Helpful PMI Information

May 26th, 2017

We have some helpful PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance) information to share.  Whether you are a fist time home buyer or not, it is always a good idea to get all of the facts. PMI is part of the home buying process, and should be a consideration.  There are plenty of loan programs available, some with low down payments or shorter terms.  One thing that remains, is the PMI requirements for conventional home loans. This may seem like a somewhat mysterious charge from a vague source attached to your monthly mortgage payment, but it is more than that.

What is PMI and why am I required to purchase it?

Freddie Mac defines PMI as:

“An insurance policy that protects the lender if you are unable to pay your mortgage. It’s a monthly fee, rolled into your mortgage payment, that is required for all conforming, conventional loans that have down payments less than 20%.

Once you’ve built equity of 20% in your home, you can cancel your PMI and remove that expense from your mortgage payment.”

Well there it is, PMI is insurance against your default, which can be dropped at 20% equity.  The mystery is finally cleared away.

PMI is very important to all lenders.  It helps leverage their risk on your loan.  In many cases home loans would not be made possible with out PMI.  Not all buyers have a 20% down payment and closing costs.  This insurance has helped put millions of people in their next home.

According to the National Association of Realtors, the average down payment for all buyers last year was 10%. For first-time buyers, that number dropped to 6%, while repeat buyers put down 14% (no doubt aided by the sale of their home).   Plenty of these buyers were aided by PMI.

Below an example of the cost of a mortgage on a $200,000 home with a 5% down payment & PMI, compared to a 20% down payment without PMI. This illustration is provided by Keeping Current Matters.

 

Don’t let PMI scare you away.  You can get into your home sooner than you think, and we can help.

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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Saving for down payment

May 19th, 2017

When you are thinking of buying real estate, the down payment can sometimes be seen as a hurdle.  Many first time home buyers see the down payment as a large obstacle to prepare for. But take heart. Depending on where you live, median income, median rents, and home prices all vary. For this reason, it’s important to get current and accurate information. With this information you can paint a picture for each state or county that you are interested in.  In some cases, the down payment may be needed for a cross country relocation, or even a second home.

By determining the percentage of income spent renting a 2-bedroom apartment in each state, and the amount needed for a 10% down payment, Keeping Current Matters was able to establish how long (in years) it would take for an average resident to save enough money to buy a home of their own.

Using data from the United States Census Bureau and Zillow, determined how long it would take, nationwide, for a first-time buyer to save enough money for a down payment on their dream home. Remember, there is a long-standing ‘rule’ that a household should not pay more than 28% of their income on their monthly housing expense.

The attached illustration provided by Keeping Current Matters, utilizing data from The Census Bureau and Zillow.  You can see that there can be a large difference between states.

Years to Save Down Payment

Years to Save Down Payment

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.

We work hard for our customers.

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List now – Get a bang!

May 12th, 2017

Do not wait to list your home.  Now is the time to act.  Making the decision to sell your property can be influenced by many factors. Some potential sellers have been waiting, hoping that rates and inventory levels will remain the same.  Other buyers recognize that interest rates are still at historic lows, and that inventory levels are still low.  If you have been waiting to list your home for sale, do not let this opportunity pass you by.

The first reason you should list your home now is due to interest rates. Lower interest rates will allow potential buyers to be able to qualify for a higher purchase price.  This may push up the asking price for available homes, while also capturing a larger buyer pool.  Take advantage of the additional buying power available to all buyers now due to lower rates.  Many first time homeowners and seasoned home buyers are moving into their new homes every day.  If you list your home today, you could be on the move too.

The other reason is simply due to supply.  It really is another strong reason to list your home today.  Everyone in school learned about how supply and demand affect each other. When supply is low, or it is a seller’s market, the demand is pushed higher and prices tend to rise.  Some areas are seeing larger than normal price inflation already.  As the housing inventory dwindles there are still potential buyers out there looking for their home.  Right now, they could be looking at your property next.

