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Monthly Archives: June 2022

    Home Price Deceleration Doesn’t Mean Home Price Depreciation

    By KCM Crew | June 16, 2022

    Experts in the real estate industry use a number of terms when they talk about what’s happening with home prices. And some of those words sound a bit similar but mean very different things. To help clarify what’s happening with home prices and where experts say they’re going, here’s a look at a few terms […] Read More

    A Majority of Consumers Say It’s a Good Time To Sell Your House

    By KCM Crew | June 15, 2022

    If you’re a homeowner thinking about selling your house, you’re probably looking for the best time to make your move. That means you’re likely balancing a number of factors, like your changing needs, where you’ll go when you sell, and today’s mortgage rates in order to time it just right. According to recent data, that […] Read More

    Is the Housing Market Correcting?

    By KCM Crew | June 14, 2022

    If you’re following the news, all of the headlines about conditions in the current housing market may leave you with more questions than answers. Is the boom over? Is the market crashing or correcting? Here’s what you need to know. The housing market is moderating compared to the last two years, but what everyone needs […] Read More

    More Americans Choose Real Estate as the Best Investment Than Ever Before

    By KCM Crew | June 13, 2022

    Americans’ opinion on the value of real estate as an investment is climbing. That’s according to an annual survey from Gallup. Not only is real estate viewed as the best investment for the ninth year in a row, but more Americans selected it than ever before. The graph below shows the results of the survey […] Read More

    The Top Reasons To Own Your Home [INFOGRAPHIC]

    By KCM Crew | June 10, 2022

    Some Highlights June is National Homeownership Month, and it’s a great time to consider the benefits of owning your own home. If you’re considering homeownership, know that it can give you privacy, comfort, and a place to express yourself. It can al... Read More

    Luxury Homes Are in High Demand

    By KCM Crew | June 9, 2022

    As people realize their needs are changing, some are turning to luxury housing to find their dream home. Investopedia helps define what pushes a home into this category. In a recent article, they point out that a luxury home isn’t only defined by its price. Location is also an important factor. It could be a […] Read More

    What Are the Best Options for Today’s First-Time Homebuyers?

    By KCM Crew | June 8, 2022

    If you’re looking to buy your first home, you’re likely balancing several factors. Because both mortgage rates and home prices have risen this year, it costs more to buy a home than it did even just a few months ago. But that doesn’t mean you have to put your plans on hold. If you partner […] Read More

    Why the Growing Number of Homes for Sale Is Good for Your Move Up

    By KCM Crew | June 7, 2022

    Are you thinking about selling your current home? If so, the biggest question on your mind may be: if I sell now, where will I go? If this resonates with you, there’s something you should know. The number of homes coming onto the market is increasing and that could make it easier for you to […] Read More

    Why You Need an Expert To Determine the Right Price for Your House

    By KCM Crew | June 6, 2022

    If your lifestyle has changed recently and you’re ready to make a move, taking advantage of today’s sellers’ market might be just the answer for your summer plans. With homes continuing to get multiple offers, this could be your moment to get the contract you’re looking for on your house if you’re ready to sell. […] Read More

    History Proves Recession Doesn’t Equal a Housing Crisis [INFOGRAPHIC]

    By KCM Crew | June 3, 2022

    Some Highlights It’s important to understand history proves an economic slowdown does not equal a housing crisis. In 4 of the last 6 recessions, home prices actually appreciated. Home prices only fell twice – minimally in the early 90s and then by n... Read More