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Monthly Archives: November 2021

    Dave’s Alaska Homes Real Estate Market Update for South Central Alaska

    By Admin | November 24, 2021

    It has been a remarkable couple years in the real estate world. Home has become so much more important and as a nation we are experiencing the effects of NOT building near enough homes since 2012. We are somewhere between 6-8,000,000 homes short of what we needed just to keep up with population growth according to experts. So now we have low supply not keeping up with high demand and rapid appreciation. I have been working on the numbers of where we have been & where we are to get an idea where things are going. And frankly no, I don't think there is a crash coming any time soon. Read More

    Sellers: You’ll Likely Get Multiple Strong Offers This Season

    By Admin | November 16, 2021

    Nationwide, the average seller today is getting nearly four offers. That number is significant because it means you’ll likely have multiple offers to pick from if you sell your house this season. To put things into perspective, no matter where your state falls, remember that you really only need one good offer to close the deal. Read More

    Experts Project Mortgage Rates Will Continue To Rise in 2022

    By Admin | November 4, 2021

    Whether you’re thinking about buying your first home, moving up to your dream home, or downsizing because your needs have changed, purchasing before mortgage rates rise even higher will help you take advantage of today’s homebuying affordability. That could be just the game-changer you need to achieve your homeownership goals. Read More

    Sellers Have Incredible Leverage in Today’s Market

    By Admin | November 2, 2021

    With buyers eager to purchase but so few homes available, sellers who list their houses this fall have a tremendous advantage – also known as leverage – when negotiating with buyers. That’s because, in today’s market, buyers want three things: To be the winning bid on their dream home ; To buy before rates rise; To buy before prices go even higher. Read More