Real Estate suggestions

DC Fawcett’ Real Estate suggestions for the year of 2017

Exceeding demands and lesser rates of interest have been promoting sales of houses in 2016. And 2017, is going to be one big year, although with a few limitations. Here are the few real estate suggestions from DC Fawcett.

Home prices have started to go for a steep hike. Particularly, in secondary markets, homes are found to be distributed in areas with exorbitant prices.

The vicinities of Seattle, Portland and Denver will perform well in the real estate market in the year of 2017.  The growth of price is expected to be around 10 percent or 11 percent.  If there is a hike in the rate of mortgage in the year of 2017, normalcy will be restored to the sales. There will be only a smaller price appreciation.

The market scenario is likely to be in favor of the seller in 2017. And, by the year of 2018, there will be exceptions with regard to cities as the Atlantic, New Jersey, and Detroit.

As we are going through the latter half of the decade, ownership of home is a viable long term hold and the choicest savings plan.

Real Estate Suggestions

Here are some Real Estate Suggestions from DC Fawcett to keep in touch with the latest market scenario:

    1. Those who buy for first time – Get the home now:

      Those who want to purchase home should do it right away.  Umpteen homes sales are inclined to be for the buyers who are purchasing home for the first time.  The bidding wars are likely to be vehement in the spring.  Also, there will be a very scant inventory this year.  There will also be less competition for a single unit. There will be a greater amount of aspiring sellers.

    2. Those who sell – Hire the appropriate agent:

      Sellers should spend time on skimming for the appropriate agent.  In case of a bad hire, it can cause loss to the seller, and arduous waiting for many months.

      One has to view the agent’s online marketing material and listings.  Does it furnish a good photo or a video? One has to see whether the descriptions are accurate and relevant, and whether they are without much exaggeration.

      One has to confine the search to just a couple of agents.  Keep it in mind to request for sales reports and listings.

    3. Those who are buying – There are plenty of loan options

      Those who are not able to acquire the mortgages can easily get financing of mortgages.  The alluring interest-alone loans have popped up on the menu once again.  Just steer clear of those loans.

    4. For Renters – This might be the best time to purchase

      In many scenarios, rents have a steep hike than the value of the homes. It has to be noted that the rate of mortgages are low.  There is an impending rise of renters who have turned into buyers.  This is the case if they are to be in the place for 10 years after purchasing.

    5. For Sellers – The Option is always open:

      No sooner than you plan to dispose a property, it could materialize. All that is needed is to raise greenery in front of the property.

    6. Sellers and buyers – Make out the market:

      When the inventory goes up, there is the potential buyer’s market.  Sellers must be more diligent about slashing of the prices and the credits that they can acquire.

    7. Buyers – Be careful when buying near a waterside

      While buying near a waterside, be careful about the harsh realities of weather and insurance.  Many people along the coast are forced to buy flood insurance. Some home sellers and agents very easily get away with not revealing the realities.  So, accurate questions have to be raised by the buyers, and they will have to continue researching on their own.

 

One can get more suggestions regarding the real estate through the blogs by Dc Fawcett. The Founder of the Virtual Real Estate Investing Club. That is the right place to see what is visible in the present real estate scenario – buying, selling, or renting.