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Before the pandemic hit this year, we were heading toward a busy spring season with strong economic indicators and buyers vying for a limited supply of homes. But with the pandemic sweeping across the country, we are now forced to reassess the year ahead.According to realtor.com’s Chief Economist...
To say the economic news coming out lately has been disconcerting would be an understatement. Statistics concerning job losses, furloughs, and unemployment figures have pointed to upheaval in the global economy as a result of social distancing measures, which were put in place by governments to c...
The coronavirus is completely changing the real estate industry, and stay-at-home orders have presented unique challenges for buyers. Not only are they unable to tour properties in person, but, in some areas, they also can’t walk around the neighborhood and get a feel for whether it’s the kind of...
First-time Homebuyers: Can I Still Buy a House in Oakland County MI During Covid-19? – If you are a first-time homebuyer and were in the market to buy a home in Oakland County prior to the COVID-19 crisis, the situation has more than likely affected your original gameplan.It’s one thing to have n...
With the COVID-19 pandemic causing uncertainty in the economy and housing market, some Farmington Hills home sellers are asking themselves: “should I sell my home right now or should I wait?” Some sellers are choosing to wait it out in hopes that the situation will improve in the coming months.N...
Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac are extending help to millions of homeowners facing financial hardships as a result of COVID-19. Both Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac help stabilize mortgage markets and protect housing during extraordinary periods when stress or turmoil in the broader financial system threate...
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought much of the country to a screeching halt. But, just because people are stuck at home doesn’t mean your home sale has to come to a screeching halt, too. You can sell your home in the midst of this challenging time—as long as you’re safe.Now more than ever, it’s im...
Moving Safely During The Coronavirus Outbreak – Moving can be stressful during the best of times, but when you add a global pandemic to the mix, the task can be even more of a challenge. While social distancing is the course of action to take until told otherwise, moves aren’t always something t...
The global COVID-19 pandemic has affected life across the globe. Strict social distancing measures, school closures, and, in many locales, a ban on all non-essential businesses have turned people’s lives upside down and thrust us into a surreal existence where we’re spending nearly all of our tim...
Now more than ever, it’s important for home sellers to be flexible with shifting market dynamics. While some sellers are deciding to pull their homes off the market during the COVID-19 crisis and try to sell at a later date, that may not be an option for everyone.If you are planning to move forwa...
A recent article from realtor.com outlined key strategies for keeping your home germ-free during the coronavirus pandemic, including: Kill germs before they enter your home. Leave cleaning supplies at your front door and disinfect everything before you bring it into the house. Immediately remove ...
The coronavirus pandemic is causing uncertainty across the nation—and for many, that includes financial uncertainty.Luckily, there are options for homeowners impacted by the coronavirus. In a recent statement, Mark Calabria, Director of the Federal Housing Finance Agency (which regulates Fannie M...
It’s a difficult time for everybody, especially those whose health has been affected by the pandemic. It’s difficult for the brave healthcare workers putting their lives at risk trying to heal the sick, and it’s difficult for the men and women spending their days and nights keeping people fed, ke...
We’ve all become a lot more sensitive to germs and being cautious about what we touch—even in our own homes. Try as you may, it can often feel impossible to keep your home clean and germ-free for long. If you’re someone who flinches at the very thought of bacteria-laden surfaces inhabiting your a...
How is The Coronavirus Shaking Up the Housing Market? – Mortgage rates have plummeted since the beginning of the year as a result of market movements in response to the coronavirus. In the most drastic actions since the 2008 financial crisis, the Federal Reserve, a.k.a. the Fed, cut its benchmar...
As you can imagine, a lot of people looking to buy a new home in the Oakland County Michigan area have brought up putting their search on hold until the Coronovirus has passed, or is at least under control.For some people that’s totally fine to do. If they have no absolute need to buy a house, an...
Buying a Home in Novi MI with Little or No Money Down in 2020 – For many first-time homebuyers, coming up with the down payment can be one of the biggest hurdles to buying a home in Novi MI. Even in a modest market, a traditional 20% down payment can easily amount to tens of thousands of dollars....
This week the median list price for Farmington Hills, MI is $334,900 with the market action index hovering around 46. This is an increase over last month's market action index of 42. Inventory has held steady at or around 93.Market Action Index This answers “How’s the Market?” by comparing rate o...
Why Farmington Hills MI Home Sellers Need quality Real Estate Photos – There are many details to be handled when selling your Farmington Hills MI home from preparing your property for the market, pricing your home correctly, taking quality professional real estate photos, marketing your home, neg...
Is January the new April? When it comes to the real estate market, experts say yes.Regardless of whether that famous groundhog sees his shadow, a recent article on CNBC suggests spring will arrive early this year—at least when it comes to the housing market. In fact, some are speculating that Jan...
Oakland County, MI Real Estate Professionals
- Trent Dalrymple (248) 854-0625 Mortgage and Lending
- Ralph Mark Maupin Real Estate Agent
- Jerry Thomas-Construction Loans Mortgage and Lending
- Andrew Capelli Education & Training
- Tom Gilliam- RE/MAX Classic Real Estate Agent
- TOM BUCHANAN Real Estate Agent
- Wendy Patton Education & Training
- Ted Cantu Mortgage and Lending
- HomeFirst Certified Real Estate Sales Representative
- Becca K Education & Training
- David Elya Real Estate Broker/Owner
- Nancy Robinson Ranked #6 in MI Real Estate Agent
- Jackie Hawley Real Estate Agent
- Thomas Conwell Services for Real Estate Pros
- Beth Bromund Real Estate Agent
- Lee Morof Real Estate Agent
- Natalie De Leo Mortgage and Lending
- Mark Bustamonte Services for Real Estate Pros
- Kay Francis Woods Commercial Real Estate Agent
- Norm Werner Real Estate Agent
- Alexander Jerome Real Estate Agent
- Dee Dee Blizard, CRS®,GRI®,CIPS® Real Estate Broker/Owner
- Laurie Schwandt Real Estate Agent
- James Iodice Commercial Real Estate Agent
- ANN PETERSON BROKER/OWNER & MORTGAGE LOAN OFFICER Real Estate Broker/Owner
- Cathy Tishhouse Real Estate Agent
- Brian Kirksey Managing Real Estate Broker
- Mike Sher Real Estate Agent
- Jason Rose Education & Training
- Keith Stonehouse Title Insurance
- Alicia Funk Mortgage and Lending
- Darrin Rawls Real Estate Agent
- Jeff Kucemba Real Estate Agent