Orange County property owners thinking of putting their homes up for sale this spring are in for some encouraging news. According to Trulia, property owners in the Orange County area have been closing sales left and right of late—activity unmatched in other big real estate markets in the US. Below is the lowdown from The Orange County Register as of April 27:
Homes are selling faster in Orange County and Los Angeles than in most of the largest 100 metropolitan areas in the nation, an analysis by online home-tracker Trulia shows.
Orange County is still a seller’s market, with just 45 percent of homes listed at least two months ago still for sale in mid-April, according to Jed Kolko, Trulia’s chief economist.
If you’re selling, you can give potential buyers even more reasons to shortlist your property and take advantage of the seller-friendly market while you’re at it. How? By investing in home improvement projects even before you get your home listed.
Your Orange County windows are an excellent place to start. If they’re old, in poor shape, or out of style, it will be well worth your time and money to have them replaced. Renewal by Andersen of Orange County is the company for the job. They have had more than thirty years of experience in providing aesthetically pleasing, well crafted, high-performance windows in varying materials and styles.
Renewal by Andersen is the only window manufacturer to use Fibrex, a patented product that combines wood’s durability and strength with vinyl’s easy maintenance. If you’re looking for replacement windows in Orange County CA that can offer top-of-the-line functionality and cost savings, you can’t go wrong with Fibrex.
The benefits you get from Fibrex and from working with Renewal by Andersen’s skilled window technicians will extend to your home’s future owners as well. With a few smart investments, you can look forward to selling your property at a more attractive price point and at the same time be proud to offer your buyers a home well worth their money.
(Article sourced from Trulia: O.C. homes sell faster than most metro areas, The Orange County Register, April 27, 2014)