I would like to welcome you to my comprehensive Keller and Southlake real estate website. No other site provides more detailed Keller and Southlake real estate market information than you’ll find here.
For buyers there is detailed area and neighborhood information and a great Multiple Listing search page. For sellers I provide information and data to help you to ready your home for market and to list it so it sells.
Texas law requires all license holders to provide the Information About Brokerage Services form to prospective clients so please take a moment to review the linked document. This document will
- describe the ways a broker can represent a party to a real estate transaction,
- outline the basic duties and obligations a broker has to a party the broker represents, and
- provide my name, license number, and contact information, as well as my supervisor's and broker's contact information as well.
So please, have a look around, and contact me with any questions you might have about the market or my services. No question is too mundane - I'm ready to help!
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The Keller and Southlake real estate market is made up of diverse and interesting communities and neighborhoods. I’ll tell you about each of them and let you narrow your search to the very best for you.
The concept of Supply & Demand is a simple one. The best time to sell something is when the supply of that item is low & the demand for that item is high!
Anything under a 6-month supply is a Seller’s Market!
There has not been a 6-months inventory supply since August 2012!
Buyer Demand continues to outpace Seller Supply!
CoreLogic recently released a report entitled, United States Residential Foreclosure Crisis: 10 Years Later, in which they examined the years leading up to the crisis all the way through to present day.
Mortgage interest rates have risen over the last few months and projections are that they will continue their upswing throughout 2017. What impact will this have on the housing market? Here is what the experts are saying:
A study by Edelman Berland reveals that 33% of homeowners who are contemplating selling their houses in the near future are planning to scale down. Let’s look at a few reasons why this might make sense for many homeowners, as the majority of the country is currently experiencing a seller’s market.
Here are four great reasons to consider buying a home today instead of waiting.
The “Cost of Waiting to Buy” is defined as the additional funds it would take to buy a home if prices and interest rates were to increase over a period of time.
Freddie Mac predicts that interest rates will increase to 4.8% by this time next year, while home prices are predicted to appreciate by 4.8% according to CoreLogic.
Waiting until next year to buy could cost you thousands of dollars a year for the life of your mortgage!
Home values have risen dramatically over the last twelve months. The latest Existing Home Sales Report from the National Association of Realtors puts the annual increase in the median existing-home price at 7.1%. CoreLogic, in their most recent Home Price Insights Report, reveals that national home prices have increased by 6.9% year-over-year.
The inventory of existing homes for sale in today’s market was recently reported to be at a 3.6-month supply according to the National Association of Realtors latest Existing Home Sales Report. Inventory is now 7.1% lower than this time last year, marking the 20th consecutive month of year-over-year drops.