CEO of Century 21 discusses the future of US real estate markets
The US housing market will finally be back to normal in 2023 — but prices will be stuck permanently higher
How Much Should I Spend On a House?
‘More sellers are cutting their list price.’ Here’s exactly what economists and analysts think will happen to home prices in the next few months
The Pros and Cons of Waiting Out the Hot Housing Market
The forecast for the coming months is lower temperatures.
What to know when buying land, especially when you’re hoping to build a home on the property.
First-Time Home Buyer Programs & Grants
There are some fundamental questions you should ask yourself before you take the plunge.
To make an offer on a home more attractive, homebuyers are considering waiving the appraisal contingency. But is that a good idea?
First time homebuyers and seasoned homebuyers alike are finding themselves frustrated.
Twenty-nine percent found personal information errors and 11% found account information errors.
Home sales are slowing down as buyers struggle to find homes they can afford.
The first step to a new home is putting in the work and finding out how much you can afford.
Have you ever wondered when the best time is to buy or sell a home?
With the inventory of homes for sale historically low and prices higher than ever.
Collecting the down payment to buy a home can be one of the biggest financial challenges people face.
Americans’ concerns are perhaps a natural by-product of today’s extremely competitive market.
Why Your Debt to Income Ratio Matters
There are a number of criteria that must be met to qualify for a conforming loan.
The most obvious way to tell whether a home has quality or construction issues.
You’ll see lenders advertise their best mortgage interest rate vs. APR, or annual percentage rate.
The hard truth of home buying is that when you spend less in one category.
USDA loans are zero-down-payment mortgages for rural homebuyers. They’re mainly for borrowers who aren't wealthy and can’t get a traditional mortgage.
Home ownership carries a whole host of personal, social, and family advantages.
Higher DTIs could mean you’ll pay more interest or you may be denied a loan.
You saved your down payment, and you made sure you can afford your mortgage payment.
Investigating an area’s overall safety should be one of the first things you do before purchasing home.
Sometimes, in life, we can tend to get carried away with our acronyms.
As an Associate Broker for Coldwell Banker Realty, I have developed a passion for assisting both buyers and sellers in being well educated about the real estate industry and residential transactions.