It’s a Good Time To Sell Your House. If you’re a Memphis Tennessee homeowner thinking about selling your house, you’re probably looking for the best time to make your move. You’re likely balancing a number of factors, like your changing needs, where you’ll go when you sell, and today’s mortgage rates in order to time it just right.Continue reading “It’s a Good Time To Sell Your House”
The housing market is moderating compared to the last two years.
The Growing Number of Homes for Sale Is Good for Your Move Up. Why?
Home Loans Aren’t What They Were. The question is Why? Let’s talk about that. In today’s housing market, many are beginning to wonder if we’re returning to the riskier lending habits and borrowing options that led to the housing crash 15 years ago. Let’s ease those concerns. Let’s Talk! Contact us Today. Several times a year, the Mortgage BankersContinue reading “Home Loans Aren’t What They Were”
If recent headlines about rising inflation are making you wonder if it’s still a good time to buy, here’s what experts have to say.
Looking at the recessions going all the way back to the 1980s, home prices appreciated four times and depreciated only two times.
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Update your home before selling? Everyone asks that question. What’s the condition of your home? Why are you selling? What’s your ultimate goal? What’s your budget? How much do you expect to return on your expense? What’s the current market for upgraded homes? Is it neccesary? All questions MB Realty can help answer. Contact usContinue reading “Update your Home before Selling?”
Undecided on Moving This Spring? If you’re thinking of selling your house, it may be because you’ve heard prices are rising, listings are going fast, and sellers are getting multiple offers on their homes. But why are conditions so good for sellers today? And what can you expect when you move? To help answer both of those questions, let’s turn to theContinue reading “Undecided on Moving This Spring?”
Last year, most experts projected mortgage rates would gradually increase and end 2022 in the high 3% range. Last week the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage is already at 4.72%.