Posts Tagged ‘buyer’
If you want to buy a home, here are a few things you should consider before diving in. Home buying can be complex and often overwhelming, but with the right preparation, you can make the experience less stressful and more enjoyable. Here are some key tips to help you prepare for home buying:
In a recent post on Mortgage Daily News, Matthew Graham explains the hard-to-understand new fee structure by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. Graham writes, Seemingly overnight, the internet is awash with news regarding a “new,” unfair tax on mortgage borrowers with higher credit scores. Some have gone so far as to suggest that someone could intentionally lower their credit score to get a better deal.
It makes sense that so many homebuyers are millennials aged 26 to 41. That is when people typically start families and enter their prime earning years. So that demographic is when buying makes the most sense.
Karen and Helen describe the outlook for the Spring 2023 Boston Housing Market.
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.
Set in sought-after Chestnut Hill, this is a wonderful opportunity to own in Brookline two-family home with extra land! Both units are two bedrooms and one full bath. Perfect for investment or condo conversion! Great Brookline schools. Easy access to all highways, Route 9, Chestnut Hill T stop, and Hospitals. Short distance to the Heath School, Wegman’s, and the Chestnut Hill Mall. Home is family owned and currently does not generate income. 15 Glenland also owns 17 Glenland.