Silly myths and real estate

February 23rd, 2018

Yeah, it’s true there are silly myths that seem to follow real estate.  It’s like almost anything, where there are people who just assume something instead of really knowing a topic.  Or maybe even they knew a topic, but a while ago and things have changed. Processes do change based on the current needs.  We see this is everywhere.  So why do people assume that the old rules still apply?  Old news and myths are not helpful, get educated and empowered.  Here are some silly myths that really you should just ignore.

It takes a 20% down payment to buy a home.

Yeah, this is a silly myth as well.  Yet many people still believe.  Worst yet this old news can even stop people from even trying to buy a home.  It is important to know that this is simply not true.  The lenders have developed loan programs that have all sorts of parameters, even down payment.  In fact, if you have served our country you may be eligible for a down payment as low as 3%.

You need great credit to buy a home.

Unfortunately, this is another silly myth that really can keep people away.  Don’t let this happen to you or anyone you know.  The truth is that lenders want to lend.  Lenders also realize that not all buyers have great or outstanding credit scores.  So how do they get around this?  In general, they create loan programs allowing lower scores.  In turn, they typically charge a higher interest rate to compensate for a higher risk loan. To help debunk this myth, let’s take a look at Ellie Mae’s latest Origination Insight Report, which focuses on recently closed (approved) loans.

Below is an illustration that was provided by Keeping Current Matters.

FICO score myth

FICO score myth

 

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

 

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Homeowners and Appraisers are getting closer

February 16th, 2018

Homeowners and appraisers are getting closer in their agreement of home values.  In our market, with supply tight and demand high home prices are climbing. Appreciation is a beautiful way to add value to your home.  With the forces of time, supply and demand tugging on each other appreciation has excelled. In fact, some believe that appreciation could easily get up to 4% or more over the next twelve months.

One of the obstacles of the mortgage process was the lender’s appraisal.  Most lenders have their own appraisers with specialized tools to determine a value for the home.  This is a critical step for lenders as they determine proper loan amounts and programs.  During this process a conflict can arise between sales price and value of the home or collateral.  This conflict sometimes can be too great and can cause the lender not to lend their money. No one wins in this situation, which is why proper pricing is critical.

Another way that this conflict between homeowners and appraisers value can effect you is in the refinance process.  A reduced home value will change the amount of cash out that can be taken.  You can also look at this like a dispute in equity and value. Most lenders will not lend above the home value at the current time, which is why people who were upside down could not refinance to solve the problem.

Monthly, Quicken Loans measures the disparity between what a homeowner who is seeking to refinance their home believes their house is worth and what an appraiser’s evaluation of that same home is. It shows, the difference was the narrowest it has been in over two years, as the gap between appraisers and homeowners was only -0.5%. This is important for homeowners to note as even a .5% difference in appraisal can mean thousands of dollars that a buyer or seller would have to come up with at closing.

Below is an illustration provided by Keeping Current Matters.   This shows the changes in home price estimates over the last two years.

Appraiser and Homeowner are getting closer

Appraisers and Homeowners are getting closer

As you can see, it is true homeowners and appraisers are getting closer in their home value numbers.  Bill Banfield, Executive VP of Capital Markets at Quicken Loans urges homeowners to find out how their local markets have been impacted by supply and demand.  Knowledge is power when you go to sell or refinance your home.

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

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We would like to invite you to visit ArbieTurnerHomes.com. We specialize in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Tega Cay areas of South Carolina. We have made available tours of subdivisions in each city for your review. We are deeply knowledgeable of these areas, which is why you want to choose us for your real estate needs.

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Who bought homes in 2017?

February 9th, 2018

Have you been wondering who bought homes in 2017?  Maybe you have been sitting on the side lines, unsure if this is the right time.  Maybe you are thinking that you will need a 20% down payment, when now you don’t.  Maybe you have been thinking of buying a second home, and would like to know how many other buyers are out there.  Maybe you have heard that the housing inventory is a little low, without realizing how many great builders are in our area. If you would like to see what our local builders can offer please visit:  http://arbieturner.newnha.com.

One of the components to who is buying is the first time homebuyer.  The profile of first time homebuyers can change from year to year based on economic outlook.  Interest rates have risen, but they are still at historic lows.  Now is a great time to buy, while the rates are low.

Who is a first time homebuyer and who bought homes in 2017

Well you may be surprised who is a first time homebuyer, and you may also find that you are in one of these groups.  Here is a breakdown of what the typical first-time homebuyer actually looks like based on the National Association of REALTORS most recent Profile of Home Buyers & Sellers.

Below is a great illustration provided by Keeping Current Matters, utilizing NAR‘s data.

