What if I Wait?: Buying a Home Next Year…

What if I Wait?:  Buying a Home Next Year…

According to the recent Home Price Index Report by CoreLogic, home prices have increased nationally by 6.7% year-over-year. During that same period, interest rates have stayed at near historic lows. This has allowed many buyers to enter the marketplace.

If you are selling your home, your concern is likely to be the short-term price (which is where the values are heading over the next few months). If you are positioned to be a ...

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Why to Sell This Spring: 5 Reasons

Why to Sell This Spring:  5 Reasons

Traditional wisdom indicates that certain times of the year are better than others for selling your home. Historically, Spring is one of those times. Below are 5 reasons for why selling during Spring makes sense.

1. Strong Demand
According to the March 2018 Buyer Traffic Report (National Association of Realtors), buyer demand has remained strong throughout most of the country since May of 2016. This indicates that buyers are ready, willing, and able to purchase and are ...

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Market Insights –

…for 2018!

What does the New Year of 2018 have in store for the housing market?? Consider the following few things:

1.  Both home prices & values are expected to rise moderately. The Atlanta Metro area homes, in particular, are expected to have an increase of around 5%. Rental rates, finally, will not rise near as ...

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Really Want A House You Toured?

….You Should Write A Letter To The Seller!

Buyers are getting frustrated with lower inventory levels & when they do FINALLY find a place to make an offer on, they find out there are other people doing the same.  Sound familiar? If you would like to dramatically increase the odds of the seller accepting your offer over ...

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The Cost of Waiting to Buy a Home

The Cost of Waiting to Buy a Home

Spring is upon us so you might be thinking about selling your house again. In Atlanta, we finally had the first year-over-year increase in five long years. How much values increased (if they did at all) in your neighborhood depends on your specific area of Atlanta, but most of us experienced a pop in value. So more homeowners are now contemplating selling for the first time since the financial crisis hit. At the same ...

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What about my existing lease when buying a new home?

If you’re considering purchasing a home you most likely are leasing a home or apartment now. One of the first steps will be to review that lease. Determine how much time remains. If you’re within 3 months of the end of the term, then you should move forward and attempt to find a home and close on it when your lease is up. If your lease is up before it is practical to find a home, then contact your landlord ...

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