Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) April 11, 2006
In most cases when people consider selling their home, the decision relies less on the cycle of value in the real estate market and much more on the cycle of one’s life that they are approaching or are already in. If an individual is lucky and healthy enough to reach the stage in life where it’s best to simplify their life by not being tied down to the responsibility of owning a house, that decision is usually the most prudent one for most older folks. Some seniors delay and delay this decision beyond the time when it’s really appropriate for them to sell. Some seniors have the good fortune to have caring and involved family members to help them arrive at this most important decision at the right time so that the transition can be a smoother one.
Just last week Jeff Grandis concluded a transaction with Mrs. Eileen Sokoloski, a 50 year resident and owner of a store plus 2 family building investment property located in the Homecrest neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Mrs. Sokoloski was delighted with the results. “I am very pleased with the sale price of my property and everything that Jeff did.” Sokoloski went on to say “Jeff’s attitude was comforting and positive and he was always reliable because he did whatever he said he would do.”
Jeff Grandis, Associate Broker, affiliated with Fillmore Real Estate for over 18 years, has been called upon countless times in his career as a consultant on such matters. Jeff listens to his clients very carefully and helps them to decide if and when the right time has come for them to consider selling their house or investment property.
In addition to considering his clients' needs, Jeff Grandis also has followed the real estate market in Brooklyn for nearly 2 decades.
“The real estate market is a cycle,” says Grandis. “The market goes up and sometimes an uptrend can last for years. Such is the case in Brooklyn for the past 4-5 years. However, uptrends can only sustain themselves so long. Eventually the winds of economic change prevail, in the form of either rising fuel prices and interest rates or an unforetold event or disaster such as the September 11th terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and prices do gradually come down again.” This is the case right now in the Brooklyn New York Real Estate Market according to Grandis. In the last six months we have seen a decline in the prices of homes and investment properties between 5% to 10%.”
When the real estate market is on a downtrend, Jeff Grandis can also help his clients make the best decision economically. Jeff Grandis, the full-service real estate broker with a personal touch.
For expert advise on making just the right choice and decision for your family call Jeff Grandis, your Brooklyn Neighborhood Real Estate Broker at 917-804-3198 or visit http://www.JeffGrandis.com for more insight into Brooklyn New York Real Estate.