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(Prices and inventory current as of Oct 6, 2022)

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Save your search (icon)Save your search and get new listings directly in your mailbox before everybody else

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What’s The Outer Ring?

What’s The Outer Ring?

We are so glad you asked! 

  • In real estate, the outer ring is the term used to describe the broad and often undefined mindset that most home buyers go through at the beginning of their search for a new home. 

Often people decide they want to buy a home, but they aren’t super clear on the particulars of what they want that home to look like in terms of location, size, features, and price. The outer ring is the first step where you may begin to start looking at a broad range of properties to help define your criteria. 

Most buyers are unsure about what they want when they start the process or might be overwhelmed with the amount of choices available on the market. Getting out there and starting to tour houses is a sure way to help you pinpoint what you like and don’t like. 

Buying a home is both a big commitment for your lifestyle and finances, so you can’t blame a buyer for thinking long and hard about what they want in their next home at the beginning of the process! 

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