What Kind of Home Buyer Are You in Today’s Market?
You’d be surprised to know that in our current market there are many different kinds of home buyers (and consequently, home sellers). This should tell you something — that the market’s largely dictated by who you are. And if you don’t know who you are as a home buyer, you’re basically jumping into an ocean without a life […]
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Why the Baby Boomer Generation Is Still Booming in the Real Estate Market
It’s true, believe it or not. We’re guessing the real estate market is still so vibrant as mentioned here that even baby boomers from back in the ’80s and ’90s are still very much active when it comes to home buying. And they should be. Prospects are good. Why not take advantage of it?
There Are Four Aspects of This Market for Baby Boomers to Keep in Mind, Though
- Mortgage Financing — You’d be surprised to see that baby boomers actually have the same kind of challenges that even millennials have. Read this.
- Buyer Characteristics – This piece will blow your mind as to what really makes a baby boomer in today’s real estate market.
- House Hunting Styles – What makes a baby boomer tick when trying to find a new home? These stats may be eye-opening.
- When Selling a Home – The question of why a baby boomer’s selling (and consequently buying or renting even) is crucial to ask. What’s the answer? Click here.
There’s so Much More to It Than That
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4 Ideal Skills to Help You Sell Your Own Home the Right Way
There’s a reason over 40% of Chicago-area homes go on the market without a realtor (and that’s just one city). FSBO has been getting hot lately, and there seems to be no signs of it slowing down, for obvious perks and reasons. However, when you sell your own home, know this: you’ll…
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Selling Homes in the East Coast — the Latest Rage in Real Estate!
You don’t have to be a real estate guru to know that the east coast so-called “blue” states over there are all about the real estate, real estate, real estate. Without a doubt, that’s where the market’s cutthroat, and it’s like a game of inches and timing. You strike when the iron’s hot, and you hope for some ROI in the process.
Thankfully, we have some good news for you: the entire national real estate market seems to be looking pretty good, primarily for home sellers, as home prices begin to skyrocket clear across the board –
But Just in Case You’re in One of These States, You Have to See These Numbers
Bear in mind that as a home seller, if you want some ROI for major investments you’ve made to your property and you’re looking to move out, you’ll want to wait until you start seeing these numbers. These are predictions. But as the real estate market continues to flourish as we see here, there’s no doubt that these predictions will shortly become realities. So let’s take a look:
- Florida – Sort of hard to believe given the real estate risk, but with these types of oceanfront properties always going like hotcakes, it’s no wonder that we may be seeing this home price spike.
- Georgia – The Peach State isn’t too bad either with this type of growth.
- South Carolina – And don’t discount SC at all with their percentage.
- North Carolina – Double ditto.
- Virginia – All we can say is ‘wow’ as we feast our eyes on this percentage. If you’re living in this state, you’re swimming in the ROI possibilities.
- West Virginia – And WV isn’t too shabby either.
- Washington D.C. – Land of the Free, Home of the Growing Prices in the District of Columbia.
- Maryland – How’s this for a sweet percentage of increasing home prices?
- Delaware – And Delaware isn’t hurting much either, staying pretty steady on the East Coast.
- New Jersey – It’s the place to be for home selling, apparently, with this percentage.
- Pennsylvania – And so is Philly while we’re on the topic!
- New York – Take a bite out of the Big Apple and other “fruits” with this hefty forecasted number.
- Connecticut – This little state? Making home price waves on the East Coast? The short answer is YES.
- Rhode Island – The tinier state here even rocks real estate with this home price growth percentage.
- Massachusetts – It’s even better here? See for yourself just how good this state’s home price numbers will climb.
- Vermont – One of the top three states in the nation with the highest growth in home prices. Want to see the percentage?
- New Hampshire – Ditto as well. Check it out.
- Maine – Even those cold Eskimos in Maine will be loving the growth there.
Crazy, Right? Crazy Good!
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Watching Your P’s and Q’s as a Rent-to-Own Occupant
The interesting thing about rent-to-own properties is how private and flexible they really are. There’s no specific basis for them, especially from a real estate broker standpoint. In fact, brokers and agents for the most part wouldn’t care too much about rent-to-owns, because there’s not that much in it for them. Typically, rent-to-owns are all […]
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Knowing the Difference Between Rent-to-Own and “Land Contract”
Brace yourself: this is going to be difficult. As with anything in the real estate industry, you end up thinking you need either a real estate attorney or maybe Superman to wrap his brain around the concept of knowing the difference — between a rent-to-own and a land contract. Not even a kryptonian could honestly […]
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Pride in the Midwest: Why the Real Estate Market’s Looking Up
Good news for all! It looks like the national real estate market is ready for an upswing of home prices due to low inventory, and every single state will be feeling it very, very soon. Yes, this does include the Midwestern states we all love so dearly. The crossroads of America. The Mitten. The Windy City. You name it.
