There is no doubt that the largest challenge in today’s housing market is a lack of housing inventory for sale. This challenge has been defined as an “overwhelming lack of supply,” and even a “straight up inventory crisis.” First American just released the results of a survey which sheds light on the reasons for the current lack of supply. The survey asked title… Continue reading Why Are So Few Homes for Sale?
Doesn’t Our Country Look Good in Red, White and Blue? COLUMBIA FIREFLIES: Catch the Fireflies at Spirit Communications Park from Friday, June 30 through Monday, July 3, as they square off against the Rome Braves. Will there be fireworks? Heck yeah – Friday, Saturday and Monday nights. 1640 Freed St. LEXINGTON BLOWFISH: … Continue reading Fourth of July Events in Columbia, SC
Maintenance Free Columbia, SC Community, Final Phase is Slated for Opening March, 23 2017
For those who are worried that we are doomed to repeat 2006 all over again, it is important to note that homeowners are investing their new-found equity in their homes and themselves, not in depreciating assets.
Buyers want to work with someone who trusts their own craftsmanship. But, they’ll also be comforted to know that if something does go wrong with their new home, there’s a way to fix the damage. That’s where products likeHome Warranty Service Agreements and Structural Warranties come into play—they’re excellent tools that give buyers an invaluable peace of mind.
Over the last six years, homeownership has lost some of its allure as a financial investment. As homeowners suffered through the housing bust, more and more began to question whether owning a home was truly a good way to build wealth.
Every three years the Federal Reserve conducts a Survey of Consumer Finances in which they collect data across all economic and social groups.
New homes often offer tax benefits. find out about how you can save money.