Recovery on the Horizon
At ReferralExchange, we’ve been incredibly excited to introduce RealEstateAgents.com, an all new marketplace for us to present our top performing agent network to interested home buyers and sellers from across the country! As a PRIME agent, you receive a comprehensive profile and full access to the platform, meaning full customization of your profile and access
The ReferralExchange team is ecstatic to formally introduce our PRIME agents to RealEstateAgents.com! Our data science, engineering, and product teams have been working hard to refine the site’s profiles and lead capture abilities, and we’re happy to announce that the site is now fully operational for our U.S. agents; showcasing you and your PRIME agent
The latest New Residential and Existing-Homes Sales Reports from HUD/the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Association of Realtors (NAR), respectively, have both revealed a slowed down housing market in March 2022. As both prices and interest rates continue to climb at a swift pace, March’s numbers give some further insight regarding how the spring
We all know that big life events can have a major impact on what you need from your home, and retirement is one of the biggest changes many people face in their lives. This period of life can mean doing more of the things they enjoy, like traveling, visiting with loved ones, or taking on
Today’s competitive market can be challenging for homebuyers, especially if they’re looking to purchase their first home. But if your client is one of the many people who work remotely, they may have a great opportunity to use that flexibility in working remotely to achieve their home buying goals this year. In a recent report, Arch Capital Services explains how the ongoing
Many consumers are wondering what will happen with home values over the next few years. Some are concerned that the recent run-up in home prices will lead to a situation similar to the housing crash 15 years ago. However, experts say the market is totally different today. For example, Odeta Kushi, Deputy Chief Economist at First American, tweeted just last week
As the spring housing market kicks off, your clients likely want to know what they can expect this season when it comes to buying or selling a house. While there are multiple factors causing some uncertainty, including international conflicts, rising inflation, and the first rate increase from the Federal Reserve in over three years — the housing market seems to be relatively immune. Here’s
In a not-so-shocking shift given other compounding factors, sales of both new and existing-homes declined in the month of February, according to data released from leading agencies. With mortgage rates appreciating at an unprecedented pace, some market experts are beginning to taper their expectations for sales performance through the year. Keep reading below for a
When your clients are thinking about about buying or selling a home, they should keep a close pulse on what’s happening with mortgage rates. Rates have been climbing in recent months, especially since January of this year. And just a few weeks ago, the 30-year fixed mortgage rate from Freddie Mac nearly reached 4% for the first time since May of 2019.
Countering the numbers reported for the month of December 2021, existing-home sales saw a fair increase of 6.7%, while new-home sales saw a decline of 4.5%. While reports of mortgage rates and low inventory continue to dominate headline news, we have a more thorough review of sales numbers reviewed below. Keep reading to see some
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