The housing market recovery coming into the new year has been nothing short of remarkable. Many experts agree the turnaround from the nation’s economic pause is playing out extremely well for real estate, and the current market conditions are truly making this winter an ideal time to make a move. Here’s a dive into some of the biggest wins for homebuyers this season.
In 2020, mortgage rates hit all-time lows 16 times. Continued low rates have set buyers up for significant long-term gains. In fact, realtor.com notes:
“Given this means homes could cost potentially tens of thousands less over the lifetime of the loan.”
Essentially, it’s less expensive to borrow money for a home loan today…
For 2021, the Seaside School Half Marathon + 5K is going completely virtual. Get ready to sweat, connect and crush some run goals from wherever you are in the world. Your registration fee includes shipping costs for your Bradley® ReActive Sling Backpack and Pleated Face Mask, Billie Gaffrey Designed Race Shirt, Virtual Training Coach Program led by lululemon® Grayton Beach Ambassador, Rex Stinnet + many more surprises!
How does it work? Simply complete your selected course, at any pace and in any style you wish, between Sunday, February 12th and Sunday, February 28th, 2021. Then report your time to be added to the race’s national results leaderboard. 100% of proceeds from the race benefits the Seaside School, Inc. making this a great way to…
Premier focused on raising donations for local charities during the holidays and we are proud to say that we raised over $25,000 in monetary donations!
The housing market was a shining star in 2020, fueling the economic turnaround throughout the country. As we look forward to 2021, can we expect real estate to continue showing such promise? Here’s what four experts have to say about the year ahead.
“In 2021, I think rates will be similar or modestly higher, maybe 3%...So, mortgage rates will continue to be historically favorable.”
“We expect sales to grow 7 percent and prices to rise another 5.7 percent on top of 2020’s already high levels.”
Let it be known, Team Niceville HAS THROWN DOWN THE GAUNTLET. Last week, the Premier Niceville office challenged themselves to raise $2,500 to support The Twin Cities Pavilion and Plew Elementary School in Niceville. True to form, they exceeded their goal and raised over $3,400 and Premier matched $2,500 for a total of $5,400. We are off to a great start, thank you team Niceville!
A special shout-out to Mary Gianelloni for her leadership of the Niceville efforts and to Tim and Anne Williams for highlighting the PWUMC. Mary G, Tim and Anne, your quiet dedication and constant drive to positively impact the communities you live and work in is inspiring to us all.
Bluewater Bay Marina is hosting its 2020 Santa Paddle Parade on Saturday, December 19, 2020.
All paddlers are welcome; if you can paddle it, bring it! Paddle on a stand-up paddle board, canoe, kayak, paddle boat, or surf skis.
The 3rd Annual Santa Paddle Parade will begin at 12 p.m. with a group photo. Immediately following the photo, the group of Santa Clauses will leave BWB Marina and paddle East to Rocky Bayou Bridge, North to North Shore of Rocky Bayou and back to Marina.
The parade route may be adjusted due to wind and weather.
Registration is $30. The first 75 to register will receive a Santa suit to wear during the paddle.
Proceeds for the event will benefit Sharing and Caring of Niceville.
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Raiders Landing is a new community coming soon to Niceville!
Located in Okaloosa County and voted one of the best places to live in Florida, Niceville is a town in Florida with a population of around 15,000. Living in Niceville offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and young professionals live in Niceville and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Niceville are highly rated.
Nestled comfortably along the shores of Choctawhatchee Bay in Florida’s panhandle, this friendly town is a paradise for people of all ages and interests. The size, warmth and sincerity of the community are apparent throughout the city. Couple that with an endless variety of indoor and outdoor recreation