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Gary Kelley - “I was born ready,” is a common response. And are you ready?
Elaine Quigley, CBR, CRS, GRI - Over the last two years, the rate of home prices appreciated at a dramatic pace. While that led to incredible equity gains for homeowners, it’s also caused some buyers to wonder if home prices will fall. It’s important to know the housing market isn’t a bubble about to burst, and home price growth is supported by strong market fundamentals.
Judy Boyle, Realtor® - Is it time to put in that dream kitchen or breathe some new life into your bathroom? Perhaps you need more space and are going to finish the basement or add a garage with a Master Suite above.
As the Summer heats up, the market is holding steady. Yes, rates have gotten a little higher, but the demand for homes is still hot! While many buyers are in competing situations and needing to buy a house with larger down payments, forfeiting a home inspection and sometimes even the appraisal, there’s still a part of the market that’s not as competitive.
People love to ask me, “how’s the market?” Some want to know; others are looking for a common topic we can discuss. It’s a softball question.
Elaine Quigley, CBR, CRS, GRI - If you’re following along with the news today, you’ve likely heard about rising inflation. You’re also likely feeling the impact in your day-to-day life as prices go up for gas, groceries, and more. These rising consumer costs can put a pinch on your wallet and make you re-evaluate any big purchases you have planned to ensure they’re still worthwhile.
I’m sure you’ve seen them and possibly read them; the headlines are all over the place with stats and predictions of what’s happening in the real estate market. Some of the statistics and headlines have some truth to them, and some are just bold sentences handpicked out of context to grab your attention and add some anxiety to your life.
We are working with two clients where the parents have passed away and the offspring are dealing with the home. It’s often heart wrenching for the children…and a mixture of grief over their loss and annoyance at having to deal with the parents’ stuff.
A recession does not equal a housing crisis. That’s the one thing that every homeowner today needs to know. Everywhere you look, experts are warning we could be heading toward a recession, and if true, an economic slowdown doesn’t mean homes will lose value.
Lisa Y. Shaw, Broker Associate - As the correction begins to slow the national increase in home prices …we all knew it would come to this and so it starts.
Gary Kelley, Realtor - Selling a home and getting divorced are each large stressors in life. Both can happen when the parties agree to work towards the same goal. And there’s a great deal of overlap to buying while selling – you don’t need to be divorcing to follow these steps!
If you’re following along with the news today, you’ve likely heard about rising inflation. You’re also likely feeling the impact in your day-to-day life as prices go up for gas, groceries, and more.
Lisa Shaw, Re/Max Executive Realty - We’ve all seen it before, well maybe not all of us, but most of us have. History repeats...