Housing prices for Homes for Sale in Wichita are slightly up but we are in a temporary sweet spot for first time buyers who qualify for the $8000 tax credit. This credit expires December 1, 2009 so if a deal isn’t closed by the end of November, it will be less attractive by $8,000.
The tax incentive means a great deal more here in Wichita because our home prices are lower than the national average. Your $8,000 buys a bigger chunk of your home in Wichita.
If you’re looking for the agent with the highest number of sales or the name known everywhere they’re easy to find. Is that your best fit? Will the agent you choose spend the time on your home? Are you important enough for them to get top priority?
I’m not a big name and I’m not working dozens of homes at once. I’m going to put your needs first. I’m going to treat your real estate need like my own. Your priority is my priority.
Call me to talk about what you need.
“Larry is excellent to work with! As a single female, I feel like he was always looking out for my best interests. He never pressured me to do anything until I was sure I wanted to sell. I feel like Larry was always honest with me and I could trust his decisions knowing he would always do what was best for me.” – Denise Chapman