Real Estate Market

Real Estate Market Credit Scores Count. Do offers for a "free credit check" come in your mail? Credit check companies are diligent to remind us about the importance of a credit score, especially when buying a home. Poor scores usually result in a higher interest rate or denial of credit. That's why it's important to check your credit score before making […]
Real Estate Market More Positive Recovery News It's exciting to read a report that goes one step further than confirming the upward trend in home sales that we've been seeing. According to S&P/Case-Shiller, rebounding home prices signal the housing market may have finally turned around. Steady monthly increases are keeping us on track for a sustained recovery. We're seeing this positive national […]
Real Estate Market Home Inventory Low with High Demand It is an exciting time in real estate. Multiple offers are coming in on non-distressed homes in local neighborhoods, especially those listed in low to moderate price points, and home prices are steadily inching their way up. We're seeing national forecasts play out in our local market. Limited inventory is boosting home prices, as the National […]
Real Estate Market Encouraging News for Financially Stressed Homeowners Millions of families who are underwater on their mortgage, delinquent on their payments and heading for foreclosure, short sale or deed-in-lieu of foreclosure settlement, are one step closer to keeping their life preserver for another year. The Senate Finance Committe has approved a bill extending the Mortgage Forgiveness Debt Relief Act through 2013. This law […]
Real Estate Market Summer Report: “Cautiously Optimistic” Good news about our local housing market jumped off the Windermere page in yesterday's Seattle Times. Windermere partners with economist Matthew Gardner to give us the most current local housing data and explain what the numbers mean. I appreciate the Gardner Report and how it helps me better serve my clients, and encourage you to […]
Real Estate Market Banks Loosen Credit Standards It is predicted that the housing crisis will end in 2012, and part of the solution is that banks are loosening their credit standards:
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