Tuesday, March 05, 2013
Florida Real Estate Information–Its not all on the Internet!
The Internet is a vast information resource. But, it is also a repository of dated, inaccurate and often generally unreliable "facts."
Sometimes people assume something to be 100% factual because "it is on the Internet" in a way that reminds me of the State Farm Insurance commercial. You have probably seen it as well (with the girl who located her French model date on the Internet).
The same can happen when people start shopping for a new home on the Internet.
Many of the web sites prospective buyers go to offer dated information. These are the web sites that package "data" and sell advertising to real estate agents who always come up on the same page.
Many of the posts on this site will also be dated. The real estate market is a dynamic arena where things are constantly changing. Market reports and listing promotions have a limited lifespan where the information is "current."
Because markets and inventories change any person looking to purchase a home should contact a local knowledgeable real estate agent who can update the data and "fill in the blanks."
In Brevard County, Florida call me at 321-693-3850 for assistance on buying or selling a house or condo in Melbourne, Viera, Suntree, Rockledge, Merritt Island and Cocoa Beach. If you prefer, send me an email.