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If you tried to sell your Lapeer County Lake house last year with no success, AND you were a fairly high priced listing, do not despair. It was not your house- it was the market.

In 2014 there were only 4 lakefront sales over $600,000 and all 4 were on acreage. 2 of those were on major acreage with private lakes- 40 acre and 90 acre parcels. And by private lake I mean their own private lake. The other 2 were a house and 9 acres on Lake Metamora and a house on 5 acres on Lake Lapeer.

Only 2 houses sold in the $400,000’s- both on Lake Lapeer.

This is better than 2013 when the price of lake houses in Lapeer County topped out at $477,500.

So far in 2015 there has been 1 sold on Lake Lapeer for just under $400,000 and 2 pending at just under $400,000 and in the mid $500,000’s.

The rise in prices is due to an improving economy, low interest rates and the lack of distressed properties (foreclosures and short sales). The distressed sales dropped to 11% of the total lake sales in 2014 from 19% in 2013. In 2010 distressed sales made up 49% of total lakefront sales in Lapeer County.

For more detailed information about specific lakes, please go to www.Lapeer-Homes-For-Sale.com and click on the appropriate link. Or LapeerLakes.MiRelocation.com – no w’s.

Lake Nepessing

Lake Lapeer

Lake Metamora

www.MiRelocation.com

My YouTube Channel: www.JackieHawleyRealtor.com

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Should I stay around for the showing?

Many home sellers in Oakland and Lapeer County Michigan ask this question. You should leave and I should not be there either.

For the showing you want potential buyers to be as comfortable as possible. You want them to feel free to express any concerns or dislikes to their agent. Often this is a sign of interest and a good buyer’s agent will often times have solutions. Nobody wants a buyer to pass on a house because of something curable.

You want the buyer to feel comfortable enough to sit down, feel like they’re at home. Placing furniture. Kids picking out their rooms.

You don’t want them to feel rushed or inhibited. You don’t want them to feel like they’re being “sold” anything.

Getting Your Home Ready For Sale

Home Evaluation

What to Expect on the Listing Appointment/How Much Does it Cost to Sell?

Why List With Jackie

Jackie Hawley, Realtor
ReMax Encore, Clarkston MI

Cell: (248) 736-6407

Jackie@JackieHawley.com
www.MiRelocation.com

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