The market remains strong & summer is just around the corner!
We're happy to report some good news amidst the chaos that has become the "new normal" — the median sales price for homes is up compared to last year and the local housing market is stable. On top of that, people in general are still positive, interested, and anxious for summer! Piers are going in, and preparation for the season is well underway.
The RGroup has been staying busy writing offers, staging homes, booking vacation rentals (see below), and doing tours — both in person and virtually. We have many listings going live in the next few weeks, with lots of sellers ready to market homes to buyers, so be sure to check our website for updated inventory.
In the last 30 days, Kosciusko County has had: 91 New Listings 46 Accepted Offers 118 Closed 11 Back On Market
Although times are tough, the region is solid and not expected to experience any market swings after the pandemic. We are here for you, and ready to help you move forward in all your real estate ventures.
***Are you ready for lake season?*** Feel free to send feedback to: [email protected]
Things took a sudden, sharp turn with the outbreak of Coronavirus (COVID-19), leaving many buyers and sellers feeling uncertain with their real estate plans.
In truth, there are actually many opportunities to grow in the midst of chaos. Unique housing market conditions exist and are inspiring more and more home searches or sales with just a little more innovation and creativity.
Keep reading to find out why this could be one of the best seasons yet.
This is the perfect time to lock in your summer location at the lake!
The RGroup is proud to present fully furnished vacation rental properties where you can really experience the local natural beauty. Providing you with the perfect getaway for families, large groups, or travelers of any number.
“Thank you so much” was heard repeatedly by those waiting in line to get the free offerings. Smiles were seen spread across faces of people in their vehicles and in the eyes of those whose smiles were hidden under the protection of face masks handing out the offerings.