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Monthly Archives: February 2022

    Millennials: Do You Need a Home with More Space?

    By Steven Padernacht | February 28, 2022

    If you’re a millennial, homebuying might be top of mind for you. Your generation is the largest group of homebuyers in the market today and has been since 2014, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). And while other millennials are looking to buy for the first time, you may be one of the many who... Read More

    3 Things A Seller Needs To Do Before Putting Their Home In The Market

    By Steven Padernacht | February 26, 2022

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    The Difference Between Renting and Owning [INFOGRAPHIC]

    By Steven Padernacht | February 25, 2022

    Some Highlights If you’re deciding whether to rent or buy, consider the many financial benefits that come with owning a home. As a renter, you build your landlord’s wealth and face rising costs. As a homeowner, you build your own net worth and can lock in your monthly payments for the length of your loan. If you’re weighing your options, remember that owning a home... Read More

    The #1 Reason To Sell Your House Today

    By Steven Padernacht | February 24, 2022

    Almost every industry is currently struggling with supply chain disruptions. This also applies to the current U.S. housing market, where buyer demand far exceeds housing supply. Purchaser demand is very strong right now. The National Association of Realtors (NAR) just released their latest Existing Home Sales Report which reveals that sales surged in January. Existing home sales rose to... Read More

    How Supply and Demand Can Impact Your Buying and Selling Goals

    By Steven Padernacht | February 23, 2022

    In today’s housing market, there are far more buyers looking for homes than sellers listing their houses. Based on the concept of supply and demand, this means home prices will naturally rise. Why is that? When there are more people trying to buy an item than there are making that item available for sale, that drives... Read More

    The Perks of Owning More Than One Home

    By Steven Padernacht | February 22, 2022

    Many things have changed over the past couple of years, and real estate is no exception. One impact is an increased desire to own more than one home. According to the recent Luxury Market Report from Luxury Home Marketing: “As trends such as remote working and flexi-hours took hold in 2021, so too did the flexibility of relocating as well... Read More

    Real Estate Voted the Best Investment Eight Years in a Row

    By Steven Padernacht | February 21, 2022

    In an annual Gallup poll, Americans chose real estate as the best long-term investment. And it’s not the first time it’s topped the list, either. Real estate has been on a winning streak for the past eight years, consistently gaining traction as the best long-term investment (see graph below): If you’re thinking about purchasing a home this year, this... Read More

    3 Things To Avoid When Buying A Home

    By Steven Padernacht | February 19, 2022

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    What’s Driving Today’s High Buyer Demand? [INFOGRAPHIC]

    By Steven Padernacht | February 18, 2022

    Some Highlights There’s an influx of buyers looking for homes today, and that means your house is in high demand. Here are a few reasons why so many people are looking to buy a home. Buyers are motivated to beat rising mortgage rates, and many want to escape rising rents. There’s also additional demand from millennials who are reaching peak homebuying... Read More

    4 Simple Graphs Showing Why This Is Not a Housing Bubble

    By Steven Padernacht | February 17, 2022

    A recent survey revealed that many consumers believe there’s a housing bubble beginning to form. That feeling is understandable, as year-over-year home price appreciation is still in the double digits. However, this market is very different than it was during the housing crash 15 years ago. Here are four key reasons why today is nothing like the... Read More