The real estate market is changing again. A combination of factors, including the rising need for housing and the steady recovery of the economy, led to a recent boom in the market and a sharp rise in the value of housing. However, despite the recent gains within the market, the lingering effects of the pandemic, as well as an ongoing war abroad, leave many homeowners wary of putting their homes on the market and starting their search for different living alternatives.
La Posada believes that when you’re making the important decision to sell your home and look for alternative living arrangements, education is key. For this reason, the community partnered with local real estate experts to host a series of informational seminars that will provide an opportunity to learn more about the current housing market and how it can personally impact homeowners looking to put their homes on the market.
“You’ll learn how the market is changing. It’s our way of making things a little easier, giving you peace of mind,” says Brad Cadiere, executive director of La Posada.
Free to the public, attendees will not only receive information on current trends within the market but will also gain information on future real estate projections, the impact of inflation on the housing market, and how to properly leverage their assets.
“We understand how important it is for our residents to know how to leverage their assets, not just for them, but for their families. Who better to tell you how to make this possible than the local real estate agents in the market?” says Malinda Smith, sales director of La Posada.
Individual consultations will also be available for attendees during each seminar, providing the opportunity for one-on-one consultation for those in need of a more personalized discussion, free of charge.
Although the idea of putting your home on the market could seem like a daunting task, La Posada encourages homeowners to start asking important questions and to start the conversation before the market fluctuates again.
“Don’t wait until it’s too late,” says Smith. “Although there is a current boom in the housing market, nothing is guaranteed to last, and it will eventually shift. If people are waiting to make their transition in the next six months or longer, they might want to consider that the market is likely to change again.”
For those worried about starting the process of selling their home and looking for the right living solution, La Posada assures considering their community is a great first step. With locked-in rates, chef-prepared meals, health and wellness programming, transportation services, and professional financial consultation, La Posada offers residents security and peace of mind during these challenging times.
“It’s times like these that can make us hesitate or postpone important life decisions while we wait to see what happens,” says Cadiere. “We’d like you to explore your options and show you how a move to La Posada can be made with confidence. We look forward to meeting you in person.”