Across the U.S many buyers are experiencing what’s known as a seller’s market. What does that mean? It simply means inventory is low so we have more buyers than available homes for them to purchase. Yesterday I was talking to a dear friend of mine, Jane McCracken who has been a real estate agent for 37 years. During her career, she said she has experienced this seven times. I have not been doing this nearly as long as Jane, but one thing I have experienced in this inventory crisis is that few sellers are really making an effort to show off their homes. Why should they? The homes are basically selling themselves because people are so desperate to get something. So rather than getting an Audrey Hepburn experience, of class, and serious wooing, most buyers are lucky to get t-shirts and flip flops and aloof conversation. A few weekends ago I showed this $1.3 million dollar home that was filthy. I nearly died. This home is only two years old and this dirty.
Now, is cleaning a house an easy fix? Of course! But as an advanced Feng Shui practitioner all I see is dirty, postponed energy in this home. A home whose energy has not been cared for. So whoever buys this home