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The rise of Home Cash Buyers

16 Dec
The rise of Home Cash Buyers

Currently, the number of cash buyers in the residential real estate market has increased. Indeed, fewer people are willing to buy a property due to high-interest mortgage rates. The rise of mortgage rates has slowed down the market and decreased the competition. It has been more than twenty years since the interest rate was too high. This new trend has impacted the real estate market.

Cash deals are becoming more and more attractive for buyers and sellers. Nevertheless, not everyone can afford a purchase in cash. Cash buyers’ situation is pretty good. Indeed, they are not impacted by inflation and market volatility.

More and more, sellers prefer cash deals because the percentage of chance to achieve a deal is higher. Without waiting for the lender’s approval, a deal can be achieved quickly. Indeed, most of the time, accepting a cash deal means avoiding starting the whole process to stop it a few weeks later because an offer with financing falls through. According to the period of the year, it could be difficult in Miami to buy a property. In some listings, realtors can receive multiple offers from cash buyers. It could be reasonable for them to accept an offer that is 2 to 6% inferior to the primary offer.

With rising interest rates, the banks have turned down more projects. Depending on the period of the year, it could be harder to find new potential buyers for a property.

Nevertheless, not everyone can afford a purchase in cash. Cash buyers’ situation is pretty good. Indeed, they are not impacted by inflation and market volatility. These people are few impacted by the rise of mortgage rates and stock change in interest rates. On the contrary, some financial investors consider investing cash in the real estate market as a waste of time. For them, it is better to invest your money in another market.

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