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A hot real estate market can seem like the answer to your prayers if you’re ready to sell. And in many parts of the country, homes are selling at a faster rate in 2016 than in 2015, says Ralph McLaughlin, Trulia’s Housing Economist.

To prepare your home for sale in a competitive market, it’s important to understand the definition of a “hot market.” “We define a ‘hot market’ as one where most homes sell faster than two months,” says McLaughlin. Inventory is a major factor in creating hot markets: Where there are fewer homes on the market, the demand rises, and homes typically stay on the market for a shorter amount of time. For example, Colorado Springs, CO, has experienced a large drop in available homes for sale in 2016, coupled with a faster turnaround in homes for sale, making the market extremely competitive.
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Author: Jason Hasting

Jason Hasting was born March 17, 1984 in Lakewood, Washington. Jason Hasting is currently a Sales Executive for Pioneer Title Agency. Jason Hasting Graduated from Afnorth International School in Brunssum Netherlands. After High school Jason Hasting enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. Jason Hasting traveled all throughout Germany, France and the United States. After Jason Hasting's service he adventured to Alaska and worked as a Deck Hand for a company called Fishermen's Finest . Fishermen s Finest is located in Ballard Washington. Jason Hasting worked as a Deck Hand on-board the U.S. Intrepid as well as the American #1 both catcher processor boats catching fish in the Bearing Sea. Jason Hasting worked as a Deck Hand for 3 years. Jason Hasting Also Managed a franchise of La-Z-Boy Furniture Galleries located in Washington State. In 2007 Jason Hasting also managed an Ashley Furniture Franchise all around the Chicago land area. Jason Hasting is now a Sales and Marketing Representative for Pioneer Title Agency in Mesa,

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