As the economy recovers from the effects of the COVID pandemic, mortgage applications still remain about 18% lower than one year ago, according to CNBC- likely due to a continued shortage of available homes for sale. While the Federal Reserve intends to ease its purchasing of government-backed bonds by the end of the year, we can expect interest rates to remain consistently low, at least in the short term.
The California Association of Realtors recently published their July Housing Sentiment Index- a monthly survey of 1,000 consumers regarding various economic factors that affect the housing market. While the overall index dropped only one point to 71 since June, there
Southern California home prices are projected to continue their increase through 2021 but stabilize, and possibly decrease, in 2022. The bottom line is that if you’re considering selling, the time to act is now so that you can maximize the capital returns on your sale.
There is a lot of buzz about the current market conditions and how prices are in a bubble. We are here to tell you the bubble is your friend!! Savvy real estate investors wait for conditions like these and they are all about SELL! SELL! SELL!
We can make the sale of your current home 100% contingent on you finding the home of your dreams and if you don’t find it, you don’t have to move. Nothing to lose and everything to gain. It’s no secret that
Ultimate Properties is proud to announce the sale of 1718 Tecalote Drive Unit 8 in Fallbrook. This property sold for over $30,000 above the asking price!! How do we keep doing this? Ultimate Properties has over 35+ years in listing and selling
Ultimate Properties is proud to announce the sale of 5756 Encina Road, Santa Barbara. This property was on the market for just 2 weeks, from listing to closing! Results like these don’t just happen! Ultimate Properties has over 35+ years in
As of April 1st, California’s Prop 19 is in full effect, but what does that mean for home buyers and sellers? Prop 19 consists of three parts… The first protects the property tax rates for seniors, individuals with qualifying disabilities, as