This Winter has been not only wet but wild with regards to Sleepy Hollow Real Estate. There are already more off-market sales this year compared to last year. Some of the reasons: Demand is higher than inventory and buyers are concerned that interest rates are going up again.
Clients ask me why sellers choose to sell off-market. There are a few reasons:
- When inventory is low, sellers sometimes test the market to see if they can make a more painless move (minus the staging, painting, yard work, etc).
- Sometimes, sellers weren’t planning on moving at all, but anxious buyers offer a “Make me move” price.
- Sellers were planning to put their house on the market, but once the word got out, they received a pre-emptive offer and opted to accept it.
Recent Off-Market Sleepy Hollow Sales:
2016: 1318 Butterfield Sold for $1,500,000. -½ acre level lot. 1700 sq. ft. Pool. 3bed. 2.5 bath.
2016: 100 Van Winkle Sold for $2,115,000. ¾ acre level lot. 1944 sq. ft. Pool. 4 bed. 3 bath.
2017: 40 Crane Sold for $1,560,000. -1/2 acre level lot. 1681 sq. ft. No pool. 3 bed. 2 bath.
2017: 160 Crane Sold for $1,800,000. 1.2 acre hill, level. 2988 sq. ft. Pool. 3 bed. 2.5 bath.
I also wanted to let you know that I am now affiliated with Zephyr Real Estate. Our main office is located near Mollie Stones in the Bon Air Shopping Center. Rest assured that my standard of excellence for exceptional client services remains consistent but I can now offer my clients:
- a beautiful fully staffed office seven days a week
- an in-house marketing team with a suite of state of the art design tools
- access to a full service team of real estate contract experts
Let me know if you are interested in selling right now. With rising interest rates and low inventory, Marin continues to outperform most of the state.