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Wednesday, June 15, 2022   /   by Diane Whitcomb

5 Home Renovations to Make BEFORE You Move In

While a homeowner’s to-do list is never done, there are a few tasks you may want to check off before moving in.


If your budget allows, these five home improvement projects are much easier to complete before you move in your belongings, furniture, and family. So, get these done first–and you’ll thank yourself later!


Just starting to think about moving? Call us—it’s never too early to contact your real estate agent and start preparing!
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Tuesday, June 14, 2022   /   by Diane Whitcomb

2022 Market Predictions

Home prices are STILL climbing.
However, the rate of appreciation has begun to slow.
So what does that mean for you?
 Homebuyers: You may find that your income growth outpaces home prices, making homeownership more affordable for you in the future.
 Homeowners: If you’ve been waiting to maximize your sale price, now may be the perfect time to cash out.
Contact us to learn more about the current housing market and what it means for you. ...

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Tuesday, June 7, 2022   /   by Diane Whitcomb

Higher Rates and Short Supply: The State of Real Estate in 2022

The last two years caught many of us off guard—and not just because of the pandemic. They also ushered in the hottest housing market on record, with home prices rising nationally by nearly 19% in 2021, driven primarily by low mortgage rates and a major supply shortage.1
But while some had hoped 2022 would bring a return to normalcy, the U.S. real estate market continues to boom, despite rising interest rates and decreasing affordability.
So what’s driving this persistent demand? And is there an end in sight?

Here are three factors impacting the real estate market right now. Find out how they could affect you if you’re a current homeowner or plan to buy or sell a home this year.
Over the past couple of years, homebuyers have faced intense competition for new homes—in part due to historically low mortgage rates that were a result of the Federal Reserve’s efforts to keep the economy afloat durin/ ...

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