Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past 12 months you’re well aware the U.S. is experiencing an extremely strong seller’s market. That is great for sellers, except for the fact that the majority of those sellers are also buyers. The truth is that the process of selling and buying can be a
Though indications point to an even stronger market U.S. real estate market in 2021, and most experts agree this year will see growth in both home sales and prices, there are a few unknowns that may threaten this market. After all, the housing crisis of 2008 caught many people in and outside the industry off
It’s no secret that the 2020 real estate market was different than any the U.S. has ever seen. The strangest part of the year was how strong the market finished in Q4. As of the date of this article, that full-steam-ahead market isn’t showing signs of slowing. In examining how the 2021 U.S. real estate
2020 was quite a year. The world faced the most severe medical crisis in over a century, millions of people were left jobless, and we all had to adapt to a brand new way of life. In the midst of this whirlwind, the U.S. real estate market underwent some predictable and very unpredictable changes. Most
Just like everywhere else in the U.S., Washington, D.C. has been through some serious ups and downs over the past six months as a result of COVID-19. Though many industries are suffering due to the pandemic and unemployment numbers are soaring, the real estate market in the D.C. Metro area is currently reporting higher than
When the threat of COVID-19 first hit the United States no one was sure what the impact on our housing market was going to be. The truth is that at the time this article is being written, we still don’t know how the market is going to look on the other side of this pandemic.