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Buying a home is not only one of the biggest purchases of your life, but it’s also a very big financial decision. For first time home buyers this can be very scary and stressful, but here at Communie we want […]
Many homeowners make common mistakes when looking for the best floor plan to fit their needs. Whether you are getting ready to design your floor plan with an architect or you are house hunting to look for the perfect home, […]
We’ve all asked this question to ourselves at some point in our lives. When deciding whether to rent or purchase a home, we need to ask ourselves the following 5 questions. Where will I be living the next 3-5 years? […]
Whether you are considering the purchase of your first home or trading up to the home your family frequently fantasizes about, there are three crucial questions you must know the answer to: 1. What is the minimum down payment required […]
As a seller, you will be most concerned with the ‘short term price’ – where home values are headed over the next six months. As a buyer, you must be concerned not with price but instead with the ‘long term cost’ of the home.
Summer is here! The temperature isn’t the only thing heating up right now, so too is the housing market in many areas of the country! Here are four great reasons to consider buying a home today instead of waiting.
Now that much of the dust has settled and the panic has waned, let’s take a look at what impact Britian’s exit from The European Union may have on the U.S. housing market. The most immediate impact of Brexit will be on mortgage interest rates.
In many markets across the country, particularly where we see very low home inventory in the West, the amount of buyers searching for their dream home greatly outnumber the amount of homes for sale. This has led to a very competitive marketplace where one buyer may need to stand out significantly from another buyers.
We find it easy to estimate that the current new homebuilding pace of 629,000 units in 2016 will grow to a 1.5 million unit run-rate within five years. This would truly be a boom and could carry the U.S. economy along with it.