New Homes On The Market An important factor shaping today’s market is the number of homes for sale. And, if you’re considering whether or not to list your house on the market, that’s one of the biggest advantages you have right now. When housing inventory is this low, your house will stand out, especially ifContinue reading “On The Market: Is It Time To Sell Your Home?”
Everyone Has A Dream Of Owning Their Own Home Making homeownership a reality in 2023 will rely strongly on your credit score, savings, and working with a great mortgage lender and real estate agent. According to a recent Harris Poll survey, 8 in 10 Americans who are renters say buying a home is a priority, and 28Continue reading “Homeownership A Reality”
Who DO you know? The holidays are fast approaching and many family member and friends have started thinking about buying their own homes. Who do you know that would love be roasting a turkey in their own home for Thanksgiving? Or decorating the outside and inside of their own home for Christmas? My area ofContinue reading “Who Do You Know?”
You’re almost to the finish line. That magical moment when you get the keys to your new home. But first, you should get your feet back inside the door to make sure the home hasn’t changed. Do your Buyer Walk-Through. So, you’re scratching your head right now, aren’t you? How can a home change inContinue reading “Why Do A Final Buyer Walk-Through?”
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In a competitive market with low inventory, a pre-approval letter is a game-changing piece of the home-buying process. If you’re ready to buy this year, let’s connect before you start searching for a home.
Sometimes it helps to see the dollars and cents you’ll save if you purchase a home while mortgage rates are low. Buying a home at today’s historically low rate can save you signifiantly over the life of your home loan.
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.
Working remotely is definitely changing how Americans spend their time at home, and also how they use their available square footage. Homeowners aren’t just looking for a room for a home office, either. The desire to have a home gym, an updated kitchen, and more space in general – indoor and outdoor – are all key factors motivating some buyers to change their home search parameters.
On average, there were about three offers on a home that closed in May, up from just about two in April 2020…