Why Pricing Your Home Right Matters This Fall

…you may think pricing your home on the high end will result in a higher offer…

Homes Are More Affordable Right Now Than They Have Been in Years

Today, home prices are appreciating. When we hear prices are going up, it’s normal to think a home will cost more as the trend continues. The way the housing market is positioned today, however, low mortgage rates are actually making homes more affordable, even as prices rise. Here’s why.

Current Buyer & Seller Perks in the Housing Market

With low inventory and high buyer demand, homeowners can potentially earn an increasing profit on their houses and sell them quickly in this sizzling summer market.

The Latest Unemployment Report: Slow and Steady Improvement

When the official report came out, it revealed that 1.8 million jobs were added, and the unemployment rate fell to 10.2% (from 11.1% last month). Once again, this is excellent news as this was the third consecutive month the unemployment rate decreased.

Are You Giving Up The Equity In Your Home For The Sake Of Convenience?

Is the convenience of having an iBuyer buy and sell your home for you worth it? Maybe in some situations but usually not for the majority of people.

Why Homeowners Have Great Selling Power Today

With average home sale profits growing, it’s a great time to leverage your equity and make a move, especially while the inventory of houses for sale and mortgage rates are historically low.

Today’s Buyers Are Serious about Purchasing a Home

Today’s homebuyers are not just talking about their plans, they’re actively engaged in the buying process – and they’re serious about it. A recent report by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) indicates: “…. Of American adults considering a future home purchase in the second quarter of 2020, about half (49%) are not simply planning it, they are actively engagedContinue reading “Today’s Buyers Are Serious about Purchasing a Home”

Two Big Myths in the Homebuying Process

“The majority of millennials not only want to own a home, but 84% of millennials in 2019 considered it a major part of the American Dream.”