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    Experts Project Home Prices Will Increase in 2024

    By Admin | January 23, 2024

    Even though home prices are going up nationally, some people are still worried they might come down. In fact, a recent survey from Fannie Mae found that 24% of people think home prices will actually decline over the next 12 months. That means almost one out of every four people are dealing with that fear, and you might be,... Read More

    3 Must-Do’s When Selling Your House in 2024

    By Admin | January 22, 2024

    If one of the goals on your list is selling your house and making a move this year, you’re likely juggling a mix of excitement about what’s ahead and feeling a little sentimental about your current home. A great way to balance those emotions and make sure you’re confident in your decision is to keep these three best practices... Read More

    3 Key Factors Affecting Home Affordability

    By Admin | January 18, 2024

    Over the past year, a lot of people have been talking about housing affordability and how tight it’s gotten. But just recently, there’s been a little bit of relief on that front. Mortgage rates have gone down since their most recent peak in October. But there’s more to being able to afford a home than just mortgage rates. To... Read More

    2 Reasons Why Today’s Mortgage Rate Trend Is Good for Sellers

    By Admin | January 17, 2024

    If you’ve been holding off on selling your house to make a move because you felt mortgage rates were too high, their recent downward trend is exciting news for you. Mortgage rates have descended since last October when they hit 7.79%. In fact, they’ve been below 7% for over a month now (see graph below): And while they’re not... Read More

    Why You May Want To Seriously Consider a Newly Built Home

    By Admin | January 16, 2024

    Are you putting off your plans to sell because you’re worried you won’t be able to find a home you like when you move? If so, it may be time to consider a newly built home and the benefits that come with one. Here’s why. Near-Record Percentage of New Home Inventory Newly built homes are becoming an... Read More

    Homeownership Is Still at the Heart of the American Dream

    By Admin | January 15, 2024

    Buying a home is a powerful decision, and it remains at the heart of the American Dream. Unlike renting, owning a home means more than just having a place to live – it offers a sense of belonging, stability, and freedom. According to Nicole Bachaud, Senior Economist at Zillow: “The American Dream is still owning a home. There’s... Read More

    Avoid These Common Mistakes After Applying for a Mortgage

    By Lee Samia | January 10, 2024

    If you’re getting ready to buy a home, it’s exciting to jump a few steps ahead and think about moving in and making it your own. But before you get too far down the emotional path, there are some key things to keep in mind after you apply for your mortgage and before you close. Here’s a list of things... Read More

    Ways Your Home Equity Can Help You Reach Your Goals

    By Admin | January 9, 2024

    If you’ve owned your house for at least a couple of years, there’s something you’re going to want to know more about – and that’s home equity. If you’re not familiar with that term, Freddie Mac defines it like this: “. . . your home’s equity is the difference between how much your home is worth and how much you... Read More

    What Lower Mortgage Rates Mean for Your Purchasing Power

    By Admin | January 8, 2024

    If you want to buy a home, it’s important to know how mortgage rates impact what you can afford and how much you’ll pay each month. Fortunately, rates for 30-year fixed mortgages have come down significantly since the end of October and are currently under 7%, according to Freddie Mac (see graph below): This recent trend is great news for buyers. As... Read More

    Thinking About Buying a Home? Ask Yourself These Questions

    By Admin | January 3, 2024

    If you’re thinking of buying a home this year, you’re probably paying closer attention than normal to the housing market. And you’re getting your information from a variety of channels: the news, social media, your real estate agent, conversations with friends and loved ones, the list goes on and on. Most likely, home prices and mortgage rates are coming up... Read More

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