Jackson County Real Estate: Record breaking temps: Are they keeping our potential buyers inside?

Record breaking temps: Are they keeping our potential buyers inside?

Here in Oklahoma, we have now had almost 70 days of 100+ degree temperatures now.  It has been hot, dry, and miserable, to say the least.  I've also started to wonder if my buyers have not slowed their pace a bit to avoid getting out and looking in this weather.  Just an observation . . .

I am hoping the cooler fall temperatures that are coming will bring on an abundance of people who are ready to buy houses.  I am thinking of teaching a 1st time home buyer's class in September or early October.  I think it would be informative, especially to many of the families who are tossing away so much more money on rent than they would be on a mortgage.  With interest rates that are super low, now is the time to see what it takes to own a home.

So, make the most of these hot temperatures and do your research.  I'll be glad to help you when you're ready to brave the heat!

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Renae Pretty, Realtor ~ Main Realty of Altus

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Comment balloon 1 commentRenae Pretty • August 07 2011 08:53PM

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Here in the Phoenix, Arizona area we try to schedule showings in the mornings.  Even though we are more used to the heat, it still takes a lot out of us. Sometimes after showing a few homes in this heat (110+ degrees) I feel like I've just come out of a sauna!

Posted by Jean Szeman (US Preferred Realty Referral Company, LLC) about 7 years ago

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