Pay It ForwardMay 19, 2020
Real estate plays an important role in the U.S. economy. In our state alone, the real estate industry contributed $240.3 billion to the state’s economy last year. That’s roughly $77,000 for every home sold. It might seem like a high number, but every real estate transaction affects a multitude of industries.
Think about the last home you bought, and the team that helped you.
- You hired a real estate agent to help you with your search.
- While you were working with a lender to secure a loan, your agent was communicating on your behalf with the seller’s agent.
- You might have hired a real estate attorney to help with the contract and negotiations.
- You definitely needed a home inspector and a title company.
- Once the sale went through, you probably hired a handyman to help you make your new house feel like home.
- Maybe you hired a cleaning person to make it spic and span? Or a moving company? Or a landscape architect to bring your dream of an outdoor oasis to life?
- You probably started grabbing coffee at a coffee shop closer to your new home.
That’s a lot of businesses you single-handedly affected. In fact, countless small businesses are impacted by a single real estate transaction!
We’re all experiencing significant changes right now. The global health crisis has impacted everyone and everything, especially the economy. But every home sale will help it grow. If you’ve been considering buying a home, don’t wait. Your decision will make a great impact. If the time isn’t right for you now, but you feel like it might be soon, know the Cinthia Ane’ Team is ready to help you prepare so you’re all set when the time is right.
Contact us today!