The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently reported that the inventory of homes for sale stands at a 3.8-month supply. This is considerably lower than the 6-month supply necessary for a normal market. Below is an illustration provided by Keeping Current Matters.  It easily shows that the number of listing available for showings is at a lower level.

 

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.

We work hard for our customers.

Provided Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

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

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Move up to your luxury home

May 5th, 2017

Now is the time to move up to your luxury home.  We have some great reasons to share that will show why now is the time to act on your luxury home.  While you may be sitting on the side lines, other buyers are out in force.  Many have already obtained a loan pre-approval and are ready to shop and make offers on existing inventory. Some buyers have waited and saved for years to make a cash offer. While other buyers may be selling a home and utilizing their savings to purchase a luxury home. There are many types of buyers, all competing for a limited amount of luxury housing inventory. Beautiful locations on the lake, in the mountains, or by the sea, all hosts to sprawling luxury homes.

We also know that the inventory level for luxury homes is measured very differently than patio or starter homes. Luxury homes are naturally at a premium, and therefore not financially available to as many buyers. Luxury homes tend to stay on the market longer and sometimes can be located at a discount. Luxury homes can also attract the attention of international buyers. Luxury home sales are strong, and demand is up.

Another reason to buy your luxury home now is simply explained in speculation of future interest rates. Sam Khater, Deputy Chief Economist at CoreLogic went on to explain why buyers are flocking to the market in big numbers: “In today’s market, many buyers think the trough in [interest] rates is over. If you don’t get in now, it’s just going to be worse later. Rates will be higher, prices will be higher, and maybe inventory selection will be lower.” In some markets, “thirty-five percent of properties are selling within the first week or two of hitting the 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.

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.

We work hard for our customers.

Provided Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

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

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Move up to your luxury home

Interest Rates are historically low

April 28th, 2017

Interest rates are still historically low.  Some first time home buyers could hesitate, but now is the time to act. Do not fall into the trap of tracking daily rates and housing inventory.  Have a winning strategy in place.  Buying real estate can be a trying time, make sure to have someone on your side.  Hire a full service realtor, like us.  We can make buying real estate a better time.

After meeting with us, the next step is to get a loan pre-approval.  Contact your bank, or a loan officer to complete this process.  Be prepare to provide income, employment and asset documentation.  During this process is when the interest rate, closing costs, and loan parameters are defined, ultimately a loan program is selected.  Naturally the less documentation or down payment you want to provide the more costly the loan will be.  Inversely, the larger the down payment, or the more documentation provided the less expensive the loan will be.

Mortgage interest rates have recently gone up over the last several weeks, as Freddie Mac reported. There are many organizations which agree that interest rates are on the rise for the long term.

Even if you aren’t going to get the lowest rate ever offered, interest rates are still at historic lows.  Do not let this opportunity pass you by.  Interest rates are still better than then have been in a very loan time, take advantage.  For a better view, below is an illustration provided by Keeping Current Matters, utilizing data from Freddie Mac.

Interest Rates by Decade

Interest Rates by Decade

Great news, interest rates are still at historic lows.

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.

We work hard for our customers.

Provided Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

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

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It’s a myth – 20% down and 750 Fico

April 21st, 2017

It’s a myth, the whole 20% down payment and a 750 Fico score is needed  in order to buy real estate.  These two old myths are still haunting buyers and sellers. There is no reason to let down payment or your FICO score stop you.  If you are thinking of taking the plunge into the housing market, now is the time.  Your first step should be to get a loan pre-approval from your trusted banker, or loan officer.  Your second step should then be to hire a full service real estate agent. Set yourself up for success, not disappointment or extra stress.

Let’s address the 20% down payment myth first. This refers to the down payment only and not additional monies needed for closing costs.  When you visit or apply for a mortgage, you will quickly discover that there are several loan programs available for purchasing real estate.  If you are a first time buyer, FHA has a 3% down payment program.  If you are a veteran,  you may be able to buy a home without a down payment at all.  If you are a buying a second home, you still may not need 20% down payment. The bottom line is that the banks have access to many loan programs, one might be the right one for you.

