“Housing markets have cooled slightly, but demand hasn’t disappeared, and in many places remains strong largely due to the shortage of homes on the market.”
“It’s typical to see a seasonal increase in home showings in January as buyers get ready for the spring market, but a larger increase than any January before after last year’s rapid cooldown is significant. Mortgage rate activity this spring will play a big role in sales activity, but January’s home showings are a positive sign that buyers are getting back out there . . .”
An increase in showing activity in January is a good sign that there are buyers who are eager to purchase a home. If you’re thinking of selling your house, let’s talk so you’re ready when the time is right for you.
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Buying a home is a big decision, and it should be one you feel confident making.
Though the housing market is no longer experiencing the frenzy of a year ago, buyers are showing their interest in purchasing a home.
Today’s housing market is different than it was in 2008.
Over the past year, home prices have been a widely debated topic.
If you want to sell your house, consider doing it this summer.
Today, the market’s changing, and buyers can usually be more selective and take more time to explore their options.
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