Buying A Home During Fall 2013 In Bend

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Are you thinking about buying a home during the fall in Bend Oregon? If so, you’re making the right choice because, since fall officially arrived in Bend, most home buyers will put off their plans to buy homes until the spring and summer months because, of their travel plans and holiday events, leaving the best homes in Bend available for home buyers like you.

Negotiation

Unlike the busy spring and summer months of 2013, during the fall there will be fewer home buyers searching for homes for sale and this means that more homeowners will be willing to negotiate with buyers, and even come down on the asking price for their homes, or include special incentives for home buyers who are interested in submitting offers.

Maintenance Problems

When you’re out there searching for Bend Oregon homes for sale, one thing to keep in mind is the maintenance issues that many homes in this area may have as we start having more rain and eventually snow once the weather gets colder.

You should take your time inspecting the roof of each home that you’re looking at as well as gutters, windows and exterior doors because, even though a home might look like it’s in great condition for its age, the change in the weather will ultimately bring out potential problems that should be fixed before you decide to submit an offer.

Selection

One of the most important things to mention when looking for a Bend Oregon home for sale during the fall is that even though there will be homes for sale on the Real Estate market, there will be fewer homes than what you normally find during the spring and summer months, so it’s always important to do your due diligence when it comes to attending open houses on weekends, regularly checking the Internet for homes for sale and communicating with your real estate agent to see if they found any homes that meet your criteria.

For more information on buying Bend Oregon home for sale during the fall, contact me today for a free consultation by calling (541) 383-1426. 

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