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Mortgage Rates Remain Volatile
If you are a homebuyer, you’re likely watching mortgage rates closely. Mortgage rates have fluctuated over the past few weeks due to a number of economic factors. Moving forward, rates will likely continue to respond to inflation. If you want an expert on your side to help you navigate this volatility to achieve your homebuying goals, contact us.
We are still below normal levels of inventory...
Are you worried home prices will fall? Experts say that’s not likely. Here's why. Even though housing supply is increasing, it’s still low overall. In fact, experts forecast that nationally, home prices will keep appreciating this year. If you want to know what’s happening with home prices in our area and what they mean for you, contact us.
Supply is at its best in a few years...
Thinking of selling your house? If so, the supply of homes for sale is growing, and that means you’ll have more options to choose from for your move. At the same time, it’s still a sellers’ market because overall inventory is still low. If you want to get the best of both worlds and sell while your house will still stand out, contact us today.
Renters actually have a harder time...
Buying a home has significant financial benefits over renting, especially during periods of high inflation. Your home typically increases in value over time through home price appreciation, and you can lock in your monthly payment with your home loan. That is not the case when you rent. contact us, and let’s discuss the benefits of buying a home today.
An Economic Slowdown Doesn't Mean Home Prices Will Fall
Are you wondering what a recession could do to home values? Historical data proves an economic slowdown doesn’t mean prices will fall. In 4 of the last 6 recessions, home prices actually appreciated. This goes to show 2008 was not the norm. Contact us, and let’s discuss why history shows an economic slowdown doesn’t equal a housing crisis.
Active Inventory Continued To Rise
If you put your home search on pause because you couldn’t find a home to buy, now may be your chance. That’s because the inventory of homes for sale has grown this year. More options should mean more opportunity to find the home of your dreams. If you’re ready to buy, DM me.
As A Homeowner Gains Equity...
As a homeowner, you gain equity as you pay down your home loan over time and as home values appreciate. And since home prices have risen so much over the past year, you may have more equity than you realize. That equity can help fuel a move. If you want to find out how you can use your equity when you sell, contact us today.
Single-Family Housing Units Completed
Even though inventory is increasing this year, supply is still low. That’s because there weren’t enough homes being built over the last 14 years to meet the average level of units completed since 1970. Contact us so you have an expert on your side to explain what’s happening in the housing market today.
Our Fundamentals Are Quite Different From 2008...
If you’re worried the housing market is a bubble, today is nothing like 2008. In the lead up to the crash, it was much easier to get a home loan than it is now. Buyers now face higher lending standards, and that's one thing that's helping to prevent a flood of foreclosures. If you have questions about why this isn’t like last time, contact us.
Home Price Forecasts for 2022
If you’re thinking about making a move, you probably want to know what’s going to happen to home prices for the rest of the year. While experts say price growth will moderate, ongoing appreciation is expected. That means home prices won’t fall. Contact us if you want to learn more.
Buying vs. Renting Advantages
Down Payment Assistance
Months of Inventory For Sale
You Have More Options For Your Move
Homes Priced Right Sell Very Quickly
Home Price Appreciation vs. Inflation Rate
This is not the same market of 2008!
Is now the time to list?
Nearly 30% More Homes Available!
Unlikely to see declines in home prices!
Your First Home Doesn't Have To Be Your Forever Home!
Millennials Continue To Transition To Their Prime Home-Buying Age!
More Listings Coming Onto The Market!
Although Rates Are Higher, They Are Still Historically Low!