Each of these states will be a pretty good place to sell a home with optimal returns. So if you live in any of these states, and you’re planning on selling your home somewhere in these corn fields, take a look at the home prices first and see if you should plan ahead for pricing that home on the higher end of the big bucks!
Take One Look Here at the Entire Midwest and See for Yourself
- Texas — Rattlesnake country, the Lonestar state, deep in the heart here is some pretty steady increases with this percentage.
- Oklahoma — But OK will be skyrocketing! Want to know just how high? See for yourself.
- Kansas — There’s no place like home here with this percentage for an increase in home prices.
- Nebraska — Amazingly enough, Nebraska is right on par with Kansas, too. Talk about consistency….
- South Dakota — Even SD’s better with their percentage, so if you have a home here, better wait for the comparables to sell here.
- North Dakota — Look at that…. Another state that’s scarily consistent with the others here so far. Want to know what that percentage is?
- Minnesota — Selling houses up here isn’t going to lose much investment either (you’ll probably get some ROI, to be honest).
- Iowa — Now that’s what we’re talking about. This state’s even better than Oklahoma for home sellers!
- Missouri — Nothing but smooth sailing for home sellers here with this percentage.
- Arkansas — Simply lovely. You’re seeing the pattern here, aren’t you? It’s looking good in the Midwest for home selling.
- Louisiana — And what about here? Not too shabby. Decent percentage!
- Mississippi — Mark Twain would actually be proud of this boost in the home selling market.
- Illinois — You can’t beat Illinois’ numbers here. Chicago. Springfield. It doesn’t matter.
- Wisconsin — And the cheese state will be killing it like the Packers (hopefully).
- Michigan — Lakes, hills, and crazy weather…. And yet we can cheer for the Mitten with this percentage!
- Ohio — We’re so not lying here. Every state here will be seeing a home price increase according to CoreLogic. Check out Ohio’s percentage right here.
- Indiana — The state may be the “crossroads,” but many might stop here to buy a home.
- Kentucky — Talk about a derby…. You might as well have every state here compete with the highest percentage, and Kentucky’s undoubtedly a contender.
- Tennessee — We’re close to the end here, and we’re still seeing some decent numbers with this state….
- Alabama — What a way to close out the Midwest growth with this percentage….
Pretty Serious With These Numbers….
What Kind of Mortgage Down Payment Are You Looking For? It Might Depend on the State You’re In!
They’re called mortgage trends, friends. Do the research here. Of course, we’re noticing that there’s one major trend going on in the real estate market, and that’s the higher down payment, but perhaps you might want to stick with something lower. That’s okay. Want to know why?
You Have a Budget, and While Down Payments All Over Are Increasing, Some States Are Still Lower Than Others
These States Reported the Lowest Down Payment Averages in the U.S.
- Indiana — The Crossroads of America has the highest of the low averages…. Want to know how low?
- Utah — Utah isn’t high up there either. Check it out right here.
- Kentucky — Now we’re getting a bit higher on that average, but would you like to know just what you’re dealing with in the Derby state?
- Iowa — We’re sitting level with this state’s down payment average, so if Kentucky’s not your state, you can check this one out here.
- West Virginia — Little by little, that down payment average-to-house-price ratio’s getting more interested. Just take a look at this state!
- Alabama — Forrest Gump would’ve loved this ratio and average on home prices and down payments. Check out these numbers….
- Mississippi — And here we have the lowest of the lows…. But just remember: that may be a good thing!
What About the States With the Highest Down Payment Average?
- Vermont — We’ll jump almost 5% from Mississippi’s average down payment with Vermont. Want to know just how much you’ll spend on a down payment for a house here?
- Massachusetts — The average home prices play a role here with the average down payment here. Just keep that in mind!
- Washington D.C. — We’re getting pricier and pricier with this down payment percentage.
- Hawaii — You’ll hula over this percentage on down payments for home purchases.
- New Jersey — And we’re still climbing up the ladder with down payment percentages here. This could be what you’ll spend for a payment….
- California — Did you know that the state here has been leading on home prices (and most likely will continue to lead)? That should tell you a lot about what kind of down payment you might be making for a house over there.
- New York — Still, none of these states can beat this top leader. Here’s the skinny on the down payment average for a home in the Big Apple.
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Why You Might Wait to Sell Your West Coast Home
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7 Secrets of the USDA Mortgage You HAVE to Know
Ah, yes — the USDA mortgage, a term some real estate moguls tend to glance over as a supposed myth in the real estate industry without any real opportunity for prospective homeowners, largely because many agents look for the “good” deals, nail them, and move on. But contrary to what many believe, the USDA mortgage […]Read More →