• After a surge in March, existing home sales and new home sales slowed due to a drop in inventory available for sale in the start-up and trade-up categories. • Median existing home prices surged for the 62nd straight month, up 6.0% over last year to $244,800. • New home prices slowed as builders have started to turn their focus toward single family, smaller homes.
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Location, Location, Location ! Walking distance to coveted Acacia Elementary and Troy High School ! Wonderful single level- 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Dual pained windows, newer furnace/ac, updated electrical, remodeled bathrooms, new doors and jams throughout, recessed lighting throughout. Exceptionally sized patio and walkways to this rear entertaining beautifully landscaped yard with access
Are you looking to sell your Fullerton Home? If so, we are to help you with a helpful tip.
One of the many benefits of owning your own home is the freedom to find your ‘furever’ friend. By pointing out the aspects of your home that make it ‘pet-friendly’ in your listing, you’ll attract these buyers rather than alienate the 61% of American households that have a pet!
If you are one of the many Fullerton homeowners looking to list your home for sale, how do you stand out to the millions of pet parents searching for their dream homes?
Whether a dog person, a cat person, or someone who prefers the company of another pet species, 99% of pet owners say that they consider their animal to be family. When finding a home, 95% of animal owners believe
The Fullerton and North Orange County luxury housing market is completely different than the sizzling hot lower ranges.
Luxury Market Exposed: There simply are not enough buyers compared to the number of sellers in the higher end.
Bloomberg exclaims how homebuyers face bidding wars on “scarcer-than-ever” U.S. listings. CNBC describes spring housing as the “strongest seller’s market ever.” The Wall Street Journal reports that U.S. home resales spiked to hit a 10-year high. It’s no wonder that luxury homeowners list their homes with high expectation. The issue is that none of these headlines applies to luxury real estate.
Bloomberg, CNBC, and The Wall Street Journal are all reporting on the national market. They are illustrating how there is no
There are some experts questioning whether the current pace of residential home sales is maintainable. Are too many people buying homes like in 2004-2006? Are we headed for another housing crisis? Actually, if we look closely at the numbers, we can see that we are looking at a very healthy real estate market.
Why the concern?
Some are looking at the last four years of home sales and comparing them to the three years just prior to the housing bubble. Looking at the graph below, we can understand that thinking.
However, if we go further back in history, we can see the real picture. After taking out the “boom & bust” years, the pace of sales is growing at quite a natural pace.