Current Market Data
Zillow’s national figures showed high demand for housing in urban areas helping values in cities keep pace with those in the suburbs.
The report added that vacation homes and affordable homes in small towns near major urban centers were in strong demand as a result of the pandemic.
Homebuyers continued to take advantage of historically low interest rates in January, snapping up homes still on the market
The trend of purchasing a second home has sent home prices in seasonal towns skyrocketing in value by 19% for the year ending December 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating migration across the country, following moving patterns that began in prior years, according to a new report.
CoreLogic is predicting that, nationally, home prices will increase by another 2.9% by December 2021 as homeowners delay selling, inventory remains tight and interest rates stay low.
We live in uncertain times and clients these days, perhaps more than ever, are asking themselves if now is the right time to buy. Fence-sitters beware, though, says a new study from Zillow, which notes that waiting could mean
“Context matters and each rising-rate era is different, says First American Chief Economist Mark Fleming. “The housing market response depends on the reason why rates are rising.”
Nationally, contract signings rose 21.4% from December 2019, with all regions reaching double-digit year-over-year increases.
Based on U.S. median one-bedroom rent, it would take 11 months to save for a 5% down payment for the median priced home in the U.S.