Durham, North Carolina Mar 26, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – James Kempski announces the official launch of
iBuyerPro.com is an interactive real estate search system.
James Kempski announces the launch of his new real estate search platform. The site address iBuyerPro.com will allow users to search for homes that have just been listed on the market. The site uses an interactive map search feature that will allow buyers and sellers to search properties in their chosen area.
With iBuyerPro.com users will be able to access exclusive insights about the local real estate market and the status of the industry itself. The site will have an updated news and blog section as well as a personal assessment section with insights presented by James Kempski about the current real estate market.
James Kempski’s goal is to make it easier for buyers and sellers of real estate to access much-needed information so they will be able to make the best decision possible. Real estate is one of the largest investments anyone can make in their lifetime. James Kempski wants that decision to be based on the best and most updated information available to any buyer or seller of real estate.
Over the past two years, real estate values have skyrocketed. Many real estate firms and individuals have taken advantage of this and both buyers and sellers have suffered. Sellers right now have the advantage with low inventory and many investors buying these properties. This makes it very difficult for buyers to actually be competitive in this volatile market. Sellers have also been taken advantage of, with investors and ibuyer firms buying their homes for much less than what they would have received if they have listed their home with a local real estate firm.
Contact James Kempski to help you buy or sell.
6100 Guess Rd, Durham, NC, USA
Source :J.T. Enterprise LLC / James Kempski / iBuyerPro(R)
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