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13,808 Houses Sold Yesterday! Did Yours?




13,808 Houses Sold Yesterday! Did Yours? | Keeping Current Matters

There are some homeowners that have been waiting for months to get a price they hoped for when they originally listed their house for sale. The only thing they might want to consider is… If it hasn’t sold yet, maybe it’s not priced properly.

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Don’t Wait! Move Up To The House You Always Wanted




Don’t Wait! Move Up To The House You Always Wanted | Keeping Current Matters

Now that the housing market has stabilized, more and more homeowners are considering moving up to the home they have always dreamed of. In most areas, prices are still below those of a few years ago. Also, interest rates are still near 4%.

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Did It Make Sense to Wait?




Did It Make Sense to Wait? | Keeping Current Matters

There are many people out there who debated purchasing a home over the course of the last year, but ultimately did not. Whatever their reasons were for delaying, let’s look at whether the decision to wait to buy made sense.

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Home Values Compared to the Peak of 2006-2007




Home Values Compared to the Peak of 2006-2007 | Keeping Current Matters

There is no doubt that the housing market has recovered from the meltdown that occurred just a few short years ago. However, in some states home values still have not returned to the prices we saw in 2006 and 2007.

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Will an Increase in Interest Rates Crush Home Prices?




Will an Increase in Interest Rates Crush Home Prices? | Keeping Current Matters

There are some who are calling for a substantial drop in home prices should mortgage interest rates begin to rise rapidly. Intuitively that makes sense. The cost of a home is determined by the price of the home and the price of financing that home. If mortgage interest rates increase, less people will be able to buy. The logic says prices will fall if demand decreases.

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