Posts Tagged ‘#Dacula’

Prices Continue to Rise Inventory Still Low

Sunday, June 15th, 2014

The big story is still lack of inventory … and that is driving prices gains for Sellers.  • The available months of supply dropped to 4.7 months versus was 6.6 months in February. 6 months of supply is considered the bare minimum for ‘normal’ conditions. • For the Greater Metro Atlanta area, listed inventory was […]

Spring Recovery: Dead on Arrival?

Monday, April 28th, 2014

Spring Recovery: Dead on Arrival? just in from DS NEWS ,, Seller Read Fast and Ack Faster. The Long and Short of it .. with lenders setting tighter guidelines and low inventory the market is cooling faster than expected. Which could result in declining values as Buyers become more cautious. My advice List Today Be […]

Clever Uses for Common Household Items

Tuesday, March 25th, 2014

 Clever Uses for Common Household Items Save money and reduce waste with these handy ideas for using (and re-using) everyday items around your home. Charcoal.  It can’t be beat for firing up the outdoor grill, but did you know that charcoal is also a great do-it-yourself odor eater? Place a few pieces in a bowl […]

2014 Housing Market .. whats next

Wednesday, March 5th, 2014

  2014 Housing Market I was reading this great report on whats next in the market and wanted to share it with you. I caution you remember that all real estate in local and national trends to effect the local market. However the local market responses to its on local issues. So seek the advice […]

Housing Inventory Continues Fall in January

Monday, February 17th, 2014

Time and time again I am being asked these days  “hows the housing market “. My response for the last several months has been  the same – Houses  are selling fast Low Inventory and Low Mortgage Rates adding in High Buyer  makes for a Seller Market. The following article outlines the current market trend   Housing Inventory Continues […]

Home Builders Forecasting a Steady Rise in 2014

Monday, February 10th, 2014

Home Builders Forecasting a Steady Rise in 2014 Fri, 2014-02-07 14:05 — NationalMortgag… Led by a resurgence in single-family production, housing will continue its climb toward higher ground in 2014, but builders are still confronting several challenges that could hinder the pace of the ongoing recovery, according to economists speaking at the National Association of Home […]

Home Prices Push Up – Now is the Time to Sell

Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

Home prices edged up again in November as markets across the nation climbed a little closer to their pre-crash peaks—and others pushed up past them. The latest Home Price Index (HPI) report from Black Knight Financial Services (BKFS) shows prices rising in November to a national index value of $232,000, up 0.3 percent from October. Compared to […]

December Existing Home Sales Rise, 2013 Strongest in Seven Years

Friday, January 24th, 2014

December Existing Home Sales Rise, 2013 Strongest in Seven Years Existing Home Sales edged up in December sales for all of 2013 were the highest since 2006, and median prices maintained strong growth, according to the National Association of Realtors. Total Existing homes sales, which are completed transactions that included single family homes townhomes and […]

Mortgage applications rise 4.7% Refinance share increases 10%

Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

GREAT NEWS – with new mortgage applications on the rise homes sales are sure to follow. Gwinnett county currently has a house supply – shortage and a buyer demand is increasing This report from HousingWire reports a  rising 4.7% for the week ending Jan. 17, the latest report from the Mortgage Bankers Association said. The refinance […]

Buy-and-Rent Investments

Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

Is it  getting harder to make a money buying up foreclosures and renting them out? The auction prices of homes climbed faster than rents in 2013, so returns on investment dropped, according to a report from CoreLogic. The practice is still profitable, but in many places not as much as it was. “It’s gotten so competitive that […]