Shawn Zigelstein on why negative news can impact a buyers perception on their ability to enter the market.
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Selling a home that was once the scene of a gruesome murder, or even a suicide, is no simple task for sales agents. But buyers are often reticent for cultural reasons, and given the right area—and the right mix of people—selling that stigmatized property could be a breeze.
Mr. Zigelstein expects many of them will proceed to buy in the next couple of months, especially since the suburban region north of Toronto still has a lot of unsold inventory.
“We’ve definitely switched over to more of a buyer’s market now.” Those are the words of Shawn Zigelstein, a sales agent with Royal LePage Your Community Realty, and leader of Team Zold.