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You might remember the housing crash in 2008, even if you didn't own a home at the time.
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) is set to release its most recent Existing Home Sales (EHS) report tomorrow.
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) will release its latest Existing Home Sales (EHS) report later this week.
- If you’re deciding whether you should make updates before you sell your house, lean on your trusted real estate advisor to be your guide.
- In today’s sellers’ market, buyers have limited options and may be more willing to take on repairs themselves.
Before you decide to sell your house, it’s important to know what you can expect in the current housing market.
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) will release its latest Existing Home Sales Report tomorrow.
There are only about half the number of homes for sale compared to the last normal years in the market.
If you’re considering buying or selling a home, you’ll want to know what’s happening in the housing market.
- Not sure if selling your house is the right move today? You should know there are a number of reasons it still makes sense to sell now.
- Your house will stand out because inventory is low. That’s why the number of offers on recently sold homes is on the rise. And most homeowners have a lot of equity that can fuel a move.
- According to Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist at NAR, home prices are forecasted to rise.
- Results from the Existing Home Sales Report note that home sales declined in March due to the coronavirus, but prices are still strong.
When you look at the numbers today, the one thing that stands out is the strength of this housing market.
Your equity grows as you pay down your home loan and as home prices increase. With home prices rising again, your equity is getting an extra boost.
- The housing market is shifting away from the intensity of the past two years. Here’s what experts project for the remainder of 2022.
- Home prices are forecast to rise more moderately than last year. Mortgage rates will respond to inflation, and home sales will be more in line with pre-pandemic years.