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Blog Image: Just How Strong Is the Housing Recovery?

Just How Strong Is the Housing Recovery?

The residential real estate market has definitely been the shining light in this country’s current economic situation. All-time low mortgage rates coupled with a new appreciation of what a home truly means has caused the housing market to push forward through this major health crisis. Let’s look at two measures that explain the resilience of the real estate market. Purchase Mortgages The number of buyers getting a mortgage to purchase a home is a strong indicator of the strength of a housing market. Below is a graph of the week-over-week percent change in that numbe...

August 31st, 2020 | For Buyers, Housing Market Updates, Just How Strong Is the Housing Recovery?

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Forbearance Numbers Are Lower than Expected

Originally, some housing industry analysts were concerned that the mortgage forbearance program (which allows families to delay payments to a later date) could lead to an increase in foreclosures when forbearances end. Some even worried that we might relive the 2006-2008 housing crash all over again. Once you examine the data, however, that seems unlikely. As reported by Odeta Kushi, Deputy Chief Economist for First American: “Despite the federal foreclosure moratorium, there were fears that up to 30% of homeowners would require forbearance, ultimately le...

August 28th, 2020 | Distressed Properties, Foreclosures, Housing Market Updates, Forbearance Numbers Are Lower than Expected

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Ask a Pro About Buying a Home [INFOGRAPHIC]

Some Highlights According to trending data, searches for key real estate topics are skyrocketing online. Clearly, lots of people have questions about buying a home, and other topics related to the process. Working with a trusted real estate professional will help you create the most personalized and helpful experience. Let’s connect so you have the guidance you need along the way

August 27th, 2020 | For Buyers, For Sellers, infographic, Ask a Pro About Buying a Home [INFOGRAPHIC]

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The Top Reasons People Are Moving This Year

Today, Americans are moving for a variety of different reasons. The current health crisis has truly re-shaped our lifestyles and our needs. Spending extra time where we currently live is enabling many families to re-evaluate what homeownership means and what they find most important in a home. According to Zillow: “In 2020, homes went from the place people returned to after work, school, hitting the gym or vacationing, to the place where families do all of the above. For those who now spend the majority of their hours at home, there’s a growing wish list of what&n...

August 26th, 2020 | First Time Home Buyers, For Buyers, interest rates, Move-Up Buyers, The Top Reasons People Are Moving This Year

Blog Image: Should I Refinance into a 15-year Mortgage Now?

Should I Refinance into a 15-year Mortgage Now?

Mortgage interest rates are at all-time lows right now. It’s obviously a great time to refinance for lower rates and payments. Perhaps you are interested in paying off your mortgage loan faster though. Is refinancing into a shorter loan a good idea right now too? Interest Savings A 15-year fixed rate home loan is a popular option for borrowers looking to be mortgage-free sooner. These shorter loans come with even lower interest rates than 30-year mortgages, allowing homeowners to save thousands in interest. For example, for a borrower with a home valued at $300,000 with a 20% down ...

August 26th, 2020 | Refinancing a Home, Should I Refinance into a 15-year Mortgage Now?

Blog Image: Builders & Realtors Agree: Real Estate Is Back

Builders & Realtors Agree: Real Estate Is Back

When shelter-in-place orders brought the economy to a screeching halt earlier this year, many believed the residential housing market would follow suit. Countless analysts predicted buyer demand would disappear and home values would depreciate for the first time in almost a decade. That, however, didn’t happen. It appears the opposite is taking place. After the bottom fell out of the real estate market immediately following the shutdown, it has come roaring back – and seems to still be gaining steam. Here’s a look at two recent reports – one from the National As...

August 25th, 2020 | For Buyers, For Sellers, Housing Market Updates, Builders & Realtors Agree: Real Estate Is Back

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