Market Trends

Home Improvement Monthly Newsletter – June 2022 Housing Market Still Favors Sellers–but is that Set to Change? Ever since interest rates decreased at the beginning of the pandemic, the real estate market throughout most of the country has heavily favored sellers. When interest rates decrease, more buyers enter the market to secure mortgage loans with low interest rates. High buyer demand means […]
Buyer Let Someone Else’s Money Work For You! It is not a secret, but what is the easiest way to accumulate wealth?  By investing in real estate.  We all need somewhere to live and for most people this means having some version of a home payment, rent or mortgage.  In this article, I am not going to discuss the reasons to buy a […]
Market Trends A Relatively Quick Change in Home Prices Anyone in the market to buy a home knows how competitive and stressful it has been lately.  Whether competing in multiple offer scenarios, watching the interest rate increase 2.5% points since the beginning of the year, or getting priced out of a neighborhood you could have afforded last year or even month, it has become […]
Buyer Is Cash King for Making the Winning Offer? Do you need to make a cash offer to win?  This is a follow-up to an article I wrote back at the beginning of the COVID lockdown, “Lost to An All Cash Offer?”.   It is still an exciting topic and one that has surprised me as I have looked further into the details of how […]
Market Trends Salt Lake County 2020 Year End Review Salt Lake County Housing Trends – 2020 Year End Review 2020, What a year!  There are so many things to discuss, but probably the most exciting part is it is finally over.  However, just because the year is over, it does not mean things for buyers are going to improve. Some metrics I think are […]
Buyer Lost to An All Cash Offer? Wow, the real estate market in Salt Lake County is hot right now.  It may not be as crazy as the Bay Area, but it sure does feel like it.  As of today, March 11th 2020, there are only 1,215 active residential properties listed in the county.  That’s 44% lower than last year, and is […]
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