For starters, every real estate market like weather forecasts for different areas of the country are way way different.
Same principles in play but every real estate market does not operate the exact same. Price range has something to do with it.
High priced, lots of zero places in the property listing markets have layers of players. The price tag supports the stagers, brings in the HOA (home owners associations) and talk about zoning regulations.
City real estate compared to rural country property peddling, the two venues are night and day for complex vs keep it simple.
Also besides the different set of features asked for, expected in the various property price brackets on the MLS inventory, other area questions unique to the market come up. Like tell me about leased land, how does that work.
Or owner financing Maine land, explain that from A to Z will you Mr Real Estate Broker?
So I can not speak for other real estate markets outside my playing field in Northern Maine, but when the phone rings, emails buzz in or a text vibrates. Usually the first question is what are the property taxes? On this one, that one.Then how long on the market, why are they selling?
So let's talk about property taxes on Maine real estate.
I have seen a buyer of a home pick a property listing thirty miles out of their way to save a hundred dollars on real estate taxes. It is that important to the buyer to find lower property taxes.