Experts expect price deceleration, not price depreciation over the coming years. If you're a seller, the continued home price appreciation is good news for the value of your house.
It's been a while since a 20% down payment has been the norm. Today's average down payment is much less, and it's lowest for first-time homebuyers.
The rise in home values is impacting Richland homebuyers more than those looking anywhere else in our area.
There are two primary reasons behind the shift in sentiment.
Before the pandemic, only 21% of individuals worked from home. However, if you’ve recently discovered remote work is your new normal, you’re not alone.
Unlike other investment options, the benefits of owning a home aren’t purely financial.
Low inventory, frequent bidding wars, and high buyer demand combine to make now a great time to sell your home.
According to the National Association of Home Builders, lumber prices have tripled over the past year across the country.
If you're deciding to buy now or wait until later in 2021, or even into next year, you need to ask yourself two questions.
It's stunning to see how far mortgage interest rates have fallen over the past few decades. This graphic, with data from Freddie Mac, offers a great visualization of that decline.