Artificial Intelligence In Real Estate? It’s Like You Read My Mind!
Buckeye football is in full swing, the air is a bit dryer, and pumpkin spice everything is available – so it must be nearly fall!
Someone finally flipped the “Summer Switch” and summer is in full swing with hot days and lots of sun.
The number of homes for sale jumped in January, as many home sellers came into the market with the end of the holiday season.
After a somewhat weak fall, the real estate market started to show signs of higher than usual amounts of activity in December and now is extending into January both for the number of homes for sale and the number of buyers in the market.
One of the questions / concerns that my team and I get frequently is that our clients want to move to a new house, but they don’t want to be homeless in the process, which is a valid concern, especially if you have kids or drive a smart car!
“As first time home buyers we were nervous and didn’t know what to expect especially with how crazy the market is. From the second we met Mandy we were immediately set at ease.
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Whether you are a first-time home buyer, or you’ve bought and sold several homes over your lifetime, there are 4 simple steps to take when you are ready to purchase:
Who stole spring?
Did you know that right now is the best time of the year to start the process of building a new home?
Did you know that there are several large institutional investors and many corporate investors from both coasts buying homes in central Ohio?
If you lack a credit history report, you may still qualify for a home loan using other alternatives to prove your creditworthiness.
Good credit can help you open the door to homeownership.
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In the last two years in Central Ohio, we have seen home prices continue to climb and interest rates remain relatively stable and overall very low.
One of the most common questions that I get is, “My family is outgrowing my current house and we want to move but, how to do we get from here to there since we can’t afford to own two houses at once?”
While both banks and mortgage lenders can help you get a great rate on a home loan, did you know there are differences between the services they offer?
“Does the type of loan a buyer is planning to get make any difference?”