The second part of the myth is the Fico score requirements.  The Fico score is a score which judges your credit worthliness based on your past and current performances.  This means that the older medical collections and any disputed bills may  need to be resolved before buying a home.  When you apply for a mortgage, the lender will pull your credit report to get your score from the credit bureaus. Just like with down payments, required credit scores can also vary depending on the loan program that best suits your situation.  What this really means is that the old myth of a 750 Fico is not true.

The average conventional loan closed in February had a credit score of 752, while FHA mortgages closed with a score of 686. The average across all loans closed in February was 720. The chart below provided by Keeping Current Matters, shows the distribution of Fico Scores for all loans approved in February.

Fico Score Myth

Fico Score Myth

 

Looks like the majority of home loans closed had Fico scores between 600 and 749.  There are several loan programs available for you to utilize.  Do not let the two old myths stop you from buying your next home, or the first home.  Now is the time to act, and get in the home of your homes.

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.

We work hard for our customers.

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

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15,014 Homes Sold Yesterday – Did yours?

April 14th, 2017

Yes it is true, 15,014 homes sold in the United States yesterday.  And further more, it is projected that the same number of homes will sell tomorrow.  This is the average number of homes that sell each day nation wide, according to The National Association of Realtors recent Existing Homes Sales Report.  In addition this same report illustrated that we are still at a 3.8 month supply of inventory available for sale.  This level of housing inventory puts us still in a sellers market.  Historically a six month inventory is considered a neutral market.  Which means that if you are looking to sell your home, now is the time.

Selling your home in this market, may seem like a piece of cake.  But do not be fooled.  For most people, their home is a major investment.  You want to make sure that you have a professional on your side.  Start this transaction of the right foot, and hire a real estate professional.  There are several reasons to hire an agent, here is a short list of items for you to consider.

  • Pricing – It is crucial that your home is priced correctly.  Do not make the mistake of over pricing, this will only shrink the number of people willing to look at your home. Also pricing a home too low will not net the seller the best profit, only shorten the time to the closing.
  • Advertising –  While the Multiple Listing system is highly used, there are several more platforms available.  In order to capture the interest of a large pool of buyers, sellers need smart and accurate advertising.
  • Negotiations – Usually sellers think of only the financial negotiations with the potential buyers, But when selling a home, you also need to negotiations for scheduling.

The time to act is now, and we can help.  Whether you have tried to go it alone and have been disappointed, or you are a new listing.  Remember, tomorrow 15,014 will sell,  will yours be one?

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.

We work hard for our customers.

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

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Advice for selling your home

April 7th, 2017

We have some advice to share when you are selling your home.  We know that now can be a stressful time for everyone.  Some perceptions are that sellers have it a little easier than buyers, but that really is not true.  Sellers have to also coordinate their relocation, which can be hard with moving timetables.   Everyone is trying to leave one area, and get to another.  So if you are thinking of selling your home, we have two winning strategies for you.

First, hire a Real Estate Professional.  Really, is hiring a real estate professional that important?  Some sellers think that they do not need a real estate agent.  They feel that because we are in a seller’s market with lower available housing inventory, that they should be able to sell their home by themselves.  This can be a costly mistake. Remember the goal is to sell for the highest bid possible, not just to sell.  A full service agent will not only place your home in the Multiple Listing Service, but also many other search platforms.  Not all buyers search the same place for housing inventory. Most buyers look a several options like:  Zillow, Trulia, Homes.com, and Realtor.com.  There are all sorts of options for buyers looking for a home for sale, why limit yourself.  When you hire us, we utilize all of our advertising tools.

Second, when listing your home price it a little low.  You may be thinking that this is a silly suggestion.  How can pricing it low, yield more money.  Well the answer is actually all based on numbers.  The more people that see your home, the better it is for you.  A home that is carefully priced to attract different buyers is in a good position.  As a seller you may think, well I will list it a little high and negotiate lower with a buyer.  This is not a good strategy.  A more profitable situation is to have multiple buyers, trying to out bid each other while pushing your selling price higher.  You can only achieve this by having more than one offer at a time, so price it a little low. You may also want to consider, only taking bids with a lender pre-approval or proof of funds.

