What Is Happening In Todays Market

Dated: September 20 2021

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Prices are steady climbing and New Home Prices are being Set. Last Years Pre-Existing Starter Homes that sold in the $200s are selling this year in the $250s and up. New Construction Home Prices are now in the $300s and climbing. What that means is the $200,000 homes are now becoming the new $300,000 homes.

If you are waiting on the market to crash and foreclosure pricing, that's not going to happen. Most homeowners that are in a financial crises have more than enough equity in their home to sell, cash out and get a fresh start.

The best thing you can do for yourself, if you're thinking about becoming a homeowner, is to get started. The longer you wait, you could price yourself right out of the market or you'll have to take a lessor home than what you originally wanted.

If you want to become a homeowner I want to help you. Book An Appointment for Your Home Buyer Consultation. Waiting & Doing Nothing is not going to get you closer to your goal and will actually move you further away. Get educated on what you need to do to prepare for homeownership.


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Tolechia Lane

I purchased my first home as a single mother in my early 20's, so I know the fears, the anxiety and the financial responsibility that comes with such a large purchase. But I also know the pride, joy a....

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