Home sellers can look forward to getting better returns on their investments this spring, as local real estate markets are finally looking up. The market index score put together by the National Association of Home Builders/First American recorded a jump from 0.86 last April to 0.88 this month. These numbers cover 59 metropolitan regions in the country, including Detroit.
Below is an excerpt from an article published by Housing Wire on May 6:
“We have always said this recovery would be a slow but steady one, and I think this index continues to prove this,” said NAHB chief economist David Crowe. “The year started a bit slower than anyone could have anticipated but we still expect housing to play a greater role in aiding the overall economic recovery this year. The job market continues to mend and that should spur a steady release of pent up demand among home buyers.”
Home sellers in the Motor City and the nearby areas therefore have a hope of capitalizing on this surge in demand, given a few judicious preparations. Provided they ensure that their properties are able to drive enough interest from prospective buyers, they can take full advantage of the ready market. To do this, a combination of great aesthetics and excellent performance is critical. One way to achieve this is through the help of Kroll Construction, a trusted provider of solutions for roofing in Detroit.
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The Detroit roofing company uses only high-quality products known throughout the industry for their superior strength and durability as well as comprehensive warranty programs. As such, they can put home sellers in a position to offer a property that looks good, commands an excellent asking price, and delivers on the investment.
(Article sourced from Homebuilders optimistic despite the slow spring, Housing Wire, May 6, 2014)