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We rank the hottest zip codes for 2022, and reveal the zips with the most in-demand listings and the fastest-selling homes. 🔥🏘️ The zip codes to watch in real estate: https://www.realtor.com/2022hottestzipcodes/
Beware, dear homebuyer of the future: Those close to you might not be the experts you think they are. You could be heeding bad (albeit well-intentioned) advice without even knowing it. So we’re here to bust the most common misconceptions about home buying so you can do this thing the right way.
What are the best questions to ask a mortgage lender before you lock in a home loan? If you want to find the very best mortgage for your needs, it pays to not automatically go with the very first lender you see. So how do you compare and contrast your options effectively? Ask these 10 questions below to get a sense of who’s right for you.
As one tangible way to say "thank you for your service," current and former members of the military have access to Veterans Affairs home loans. Veterans, active-duty service personnel, and select Reservists or National Guard members are among those who can quality for VA loans. (Find specific eligibility requirements here.) Wondering what some of the benefits of a VA loan might be? Here are five to consider.
Winter is supposed to be a buyer's market, right? Fewer buyers = way less competition. Right? But thanks to the coronavirus, this winter will be different—a time when any assumptions you may have about the market could cost you, big-time. Keep in mind these six common mistakes—heed these pitfalls lying beneath the powder or else you might just lose out on your dream space, leading to a very long winter indeed.
Realtor.com's 2021 housing forecast predicts record-high prices will continue rising in 2021, delivering a blow to first-time buyers and those on a budget. Mortgage interest rates, which hit historic lows this year and helped fuel the go-go growth in U.S. housing markets, are also expected to tick up again, making monthly housing payments ever more expensive.
To say 2020 was a year of surprises is an extreme understatement. What started off as a bright year for the housing market and the economy was soon derailed by a global pandemic and severe economic recession. We expect housing’s winning streak to continue in 2021 as seasonal trends normalize and some of the frenzied momentum fades thanks to fresh affordability challenges. Below you’ll find our forecast and housing market predictions on key trends that will shape the year ahead.
First-time home buyers have it harder today than ever. Caught between high real estate prices, low housing inventory, and a pandemic that has many of us nervous about leaving our house, home shoppers might be wondering: Is it even possible to buy right now—and how? If you're curious about what it takes to purchase property in today's marketplace, look no further than this new series.