How Internet Accessibility Affects Communities and Home Values
In a world gone almost completely digital, we reflect on the inaccessibility of basic internet and how it affects a home’s value.
From Los Angeles to Miami, the COVID-19 pandemic has seen home prices in major cities decrease over the course of the past couple of months. These are the cities that have seen homes become more affordable in light of the virus.
With the two biggest generations, Baby Boomers and Millennials, competing for space in America’s housing market, inventories of available homes have been affected drastically. But what does this mean for future generations when Boomers eventually start vacating their homes?
This year’s election is proving to be one of the most contentious battles for the White House the country has seen in years. Candidates from both sides of the aisle have established their platforms on hot-button issues from immigration reform to healthcare access. How might their plans affect young, first-time buyers facing higher home prices and tight inventory?
Although markets are constantly changing due to the effects from mortgage rates, inventory, or even the seasonality in which you buy or sell, these are four signs you should look out for if you’re looking to buy.
Helping buyers and sellers understand what is happening at the metro or neighborhood level is one of the most important services real estate agents provide to their customers. See how your home’s value is impacted by trends in the national real estate market.