HOUSING MARKET IS ON TRACK FOR A GOOD SUMMER

Dated: 06/02/2017

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We may have more home buyers than sellers ,sellers it is a good time to put your home on the market if you are looking up size or down size I would say yes so contact my team i today to get started to see how your home is worth in today's market.

the most competitive, fastest-moving spring housing market in decades, manager of economic research at realtor.com®. “Following a furious start to the season, the median days on the market for homes on realtor.com® in May is the lowest since the end of the recession, and marks the first time that one in three homes is selling in under 30 days nationally.

Home sales would be higher but rapidly rising home prices, fueled by low inventories in markets around the country, are keeping sales constrained, he said. Home prices are expected to rise far ahead of wage gains, exacerbating a mismatch that’s plagued the market since the recovery began. He predicted price gains of 5 percent this year, about the same as last year.

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