So what can we expect for real estate in 2023? Will mortgage rates continue to climb? Could home prices come crashing down? While this is one of the more challenging real estate periods to forecast, here’s what several industry experts predict will happen to the U.S. housing market in the coming year.
Over the past few years, a real estate buying frenzy bid up home prices to eye-popping amounts. However, as mortgage rates have risen, buyer demand has cooled. Consequently, home sellers who enter the market today may need to reset their expectations.
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The Realtor.com website released its 2023 housing market predictions last week, stating that mortgage rates will be above 7%, rents will outpace home prices, and overall home sales will decline.It also predicted 100 of the largest local markets in the United States.
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Cut through the online clutter and armchair quarterbacking of the real estate industry with these ten predictions from Windermere Real Estate Chief Economist Matthew Gardner. This article appeared in Inman, Hickman-Coen Home Team is a subscriber.
This is an inflection point for the housing market. Over the past two years, we’ve seen a massive amount of buyer demand (showings) and not enough homes available for sale (listings). Today, supply and demand look very different. Supply is up and demand is down.
Mortgage rates have been on a roller coaster ride this year, rising and falling amid inflationary pressures and economic uncertainty. And even the experts are divided regarding predicting where rates are headed next. This climate has been unsettling for some homebuyers and sellers. However, with proper planning, you can work toward qualifying for the best mortgage rates available today – and open up the possibility of refinancing at a lower rate in the future.