Who bought in 2017?

Who bought in 2017?

There are some interesting facts that come to the front.  When you look at income, status and age first time homebuyers may not be who you thought they were.  In fact, a first time homebuyer may look a lot like you now.

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

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We would like to invite you to visit ArbieTurnerHomes.com. We specialize in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Tega Cay areas of South Carolina. We have made available tours of subdivisions in each city for your review. We are deeply knowledgeable of these areas, which is why you want to choose us for your real estate needs.

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Significant equity rising

February 2nd, 2018

Homeowners are enjoying significant equity rising.  Multiple studies show that one of the pillars of building wealth is owning your own home.  Not only are you forced to make a monthly payment towards your asset, you are also living in it.  You are no longer paying towards someone else’s asset.  Besides paying down the principal of your loan, there is another way you are earning money and that is with equity.  And there is good news for homeowners, because equity is on the rise.

CoreLogic’s latest Equity Report revealed that “over the past 12 months, 712,000 borrowers moved into positive equity.” This is great news, as the share of homeowners with negative equity (those who owe more than their home is worth), has dropped more than 20% since the peak in Q4 of 2009 (26%) to 4.9% today. The report also illustrated the following:

  • The average homeowner gained approximately $14,900 in equity during the past year.
  • Compared to Q3 2016, negative equity decreased 22% from 3.2 million homes, or 6.3% of all mortgaged properties.
  • U.S. homeowners with mortgages (roughly 63% of all homeowners) have seen their equity increase by a total of $870.6 billion since Q3 2016, an increase of 11.8%, year-over-year.

Of the 95.1% of homeowners with positive equity in the U.S., 82.9% have significant equity (defined as more than 20%). This means that more than three out of four homeowners with a mortgage could use the equity in their current home to purchase a new home now.

The map below shows the percentage of homes by state with a mortgage and significant equity. Keeping Current Matters provided this map for us.

 

Significant Equity

Significant Equity

As you can see, both North and South Carolina are enjoying significant equity rising. It is a good place to be both if you are planning to stay in your home and if you are planning to move up.

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

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We would like to invite you to visit ArbieTurnerHomes.com. We specialize in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Tega Cay areas of South Carolina. We have made available tours of subdivisions in each city for your review. We are deeply knowledgeable of these areas, which is why you want to choose us for your real estate needs.

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Build more than wealth with homeownership

January 26th, 2018

Build more than wealth with homeownership.  It is true.  You can build your wealth while also receiving other non-financial benefits. If you have been paying rent and considering home ownership, now is a great time to act. Why pay someone else’s mortgage any more. You may also enjoy having more control over your space, and more privacy.  There are certainly more than financial reasons for wanting to own your home.

Homeownership is not just about building wealth. Here are a few of those benefits as per the National Association of Realtors:

  • Homeownership does make a significant positive impact on educational achievement.
  • Homeowners tend to be more involved in their communities than renters.
  • Homeownership and health outcomes found that homeowners and children of homeowners are generally happier and healthier than non-owners.

Although let us not deny that the financial gains are pretty nice as well.  Here is a great example. Over the next five years, home prices are expected to appreciate on average by 3.35% per year and to grow by 24.34% cumulatively, according to Pulsenomics’ most recent Home Price Expectation Survey.

So, what does this mean for homeowners and building their wealth?

As an example, let’s assume a young couple purchases and closes on a $250,000 home this month (January). If we only look at the projected increase in the price of that home, how much equity will they earn over the next 5 years?

Building Wealth

Building Wealth

Since some the experts predict that home prices will increase by 4.2% in 2018, the homeowners will have gained $10,500 in equity in just one year. Over a five-year period, their equity will increase by nearly $45,000! This figure does not even take into account their monthly principal mortgage payments. In many cases, home equity is one of the largest portions of a family’s overall net worth.

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

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To schedule a showing, just “click” on picture and complete form.

We would like to invite you to visit ArbieTurnerHomes.com. We specialize in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Tega Cay areas of South Carolina. We have made available tours of subdivisions in each city for your review. We are deeply knowledgeable of these areas, which is why you want to choose us for your real estate needs.

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Ready, Set, Go!

January 19th, 2018

Ready, Set, Go!  We have all probably heard these words right before a race.  Usually you have spent time getting ready.  You may have spent extra time practicing, or even changed what you ate.  You also probably examined the starting line and how you will pose right before the buzzer is sounded.  All in an effort to win the race. Well selling real estate is a lot like a race, and we want you to win.

