Interest rates are still low compared to the lows that were set around Christmas of 2020. It is a safe estimation that if you are waiting to get into the real estate market and get qualified for a loan, the cost of ...View More
As of May 12, the newest inflation data came out and was higher than expected and what we have been seeing in recent months. This implies that prices are also increasing at a faster rate than expected. The Federal Reserve has held ...View More
THIS JUST IN - Over the past three weeks, we’ve seen interest rates rise and then level out just a bit this last week. The forecast is that rates will remain steady for now, and continue to follow the recovery of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Though interest rates have risen some ...View More
LinkedIn recently shared it's data with the public to determine which cities LinkedIn users changed their zipcodes to in 2020, and Austin, TX, was the most migrated to city in the U.S.
What does something like this mean for real estate?
It's no secret that people ...View More
A recent study done by the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) focused on how new building regulations, which often add to the cost of home construction, can price out potential buyers of new homes. Unlike all the other great lists that Texas has topped, this is one time where ...View More
First-time home buyers might be getting shut out of the market, according to a new survey released by Campbell/Inside Mortgage Finance. According to the survey, first-time home buyers only make up 34.7% of all single-family home sales nationwide in October. This is the lowest ratio the Campbell/Inside ...View More
As we finish out the week and prepare for the oncoming weekend of home showings, here are a few interesting real estate articles I’ve come across the last few days.
Even as housing prices begin to creep up as the markets turn and housing inventory decreases both locally and ...View More