It’s almost the new year. Get ready to break out the Cristal: We had a great 2015—the best year for housing since 2007. And our forecast here at realtor.com® projects an even better year in 2016.
Housing starts dropped 3.8 percent to a 1.1 million annualized rate, the weakest in three months, from a 1.14 million pace the prior month, a Commerce Department report showed Wednesday in Washington. The median forecast of 76 economists surveyed by Bloomberg was 1.17 million. Permits, a proxy for future construction, were little changed.
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The decision to become a homeowner is likely to be the biggest financial commitment you’ll make, and many factors should be taken into account.
The average 30-year fixed rate mortgage fell this week from 3.72% to 3.65%, its lowest point in 10 months, according to mortgage buyer Freddie Mac.
The year is already shaping positively for real estate worldwide. To be sure, that could change. However, a solid U.S. economy and strong demand for housing and business space throughout the world should keep the real estate industry percolating. A recent report by the real estate company Collier’s International indicates as much.
Let the following renovation rules, driven by shifts in the current housing market and informed by Consumer Reports’ nationally representative survey of 1,573 millennials, inform your decisions on improving your home and its value.
Rick Kurtz RD Training Systems video from our recent Colorado event. This is a presentation on Marketing by Rand Smith. For more information or to find out about our next seminar, visit http://ift.tt/1S8LJfY
Rick Kurtz has trained over 500,000 real estate agent in his career and keeps on going. Rick puts on live seminars to train and educate people all over the United States.
http://ift.tt/1STYVW7 Rick Kurtz has trained over 500,000 real estate agent in his career and keeps on going. Rick puts on live seminars to train and educate people all over the United States.