Buyers

Apr 16

Moving up Is MORE Affordable Now Than Almost Any Other Time in 40 Years

If you are considering selling your current home, to either move up to a larger home or into a home in an area that better suits your current family needs, great news was just revealed. Last week, Trulia posted a blog, Not Your Father’s Housing Market, which examined home affordability over the last 40+ years (1975-2016). Their research revealed …

Continue reading »

Apr 13

A Tale of Two Markets

A Tale of Two Markets  Highlights: A trend that has been emerging for some time now is the contrast between inventory & demand in the Premium & Luxury Markets vs. the Starter & Trade-Up Home Markets and what that’s, in turn, doing to prices! Inventory continues to rise in the luxury & premium home markets …

Continue reading »

Apr 07

Hot housing market: home buyers are spending more than expected

Home buyers are busting budgets — and in some cases selling things they love — to snag their dream houses. A third of home buyers blew through the upper limit of what they planned to spend, topping that cap by an average $16,510, according to a Owners.com survey of 1,214 Americans who purchased a house within the …

Continue reading »

Mar 30

99% of Experts Agree: Home Prices Will Increase

99% of Experts Agree: Home Prices Will Increase Some believe that the combined effects of the new tax code and rising mortgage rates will have an adverse impact on residential real estate prices in 2018. However, the clear majority of recently surveyedhousing experts believe that home values will continue to rise this year. What is the Home …

Continue reading »

Dec 02

The Real Reason Why Home Prices Are Rising

There are many unsubstantiated theories as to why home values are continuing to increase. From those who are worried that lending standards are again becoming too lenient (data shows this is untrue), to those who are concerned that prices are again approaching boom peaks because of “irrational exuberance” (this is also untrue as prices are not at peak …

Continue reading »

Oct 02

Buy or Rent? (Video)

Buying not for everyone!    *    Which month is the best to list your home for sale?

Jun 30

2 Myths Holding Back Home Buyers

2 Myths Holding Back Home Buyers In Realtor.com’s recent article, “Home Buyers’ Top Mortgage Fears: Which One Scares You?” they mention that “46% of potential home buyers fear they won’t qualify for a mortgage to the point that they don’t even try.” Myth #1:  “I Need a 20% Down Payment” Buyers overestimate the down payment funds needed to …

Continue reading »

Jun 19

For Sale: Lakehills 3-Bed 2-Bath Rambler

Virtual Tour Updated Lake Hills rambler, light-filled with vaulted ceilings, new hardwoods, new tile and fresh paint. 3 beds, 2 full baths, 1320 s/ft, with large new Trex deck plus a level backyard with garden space. New cabinets in kitchen and laundry area. Breakfast bar, new gas fireplace insert and low maintenance yard. Perfect location …

Continue reading »

Apr 22

8 Earnest-Money Deposit Mistakes Home Buyers Live to Regret

Once a buyer settles on a home, they often show their commitment with an earnest-money deposit. But if they’re not careful, they could lose thousands of dollars. When home buyers find a home they love, they declare their commitment to the seller with a sizable chunk of change known as an earnest-money deposit. Yes, it sounds …

Continue reading »

Sep 15

What time of day to visit the home you want to buy

Visit a home you like at these times…       A neighborhood during midday can look and sound drastically different in the evening. Home buyers should spend more time scouting out the house they’re interested in at various hours of the day and night to determine if the home truly is a good fit. The …

Continue reading »

Older posts «