Demand Strong - But, Buyers are Picky
As we roll into the first week of Spring, sales numbers in Omaha are increasing as people look to secure their next property in time for the summer months. As I do at this time every year, I’m seeing increasing levels of enquiry for the ‘Kiwi Bach’ with budgets ranging from $1m-$1.5m. Is a Kiwi Bach in this price bracket in Omaha achievable? Yes. But, they don’t come along too often. If you have a property that you think might suit this price bracket, then please do get in touch. With that, though there are plenty of active buyers in the market, they are picky and many are willing to wait extended periods until the right property comes along. A case in point was 23 Tuna Place which sold recently. Having been on the market for only a matter of weeks, it was quickly snapped up by a buyer who had been in the market ‘looking’ for six months. Proving that buyers are willing to wait and willing to pay top dollar to secure the right property. Off Market Listings In Omaha, I have 6 Taiawa Place currently for sale off market, this modern and elegant home features five bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms. Rarely will you find such a versatile contemporary beach family home located one back from the beach.