Build it and they will come. The new housing industry is growing stronger and helping boost the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). Homebuyers seeking new homes are encouraging this growth
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Here We Go: Building Booming and Home Prices Rising
Consumer confidence in growing home prices could be causing some home buyers to miss the boat as home prices rise faster than consumer confidence grows.
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Growing Confidence About Home Prices Too Little Too Late
Demand from brave buyers, scrambling for the few homes available in today’s housing market, continues to drive up prices by as much as 20 percent or more.
It may seem hard to imagine but, yes, the cycle has spun around and in some markets there are bidding wars leaving buyers wondering, ‘What can I do to make my offer stand out?’
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Tips To Make Your Offer Stand Out
Just as it is for buyers, ’tis the season for renters to find a first, new, move-up, move-down or move- over rental home. If you are a renter on the go looking for the ‘best’ rental market, it’s a good idea to know in advance what to expect when you get there.
Rental Markets That Rock Your World
Your home has languished unsold on the market for months, but you can’t fathom why. Chances are, you’ve overlooked what buyers really want.
Your Home Isn’t Selling Because…
In many parts of the country the market is hot and prices have come roaring back. In many areas, sellers are insisting that buyers must waive any appraisal contingency
Waiving Appraisal Contingency is Risky Business
Size matters, according to the recent survey by The National Association Of Homebuilders. It seems buyers are now seeking homes that are approximately 2,000 square feet, but the problem is half of U.S
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What Buyers Really Want In A Home
A second boots-on-the-ground survey again reveals real estate agents are confident about the housing recovery, but this group is also Pollyannaish about buyers’ confidence.
Housing Recovery Prompts More Real Estate Agent Optimism
Many home buyers faced with the urban versus suburban decision concentrate on price per volume in the same way that detergent and many household products are price compared. With commodities, bigger is better and cheaper.
Home Buyers Ask: How Big Is Big Enough?