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If you’ve recently decided you’re ready to become a homeowner, chances are you’re trying to figure out what to do first.
Selling your house is a big decision.
Are you thinking about selling your house as a For Sale by Owner (FSBO)?
Buying a new construction home can be an exciting experience.
Once you’ve made the decision to sell your house and have hired a real estate agent to help, they’ll ask how much access to your home you want to give potential buyers.
In today’s housing market, there are two main affordability challenges impacting buyers: mortgage rates that are higher than they’ve been the past couple of years, and rising home prices caused by low inventory.
Do negative headlines and talk on social media have you feeling worried about the housing market?
Even with so much data showing home prices are actually rising in most of the country, there are still a lot of people who worry there will be another price crash in the immediate future.
Selling your house is no simple task.
The process of buying a home can feel a bit intimidating, even under normal circumstances.
When it comes to selling your house, you’re probably trying to juggle the current market conditions and your own needs as you plan your move.
According to the latest data from Fannie Mae, 23% of Americans still think home prices will go down over the next twelve months.
An agent is a really important part of selling your home because they bring a lot of skill and expertise to the sales process.
Thinking of buying or selling a house and wondering what the new year holds for the housing market?
Last year, some housing experts projected a decline in home prices by the end of 2023. But that didn’t happen – inventory was just too low.
When it comes to selling your house, you want three things: to sell it for the most money you can, to do it in a certain amount of time, and to do all of that with the fewest hassles.
If you're wondering what’s happening with home prices, know they’re still rising, just at a slower pace – and that’s perfectly normal for this time of year.