It wasn’t that long ago that Estate Agent offices disappeared and consolidated on the back of huge jumps in interest rates.
Now we have a Government manipulated property market alongside money so cheap it beggars belief.
But those are not the Laurels under scrutiny today, this market could last for years and whether prices continue to rise or fall a bit, thats irrelevant to the Millennials aged 20 to 50.
“We are not old enough to remember any corrections or problems in the property markets, its a none sequitur in fact it’s a red herring.“
Julia Skern posted her joy of discovering and purchasing her new house on her Smartphone.
A republished Newswire article.
I’m 33 years of age, I know !
The Real Estate industry is resting on its laurels.
More than 70 percent of today’s buyers search for homes online using their Smartphone.
From blockchain to quality video tours, technology is shaping the real estate industry for the better.
Now is the time to focus on the Millennials expectations and that will hedge against any bumps in the market place for sure.
They love moving pictures to send to their friends on social media and they adore connecting to QR codes for property videos.
If they love it, then Property Agents can feel their love with a little focus on change.
“I noticed a wee Agents window in my village had made the effort to connect to my phone, and I bought the house.”
An article from Julia Skern a surfing and observational writer originally from Cornwall who has just bought her first house on the Isle of Man.
Julian Skern: Newswire article 2021