New Home Friday 12-11-2015

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 11

New Home Friday 12-04-2015

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 04

Feds Raise Rates

by Builder Trade In Program Dec, 01

December should be the month after years of zero interest, now is the time.

Why now you ask? Inflation is nearing 2.5%, the housing market is slowing, so why now? When the rates go up, Buyer's hop back into the market and get off the fence.

Rates are at a 30 year low and 1/2 % rate increase will not be felt by most. Gas prices are low, unemployment is low and most families have paid off or down their debt, so the economy is ready!

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In the current market, new homes may be a better deal than resale homes!

by Builder Trade In Program Nov, 20

That’s right, the market shift has turned the tables. Now buyers have the market in the palm of their hands and can get some really outstanding deals on new construction homes but you have to know where to look.

“Resale home owners may be willing to deal but in the past thirty days I have been able to successfully negotiate $69,117 off the asking price of a new home for a client and then shortly after located a home for another client and negotiated $91,000 off the asking price and we are still in negotiations to get even more from the builder. By the way, these home prices included upgrades!

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Home Builders Proudly Serve Our Veterans

by Builder Trade In Program Nov, 13

 

Many home builders are making the effort to serve our military and veterans across the nation.  The most creative efforts have been by those builders where there is a vast military population.  They include free upgrades, assistance with closing costs, providing Green housing and modern developments for wounded veterans. But while our veterans appreciate the benefits, most importantly, they want a reputable and honest company…one with family values and integrity.

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New Home Friday 11-06-2015

by Builder Trade In Program Nov, 06

Mortgage default rate remains low

by Builder Trade In Program Nov, 06

A great deal of progress has been made in the real estate market since the housing crisis in 2008.

More individuals are applying for U.S. home mortgages, and consumer default rates decreased in September.

S&P Dow Jones Indices show low default rate. According to a recent press release from S&P Dow Jones Indices, there was a composite default rate of 0.89% in September. This is down seven basis points when compared month over month.

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Housing Starts Rise as Construction Underpins U.S. Economy

by Builder Trade In Program Oct, 30

New-home construction in the U.S. climbed in September, a sign residential real estate will bolster the world’s largest economy.

Housing starts increased 6.5 percent to a 1.21 million annualized rate, more than forecast and the second-highest level in eight years, figures from the Commerce Department showed Tuesday in Washington. A drop in building permits indicates the rebound will be slow to materialize.

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CHA,…CHA,…CHANGES!

by Builder Trade In Program Oct, 23

 

Times they are a changin’ and the new homes of today and in the future have had to mold to the lifestyles of our future.  Consideration of our natural resources and the technology demand need to be realized and recognized in the construction of our new homes today.

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New Home Friday 10-23-2015

by Builder Trade In Program Oct, 23