Posts Tagged ‘realestate’
While some had hoped 2022 would bring a return to normalcy, the U.S. real estate market continues to boom, despite rising interest rates and decreasing affordability.
So, what’s driving this persistent demand? And is there an end in sight?
Given the limited number of listed properties, if you are a buyer in today’s market, you may need to expand your search to include both new construction and resale homes.
In this post we will take a closer look at some of the factors you should consider when choosing between a new build or an existing home.
Home sales in the U.S. continue at a torrid pace, but the availability of listings remains limited. Buoyed by historically low mortgage rates, buyers keep shopping for homes, reducing the available inventory and sparking a rise in home prices across the country.
What can we expect from U.S. real estate? Here are five factors that illustrate where the housing market is likely heading.
Whether you are a buyer or a seller, it has never been more important to understand the appraisal process and how it can be impacted by a quickly appreciating and highly competitive housing market. It is also crucial to work with a skilled real estate agent who can guide you to a successful closing without overpaying (if you are a buyer) or overcompensating (if you are a seller). Find out how appraisals in today’s unique real estate environment.
For most of us, our housing needs are cyclical. While your home-buying journey may not look like your neighbor’s or friend’s, broad trends can help you understand what to keep in mind as you house hunt. No one wants to regret their home purchase and taking the time now to think about exactly what you need can save a lot of heartache later.
Even if you do not have immediate plans to buy or sell your home, we advise our clients to be mindful of modern design preferences when planning a remodel or even redecorating.
To help inspire your design projects this year, we have rounded up five of the hottest trends.
Buying a home is a significant commitment of both time and money. And a home purchase has the power to improve both your current quality of life and your future financial security, so the stakes are high.
Follow these five steps to assess your priorities, streamline your search, and choose your next home with confidence.
It’s easy to get swept up in the excitement of buying a home. When you hire a home inspector, you get a professional, in-depth examination of the property’s structures and systems. Unfortunately, many buyers make mistakes during the inspection process that cost them time and money and lead to unnecessary stress. Learn how to avoid these eight common mistakes.
Homeownership offers many advantages. Studies even show that homeowners are happier and healthier than renters, and their children do better in school.
But one of the biggest perks of homeownership is the opportunity to build wealth over time.
If you want to know how does purchasing a home help you build wealth and learn how to harness the power of home equity for a secure financial future, read this article.