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You may not be in the market right now, but there's something you can do today to prepare yourself to get the right home later this year.
If the current situation is more like the markets in the early 2000s versus the markets during the Great Recession, home values should be minimally affected, if at all.
As a home buyer, you probably know that you want to lock in a mortgage when the rates are as low as possible. But do you know how the interest rate affects your wallet every month?
Second time within a year that the city has been recognized for its safety.
If you've been thinking that a lot of people are moving into Washington from other parts of the country and world, you're probably right.
Whether you're buying or selling, don't be surprised if the other half of your transaction comes from someone in your network of friends, family or co-workers.
Home prices around the Tri-Cities rose by almost 10% in 2019. But do you know which one of the Tri-Cities saw the biggest price appreciation last year?
If you've been an active buyer or seller in the Tri-Cities over the past year or two, this should come as no surprise.
Inventory in Richland has remained consistent (but low), and the median price of homes in the city is always among the highest in the Tri-Cities.