2020 Real Estate Trends: Is It a Good Time to Buy or Sell?

Some of the first things we look at when determining a favorable seller’s and buyer’s market are employment, income, and consumer confidence levels. Those 3 points combined with current rates and loan programs give us an excellent sense of how big the opportunity is for you.  SHOULD YOU BUY A HOME IN 2020? Here’s what […]

2020 Real Estate Trends: Is It a Good Time to Buy or Sell?

Some of the first things we look at when determining a favorable seller’s and buyer’s market are employment, income, and consumer confidence levels. Those 3 points combined with current rates and loan programs give us an excellent sense of how big the opportunity is for you.  SHOULD YOU BUY A HOME IN 2020? Here’s what […]

Pro and Cons of Listing Your Home for Sale During the COVID Outbreak

Springtime is the most popular time for homeowners to list their homes for sale. However, given the health crisis (and financial crisis for many), you may be wondering if it’s still a good idea to sell your home this spring. What are the pros and possible pitfalls of selling your home during the COVID outbreak? […]

10 Reasons to Buy a House Other Than for an Investment

Your Home, Your Rules When you rent, your options are limited because you must abide by the landlord’s rules. But when you own a home, you can decorate it however you want, add on any amenities that you find useful for yourself or your family, and generally do more with the property than what is specified […]

Why Northeast Florida is the Perfect Place for First-Time Homebuyers

Why Northeast Florida is the Perfect Place for First-Time Homebuyers Are you a first-time homebuyer in search of the perfect place to call your own? Look no further than Northeast Florida! This region boasts a diverse range of cities and neighborhoods, from the bustling city of Jacksonville to the charming coastal towns of Fernandina Beach […]

How the Federal Funds rate that keeps increasing affects your Wallet

The Federal Reserve has been attempting to limit inflation by elevating its benchmark rate, known as the federal funds rate. This rate is the cost at which banks lend and borrow from each other on a daily basis, and it can have both direct and indirect consequences for consumers’ borrowing costs, such as credit cards, […]