This spring brings a less competitive for buyers than last year, with higher home prices and interest rates moderating demand. Available housing is still in low supply, giving sellers an advantage. Homes are spending less time on the market than in previous years.
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It is shaping up to be a busy spring for the housing market. Demand is strong and home values have continued to appreciate. It is an excellent market for sellers, and buyers have more opportunities thanks to increased loan limits.
Today, almost every sector has enhanced its user experience with technology and digital resources. For the mortgage and real estate industries, adapting to the changes with technology was a must. Technological advances, the convenience of digital tools, and mobile apps have increasingly gained momentum over the last few years. Since the pandemic in 2020, it […]
This February has brought an early surge in the housing market.
The limits are adjusted every year based on average home prices, which have increased just over 18% this year.
The pandemic created an unprecedented shift in the real estate market and we are all still feeling its effects.
Mortgage rates continue to plummet hitting their lowest since early 2018. After Memorial Day weekend, rates fell in response
7.4% fewer California homes closed escrow in February 2019 compared to the same month a year earlier, according to CoreLogic. So
If you’re in the market, don’t be surprised if things get busier. Peak season is right around the corner. Spring is in full swing and there is a definite uptick