Have you ever noticed that when you go to a grocery, clothing or electronics store that the stage is set.  In other words the vendors have taken time to display their products in the best possible way.  The vendors have set up elaborate displays and even have samples for you to touch, taste or hold.  These are all done in an effort to boost the sale numbers and reduce the time they are holding onto the product. Well your home is the same way.  Staging your home is an important step, it is your version of the display or getting ready.  If you would like to see a detailed suggestion list of staging tips, check out one of our previous posts at: http://blog.fortmillhomesforsale.com/blog/preparation-tips-sellers/.

Now on to the Go part of this.  Did you know that, according to recently released data from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the median amount of time a home spent on the market hit an all-time low of only three weeks in 2017.  This is great news for sellers.  Higher demand, and a lower inventory pushes down the time a home is on the market.

The chart below, provided by Keeping Current Matters,  shows the median weeks on the market from 1987 to today.

Weeks on the market

Weeks on the market

 

As you can see, houses are moving off the market at an aggressive pace.  This is a good indication that now is the time to sell. If you have been thinking of selling your home, let us help you.  We know what to do to move your home fast.

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

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To schedule a showing, just “click” on picture and complete form.

We would like to invite you to visit ArbieTurnerHomes.com. We specialize in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Tega Cay areas of South Carolina. We have made available tours of subdivisions in each city for your review. We are deeply knowledgeable of these areas, which is why you want to choose us for your real estate needs.

Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

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Hire a positive and proactive team of Realtors to help find your next home!

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Housing prices and appreciation

January 12th, 2018

Housing prices and appreciation work together in real estate.  Both ride tides that dictate what the market is doing and who benefits the most.  No matter if you are selling or looking to buy, housing prices and appreciation will directly play a roll in your decisions.  Some people fear that we are experiencing a real estate bubble, and that we will soon have another crash on our hands.  The accurate assessment is that we are not.  We can measure key factors that tell us that we are on firm ground.

Housing Prices

Housing prices are set by comparable value, demand and supply.   This is good news, because all of these can be measured. When it comes to value, a real estate appraiser will use comparable home sales in the area. Demand represents the number of buyers available, while supply uses number of homes available.  The movement of these factors will determine housing prices.

Appreciation

Simply put, appreciation is the increase in your home value.  Appreciation can happen due to time, location, supply and demand.  This is the value that someone else is willing to pay.  This can lend itself to be somewhat subjective based on situation.

Both housing prices and appreciation are linked.  Recently people have been worried or even quietly suggesting that we might be heading towards trouble again.  Are prices appreciating at the same rate that they were prior to the crash of 2006-2008? Let’s look at the numbers as reported by Freddie Mac:

Below is an illustration provided by Keeping Current Matters.  

House Appreciation

House Appreciation

The levels of appreciation we have experienced over the last four years are not close to the levels that were reached in the four years prior to last decade’s housing crash/decline.

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

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To schedule a showing, just “click” on picture and complete form.

We would like to invite you to visit ArbieTurnerHomes.com. We specialize in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Tega Cay areas of South Carolina. We have made available tours of subdivisions in each city for your review. We are deeply knowledgeable of these areas, which is why you want to choose us for your real estate needs.

Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

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The rent trap

January 5th, 2018

Yes it’s true, there is a rent trap.  Don’t be fooled and don’t fall into the rent trap.  What is the rent trap? Simply put, it is when the average rent out paces the average mortgage payments within a defined geographical location. Usually the rising rent rates happen slowly, but sometimes rates can be pushed up by a disaster creating a higher temporary demand.  Either way, it is generally not a good long term financial decision to pay a higher rent instead of investing in home ownership. Home ownership is a great way to grow your wealth.

Who is affected by the rent trap?  The answer is surprising.  Obviously people who are currently renting and have not entered the real estate market, can get caught in the rent trap.  Additionally it is also happening to Baby Boomers, which may seem surprising.  In a recent CNBC article, it was reported that many baby boomers are selling their current homes and moving into rentals, rather than purchasing another home.

“Between 2009 and 2015, the number of renters aged 55 or above rose 28 percent, while those aged 34 or younger only increased 3 percent…

Meanwhile, more than 5 million baby boomers across the nation are expected to rent their next home by 2020, according to a 2016 analysis from Freddie Mac.”

The Census Bureau recently released their 2017 third quarter median rent numbers. Keeping Current Matters provided a great chart showing how much the median rent has continued to rise since the mid 80’s, utilizing information from the Census.

The Rent Trap

The Rent Trap

As you can see, rents are continuing to go up.  This is a great way to see how rents slowly creep higher, sometimes without much alarm.  Every time rents go up, home ownership seems more financially stable. If you are renting, now is a great time to act.

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

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To schedule a showing, just “click” on picture and complete form.

