those skilled enough will gain and those not skilled enough will suffer.

    But if you are putting up a real estate for sale and want to get some decent profit, try to avoid a buyers market.  A neutral market will be good for selling while a sellers market will be a dream come true. In a sellers market the price available for a property is quite high and a cause of delight for the seller and at the same time the properties hardly need time to get sold. Those dealing in property find this better than the price because the money rolls and the profit get booked quickly.

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