Rent or Buy: Either Way You’re Paying A Mortgage! There are some people who have not purchased homes because they are uncomfortable taking on the obligation of a mortgage. Everyone should realize, however, that unless you are living with your parents rent-free, you are paying a mortgage – either yours or your landlord’s. As Entrepreneur … Continue reading Rent or Buy: Either Way You’re Paying A Mortgage!
~ have you experienced this in your market? ~ Housing tips back to a buyer's market as sellers cut prices After several years of rich home price gains, the market appears to have found a limit to what people can afford. Sellers are finally responding by lowering prices. Approximately 14 percent of all listings in … Continue reading Housing tips back to a buyer’s market as sellers cut prices
~ these are some good guidelines, take a look and let me know how I can help you! ~ When Should You Make an Offer Below Asking Price? 5 Clues It's Time to Take a Gamble iStock; realtor.com Homes are expensive, and getting even more so every day. (Also, water is wet and the sky … Continue reading Is there a right time to make a offer below asking price?
~ Don't be afraid to ask me any questions you have even if you have completed a home purchase before!! This is my calling to help make this as easy and painless as possible! ~ 6 Things Nobody Tells You About Buying A Home If only Phil Dunphy were here with me now. ABC/Modern Family … Continue reading 6 Things Nobody Tells You About Buying A Home
Infographic: HOME Survey June 2018
In this red-hot housing market, if a 'for sale' sign goes up, don't blink—you might miss it The average home sold in May went under contract in just 34 days, according to real estate broker Redfin. May's number broke the previous month's record of 36 days. Of the homes that sold in May, 27.6 percent … Continue reading In this red-hot housing market, if a ‘for sale’ sign goes up, don’t blink—you might miss it
~ When I was helping my cousins move from Riverside to Joshua Tree, because of our schedules we would schedule days where we saw regularly 15+ homes. We only had to do this 3 times, plus one short stack trip, before we agreed on the home she and her husband wanted to buy. Our busiest … Continue reading House Hunting in One Day: 6 Tips for Maximizing Your Time
Why High-Flying U.S. Home Prices Seen Getting Another Jolt The U.S. housing market’s storyline for the last several years has been one of steady demand and limited supply, pushing prices ever higher. Now, a new chapter has opened up for the industry and its customers: soaring costs for building materials. Reports on Tuesday underscored both … Continue reading Why High-Flying U.S. Home Prices Seen Getting Another Jolt
~ a little jealous that Riverside is not the list as I bought my 1st home here in 1998, but our value has tripled and we have a long term rental that will last well into our retirement 😉 ~ If You Bought a Home in 1998 in One of These 10 Cities, You Might … Continue reading Did you buy a home in 1998 in these cities?
10 Most Popular Cities for Women to Buy Homes Women buy more homes than men in some cities. Women, and especially single women, have become a formidable force in the Real Estate market. As the number of single men who purchase declines, the number of single women purchasing homes continues to grow, despite a 20 … Continue reading 10 Most Popular Cities for Women to Buy Homes