Want to know how much housing has increased in the U.S? this post discloses statistics and results of a study by NAR.
If you are currently house hunting or thinking about it, read this post! and be prepared for what is to come.
Experts and economists are predicting a competitive upcoming home buying season due to short inventory.
Encouraging news to all home sellers! Buyers are rapidly returning to the housing market, despite uncertainty due to coronavirus.
We are busting five myths about real estate during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Housing affordability is influenced by several factors, such as yearly income, home value, supply and demand, mortgage rates, and labor market.
We see, of first-time homebuyers in 2019, 32% depended on inner circle for loans or gifts, according to the 2019 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers, an annual report from the National Association of Realtors.
2020 is a wild ride. We could only guess how the market would react, so as we near the end of the year, with the pandemic going strong, we can reflect on the progress we've made so far, and look at the trends that will continue into 2021.
Whether you’re buying or seller, we hope that will help you have a rough idea of what that appraiser is going to do in your new home. Seller’s can improve on those areas pre-appraisal to up the value of their home, while buyers might know what to look for when they’re searching for a home.