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The Real Estate Market is Not In A Free Fall (and This is Why)

Neil Goradia real estate, Sellers 4 Comments

By: Neil Goradia

Reading recent headlines, you’d assume that the real estate market was about to collapse and, with Forbes reporting that the industry is already in “free fall,” you’d be right to have your reservations. Before you panic, it’s important to take stock of the factors currently impacting the market and rest assured that its foundation remains intact.

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3 Actionable Tips for Keeping Sellers Happy When the Market Shifts

Alex Capozzolo Marketing, Sales & Marketing, Sellers, Working with Clients 1 Comment

By: Alex Capazollo

If a shift is not yet happening in your market, there’s a chance it is happening in someone else’s. The band-aid of low interest rates is currently being yanked off, causing a significant increase in monthly payments for potential buyers. People are in fear of a potential recession. Real estate values are beginning to plateau and even …

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The Wild Ride of Interest Rates

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Mortgage Financing, Sales & Marketing 1 Comment

By Jason O’Neil Sit tight. Last week mortgage interest rates jumped drastically. Some say without warning, but then again, most have been preaching for months, if not years, that rates can’t stay this low. Can they? Why did they rise? Is Wall Street fed up? Was the Federal Reserve testing the market’s tolerance with some well thought out comments?  “The …

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Tips to Help First-Time Home Buyers Succeed

Blog Contributor Business Challenges, Sales & Marketing, Working with Clients 1 Comment

By Heather Soldonia Despite the condition of the nation’s real estate market, California still holds some of the strongest property values in the country. Forbes Magazine recently released its annual article of America’s 500 Most Expensive Zip Codes. And it’s actually easier to identify which San Francisco Bay area towns aren’t listed. The median home price in Sunnyvale (#498) was …