What is a Sellers Market?


How Low Supply & High Demand Impacts the Real Estate Market

How Low Supply & High Demand Impacts the Real Estate Market [INFOGRAPHIC] | MyKCM

Some Highlights:

  • The concept of Supply & Demand is a simple one. The best time to sell something is when the supply of that item is low & the demand for that item is high!
  • Anything under a 6-month supply is a Seller’s Market!
  • There has not been a 6-months inventory supply since August 2012!
  • Buyer Demand continues to outpace Seller Supply!
  • Call today before the market turns around
  • Rosemarie Rivicci
  • NYS Associate Broker
  • Barbara Corregano RE
  • 917-846-5795
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RealtorRose

I am a NYS Licensed Associate Broker affiliated with Barbara Corregano Real Estate. As a full service realtor I will be with you every step of the way from our first meeting to the last, the final closing of your property! The wishes and desires of my clients are a priority to me. With 92% of buyers and sellers starting their search on the Internet, my marketing strategy is heavily focused on just that! As a native Staten Islander I know all the nooks and crannies of the Island and pass that knowledge on to everyone I am working with. A professional with expert negotiating skills and a keen knowledge of the real estate market is someone you want on your side of the real estate transaction. I pride myself in going above and beyond and giving you the customer service you deserve. Feel free to see what your Staten Island home is worth, search for homes in Staten Island or contact me for questions or assistance at 917-846-5795

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