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!
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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.”