Many homebuyers I encounter are on the fence of buying now vs. waiting until later this year or next year to buy a home. “Will inventory get better?” “What if the market softens?” “Is another crash coming?” “I’m waiting for prices to come down.”
If we haven’t spoken over the phone or in person about these concerns yet, we definitely should. But below is some general information for you to consider when determining whether now might be the right time for you to buy a home. Continue reading “The Cost of Waiting To Buy”
Congratulations to my client on purchasing this wonderful single family home in the Sunset district! This home has tons of potential and is in a convenient location near so many things. Wishing his family many years of happiness in their new home!
2721 Taraval Street, San Francisco
2 bed, 2 bath, 1200 sq ft.
Homeownership is a major part of the American Dream. As evidence of that, 91% of Americans believe that owning a home is either essential (43%) or important (48%) to achieving that “dream.” In a market where some people may be unsure about the benefits and possibilities of buying a home, it is important that we remember this.
Homeownership is NOT just about the money. In fact, some of the major benefits are non-financial. Here are a few of those benefits as per the National Association of Realtors: Continue reading “The Benefits Of Homeownership Go Beyond The Financial”
Congratulations to my client on purchasing a new investment property in Daly City, CA! Wishing you many years of prosperity with your new family investment in the Bay Area!
395 Imperial Way #122, Daly City
studio, 1 bath, 483 sq ft.
Represented buyer Continue reading “SOLD – 395 Imperial Way #122, Daly City”
The long window of low rates will remain open in 2018, but may be slowly closing. Expect a slow, moderate ascent, with rates staying in the 4 – 5% range in 2018. Now is the time to buy a home, with rates so low and prices continuing to climb.
The story may change in 2019 and beyond: Continue reading “2018 is the Projected Year of Interest Rates Rising and Homes Still Appreciating”