Realtor.com gives this advice: “Aim to price your property at or just slightly below the going rate. Today’s buyers are highly informed, so if they sense they’re getting a deal, they’re likely to bid up a property that’s slightly underpriced, especially in areas with low inventory.”

Below is an illustration provided by Keeping Current Matters, which utilizes information from The National Realtor Association.

Advice for selling you home

Advice for selling you home

 

As you can see,pricing a property too high only restricts how many buyers will look at 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.

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.

We work hard for our customers.

Provided Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

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

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Housing Market, get a clear picture

March 31st, 2017

Get a clear picture of the housing market.  With a quickly moving housing inventory, and rising interest rates your next purchase may be harder to land.  In addition, before you go out and start looking, obtain a loan qualification.  A loan qualification from a lender, will add value to your purchase bid.   We are now in a seller’s market, so multiple purchase offers are not unusual.  A seller may choose to take a lower pre-qualified offer verse a higher offer.  In fact, some sellers will only accept offers that are accompanied by lender’s loan qualification.

The inventory of existing home sales in today’s market was reported to be at a 3.6 month supply according to The National Association of Realtors  recent Existing Home Sales Report.   There is also another side, which is inventory.   In fact housing inventory is 7.1% lower now than it was one year ago. So we now have the two basic accounting forces pushing prices higher in the housing market.  The United States has been in a seller’s market since August 2012.

Recently Trulia reported  that not only is there a shortage of available homes, the ones available may not be meeting buyers needs.  Homes are usually divided into three different groups, starter homes, trade-up homes and premium.  Trulia’s  market mismatch score measures the search interests of buyers against  the category of homes that are available on the market.  Here is an example, “If 60% of buyers are searching for starter homes, but only 40% of listings are starter homes, the mismatch score would be 20%.”  Below is a graphic provided by Keeping Current Matters which is a result of the last report by Trulia.

Housing Market Mismatch

Housing Market Mismatch

 

Nationally, buyers are looking for starter and trade up homes and are coming up short.  There simply is a high demand for these styles, while there is a limited number of listings available.  It does appear that premium homes are currently experiencing a lower demand.

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.

We work hard for our customers.

Provided Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

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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Home Appreciation and Values

March 24th, 2017

Which homes had the highest amount of home appreciation? When you are looking to expand your wealth, home ownership is an important step.  How much you will earn in appreciation for your home can steer you to the right direction.  Sometimes people believe that the most expensive homes appreciate at a faster rate than more modest homes, but this is not true.  In addition, some homes are so custom and expensive that they actually have fewer people who would even want to buy them.

What is nice, is that home appreciation keeps climbing over the last twelve months. Here are two sources that agree:

The National Association of Realtors, estimates the annual increase in the median existing-home price at 7.1% in their Existing Home Sales Report.  Their report also shows a strong start in sales for the first of the year.  In addition, Lawrence Yun,  NAR Chief Economists also states, “Competition is likely to heat up even more heading into the spring for house hunters looking for homes in the lower- and mid-market price range,”

CoreLogic, in their recent Home Price Insights Report  illustrates that the national home prices have increased 6.9% year over year. In the CoreLogic report went a few steps further and broke down the appreciation into four different price categories.

  1. Lower Priced Homes: priced at 75% or less of the median
  2. Low-to-Middle Priced Homes: priced between 75-100% of the median
  3. Middle-to-Moderate Priced Homes: priced between 100-125% of the median
  4. High Price Homes: priced greater than 125% of the median

Below is an illustration provided by Keeping Current Matters which shows how each category in 2016.

Home Appreciation by Category

Home Appreciation by Category

If you are thinking of moving to York County South Carolina, let us help you.  We can help coordinate the move into your next home.  We have the deep community ties and knowledge that you are looking for.  We want to show you how wonderful York County is.

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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.

We work hard for our customers.

Provided Courtesy of Arbie Turner Homes Keller Williams Fort Mill SC

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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