May 2018 For people waiting for mortgage interest rate to decline, will be waiting a very long time because there are many factors to suggest we are in a permanently higher interest rate environment.- National Association of Realtors video
Making an offer on a house—much like a marriage proposal—is equally exciting and anxiety-inducing. After spending time viewing quality listings, and obsessively fiddling with mortgage payment calculators, you've finally found the house you want to share life with. You've submitted the proposal; now what?
Buying a house is a process. One where you’ll spend a lot of quality time with your Realtor®. One where you might even drive him or her a little ... nuts. No, we’re not talking about that time you called after 10 p.m. because you saw a house online and had to see it immediately (though, hey, you might want to ease up on that, too). We’re talking about the stuff you do that actually sabotages your chances of getting the right house, at the right price—or getting a house at all. If you're guilty of any of the following, we're here to tell you to stop, lest you risk losing the home of your dreams.
With significant changes to the tax code taking effect this year, homeowners and prospective buyers are revising their plans to take advantage of its sweeping changes. Here’s an analysis based on information from the National Association of Realtors and NerdWallet. [...]
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