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This beautiful garden home in Caldwell Crossings had showings every 30 minutes all day long on the first Saturday it was listed. The next day the Open House was attended by over 30 groups. By Monday we had received six offers and the winning buyers agreed to pay $20,000 over asking price. Several factors contributed to the popularity of this listing. The home has great curb appeal, a functional and open floor plan, and a spacious level backyard. The location is convenient, too. We also believe that the home's location has the potential to make it a great investment- it's in the path of progress. Empty nesters selling their larger homes in Vestavia and Mountain Brook want their next home to be nearby to the things they've grown accustomed to- their…

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The following is from an article that appeared in Over the Mountain Journal on March 11, 2021

In what ways has the pandemic affected the OTM real estate market?

The biggest impact from the pandemic is that it exacerbated the problem with low inventory. More sellers have been hesitant to list. So, prices in Mountain Brook, Homewood and Vestavia have increased at a faster pace than they would have otherwise. Those markets are so competitive that listings price appropriately and in good shape are getting multiple offers. Often, winning bids are significantly above asking price and some buyers are even waiving their contingencies on financing and inspections.

Over the past 12 months, have you seen any changes in what buyers are looking for?

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