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    The Many Benefits of Homeownership

    By Sales Team | March 22, 2022

    First Time Home Buyers, For Buyers, Rent vs. Buy The Many Benefits of Homeownership The past two years have taught us the true value of homeownership, especially the stability and the feeling of accomplishment it can provide. But homeownership has so much more to offer. Here’s a look at a few of the non-financial and financial benefits of... Read More

    It’s Not Just About the Price of the Home

    By Taylor Swanson | September 2, 2020

    When most of us begin searching for a home, we naturally start by looking at the price. It’s important, however, to closely consider what else impacts the purchase. It’s not just the price of the house that matters, but the overall cost in the long run. Today, that’s largely impacted by low mortgage rates. Low... Read More

    Sellers Are Returning to the Housing Market

    By Taylor Swanson | August 20, 2020

    In today’s housing market, it can be a big challenge for buyers to find homes to purchase, as the number of houses for sale is far below the current demand. Now, however, we’re seeing sellers slowly starting to come back into the market, a bright spark for potential buyers. Javier Vivas, Director of Economic Research... Read More

    The Beginning of an Economic Recovery

    By Taylor Swanson | August 17, 2020

    The news these days seems to have a mix of highs and lows. We may hear that an economic recovery is starting, but we’ve also seen some of the worst economic data in the history of our country. The challenge today is to understand exactly what’s going on and what it means relative to the... Read More

    Homes Are More Affordable Right Now Than They Have Been in Years

    By Taylor Swanson | August 15, 2020

    Today, home prices are appreciating. When we hear prices are going up, it’s normal to think a home will cost more as the trend continues. The way the housing market is positioned today, however, low mortgage rates are actually making homes more affordable, even as prices rise. Here’s why. According to the Mortgage Monitor Report... Read More

    Why Foreclosures Won’t Crush the Housing Market Next Year

    By Taylor Swanson | August 12, 2020

    With the strength of the current housing market growing every day and more Americans returning to work, a faster-than-expected recovery in the housing sector is already well underway. Regardless, many are still asking the question: will we see a wave of foreclosures as a result of the current crisis? Thankfully, research shows the number of... Read More

    Current Buyer & Seller Perks in the Housing Market

    By Taylor Swanson | August 12, 2020

    Today’s housing market is making a truly impressive turnaround, and it’s also setting up some outstanding opportunities for buyers and sellers. Whether you’re thinking of buying or selling a home this year, there are perks today that are rarely available, and definitely worth looking into. Here are the top two. The Biggest Perk for Buyers:... Read More

    How Is Remote Work Changing Homebuyer Needs?

    By Taylor Swanson | August 11, 2020

    With more companies figuring out how to efficiently and effectively enable their employees to work remotely (and for longer than most of us initially expected), homeowners throughout the country are re-evaluating their needs. Do I still need to live close to my company’s office building? Do I need a larger home with more office space?... Read More

    Today’s Buyers Are Serious about Purchasing a Home

    By Taylor Swanson | August 8, 2020

    Today’s homebuyers are not just talking about their plans, they’re actively engaged in the buying process – and they’re serious about it. A recent report by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) indicates: “…. Of American adults considering a future home purchase in the second quarter of 2020, about half (49%) are not simply... Read More

    Will We See a Surge of Homebuyers Moving to the Suburbs?

    By Taylor Swanson | August 1, 2020

    As remote work continues on for many businesses and Americans weigh the risks of being in densely populated areas, will more people start to move out of bigger cities? Spending extra time at home and dreaming of more indoor and outdoor space is certainly sparking some interest among homebuyers. Early data shows an initial trend... Read More