We would like to invite you to visit ArbieTurnerHomes.com. We specialize in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Tega Cay areas of South Carolina. We have made available tours of subdivisions in each city for your review. We are deeply knowledgeable of these areas, which is why you want to choose us for your real estate needs.

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We work hard for our customers.

Hire a positive and proactive team of Realtors to help find your next home!

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Mortgages are affordable now

December 29th, 2017

Mortgages are affordable now.  It is true and we will show you. There is a lot of discussion about the current state of housing affordability for both first-time and move-up buyers, and some with a negative slant. However, the truth is that housing affordability is better today than many may think.  The market is moving, people are borrowing and banks want to lend.

Yet, the naysayers are correct in the fact that mortgage affordability today is not as good as it has been over the last several years. But, we must remember that home prices collapsed during the housing crash, and distressed properties (foreclosures and short sales) kept home values depressed for years.

Luckily, interest rates are still at historic lows.  And a lower interest rate can also dictate a more affordable mortgage; adding more buying power for potential homeowners.  In addition, low interest rates can also pressure banks to lend more in order to make a profit. Interest rates are projected to rise within the next twelve months, while yet still remaining at historic lows.

CoreLogic just published a report showing the National Homebuyers’ “Typical Mortgage Payment.”   This chart clearly outlines the different mortgage payments by year. This illustration provided by Keeping Current Matters.

Typical Mortgage Payment

Typical Mortgage Payment

As you can see, mortgages are affordable right now.  The only reason 2012 is so low is because of the impact of distressed properties.  In fact the “Typical Mortgage Payment” in January 2000 was higher than what is projected for 2018.  It is a great time to make a move.  If you have been renting and staying on the side lines, here is a great reason to jump into the real estate market.

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

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To schedule a showing, just “click” on picture and complete form.

We would like to invite you to visit ArbieTurnerHomes.com. We specialize in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Tega Cay areas of South Carolina. We have made available tours of subdivisions in each city for your review. We are deeply knowledgeable of these areas, which is why you want to choose us for your real estate needs.

Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

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Hire a positive and proactive team of Realtors to help find your next home!

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Available housing inventory

December 22nd, 2017

Available housing inventory is one of the factors affecting the housing market nationally.  Being aware of how the available housing inventory changes and what that means to you is important.  And like some things in life, it has it’s positives and it’s negatives.  If you are a buyer or a seller,  it is an exciting time to be making a move.  Here is a quick outline of how housing inventory can touch everyone.

If you are a seller:

If you are a seller than the available housing inventory is the literal number of your competition.  If there are less homes for sale, that means more potential buyers per home.  In addition a restricted housing inventory can inflate sale price due to demand alone.

If you are a buyer:

If you are a buyer, you would prefer a large number of available housing to choose from.  This would naturally mean that there would be less competition keeping the sales price down.

In real estate, it takes a six-month supply of existing salable housing inventory to maintain pricing stability. In most housing markets, anything less than six months will cause home values to appreciate while anything more than seven months will cause prices to depreciate.

Commerce Department reports Americans bought approximately 733k homes in November, up from 624k in October, biggest monthly gain since January 1992 and most homes sold in a month since July 2007, just before the recession began.  Median sales price of homes sold in November rose 1.2% from 2016 as homebuilders strive to keep up with surging demand.

According to the Existing Home Sales Report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the monthly inventory of homes has been below six months for the last four years.

Below is a chart provided by Keeping Current Matters.

Available housing inventory

Available housing inventory

As you can see, we are still way below the suggested six month supply needed to steady the pricing on housing.  This indicates that we still have more people looking for housing than what is available.  This is one of the strong reasons why new construction homes have been on the rise.  Our local builders are back in the business of building homes.  New construction homes can be single family, condo, or even town homes.  We work with many preferred builders and can make your dream come true.

All real estate is local. York County South Carolina has a lot to offer. Whether you want to visit the lakes, or be entertained you will not be let down. York County also has medical centers and higher education centers available. If you are thinking of making a move, give us a call. We have the deep community roots and network to help you find your next home. We can show you all of the beautiful areas of York County.

Click here to view featured property scroller.

To schedule a showing, just “click” on picture and complete form.

We would like to invite you to visit ArbieTurnerHomes.com. We specialize in the Rock Hill, Fort Mill, Indian Land and Tega Cay areas of South Carolina. We have made available tours of subdivisions in each city for your review. We are deeply knowledgeable of these areas, which is why you want to choose us for your real estate needs.

Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

We work hard for our customers.

Hire a positive and proactive team of Realtors to help find your next home!

For more information please visit:  http://ArbieTurnerHomes.com

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Merry Christmas