Whether you’re a first-time buyer or you’ve purchased a home before, even an increase of half a point in mortgage rate (2.81 to 3.31%) makes a big difference.
homes are being listed for sale, but not at a rate that can keep up with heavy demand from competitive buyers
Sally was amazing from the get go. She helped me locate and purchase a beautiful home during the pandemic, sight unseen
We all thought things would go back a more balanced market by now, but that clearly isn't happening....we now have virtually zero inventory and this is driving prices up even more, which makes it super attractive for sellers.
With buyer demand rising and historically low inventory for sale, if you’re in a position to move, your house may really stand out from the crowd.
In many cases, it’s still more affordable to buy a home than rent one.
If You’re a Buyer - Be patient during your home search. It may take time to find a home you love. If You’re a Seller - Realize that, in some ways, you’re in the driver’s seat.
In the Spring of 2020 Kelli called and asked me what I thought about selling a home during a pandemic. She was worried that the sky was falling and their house might not sell.
We expect sales to grow 7 percent and prices to rise another 5.7 percent on top of 2020’s already high levels
Sally immediately activated the "Sally Dream Team Network" and hooked us up with responsive professionals from her preferred mortgage broker to a house inspector and foundation specialist. She even attended the inspection on our behalf when we couldn't be there.