Although markets are constantly changing due to the effects from mortgage rates, inventory, or even the seasonality in which you buy or sell, these are four signs you should look out for if you’re looking to buy.
If you’re looking to re-strategize your investment plan, or just start diversifying your current portfolio, 2020 is the year to consider real estate. The mid-west is on the rise as one of the best places to invest, and here’s why.
Remarkably low mortgage rates improved affordability in and inventories of homes for sale in the first half of the year. But, through the second half of the year, shrinking supplies of listings and rising prices made it tough on buyers. Will conditions for first-time buyers be any better in 2020?
While nobody knows if or when the next recession will be, itâs important to make cautious and wise financial decision now that your future-self will thank you for. Here’s how to hedge your bets and protect yourself during the next recession.
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Analyzing the current conditions of local markets can help you anticipate price changes shortly. In no particular order, hereâs a list of seven âCinderellaâ marketsâ metros that stand a good chance of joining the top markets by the end year.Â
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Perhaps the most damaging aspect of the chronic drought of homes for sale is the destructive way shortages are concentrated on the least expensive properties on the marketâ the starter homes that are the gateways to homeownership.
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As investors and home buyers are re-evaluating and sellers remain unsure of whatâs next, itâs important to understand how the Coronavirus has impacted the industry, but also how real estate professionals are working to mitigate the impacts.
Seemingly overnight, most industries are finding themselves at the mercy of the coronavirus pandemic â real estate included. But, how do current buyer and seller sentiments compare to pre-pandemic aspirations? Homes.com surveyed 1,000 people from across the country to find out.
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