MarketWatch reports that mortgage rates have fallen with a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaging 3.13%. This is a new all-time low for the fourth time this year, and it is getting the interest of home shoppers.
Even in times of social distancing, feel-good news focuses on neighborhoods coming together for drive-by birthday parties and grocery shopping for others. Research proves that for humans to thrive, they need to feel a part of community self-selecting when and how they engage.
Buying and building a new home is rarely a one-size-fits-all process, but it doesn’t have to be hard. In fact, equipped with the right knowledge and the right partners, buying a new home can be downright enjoyable!
Current research from Clovered, a home insurance resource, indicates that Millennials have much higher expectations when buying their first home when it comes to the area of the home and the home's features.
Tampa-area Waterset, award-winning and home to resort-style living, understands that you will have questions and has assembled a New-Home Buying Guide that walks you through what to consider in getting started, doing your research, and touring model homes.
The 4% mortgage is back! The average rate on a 30-year fixed rate mortgage was down nearly a quarter point this week from a week earlier, its biggest drop in over a decade. Mortgage rates are fast approaching 4%, low enough to help the housing market rebound as the spring season approaches.
Consumer opinions about homebuying continue improving in Q1 2019, with 65% of respondents in a National Association of Realtor’s survey of households saying they believe now is a good time to buy a home and 37% strongly holding that opinion.
Tehaleh, Washington’s best-selling new-home community, walks potential home buyers through the decision points in purchasing a new house in the Pacific Northwest. Home shoppers can discover some of the resources and their options of buying a new home in Tehaleh, just a short drive from Seattle.
Whether it is a backyard for Fido or that you are ready to start paying your own mortgage, and not that of your landlord’s, many first-time homeowners are seeing the benefits of buying a new home rather than paying rent with no tax benefit or return on investment.