What Homeowners Can Be Grateful For This Thanksgiving
This Thanksgiving season homeowners can be grateful that:
- For those who were in the path of recent hurricanes and ongoing fires, whose homes were not destroyed, that they continue to have a roof over their heads and a safe haven for their families.
- For those who purchased a home this past year and locked in what are still historically low interest rates that their housing costs will remain stable for years to come.
- For those who purchased their homes in recent years or those who were under water for so many years, that the appreciation in home values will help continue to build family wealth and financial security for the long term.
- For realizing the American Dream of homeownership (93% of Americans continue to believe that home ownership is a core element of the American Dream).
As a Realtor®, this Thanksgiving I'm grateful for the trust my clients place in me in helping them find their dream homes and grateful for the opportunity to serve them and to help them along the path of realizing the American Dream of homeownership.
If you're thinking about becoming a homeowner in the Charlotte region during this holiday season or in the new year to come, please contact Nina Hollander with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage. I've been opening doors to the American Dream for home buyers for 25 years and would love to help you realize that dream, as well.
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