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Note Worthy Real Estate Trends in 2020

by Harold (Buddy) Pope 06/29/2020




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As 2019 draws to a close, people aren't just turning the page on a new year but also a new decade. With a new decade comes new trends in the real estate industry. The 2010s were a time of drastic shifts in the real estate market. This new decade is sure to be more of the same. As a result, there are a few trends for 2020 that everyone should note.

What the Current Generation Desires

While there are people of all ages looking for houses, the majority of people currently looking for homes are members of the millennial generation. Many of these individuals and families are buying a home for the first time. Many members of this generation are looking for something specific in their home. This might be a laundry room, patio, or additional space in the garage. This also means that many people looking for homes care more about these features than they do about the overall size of the home.

Home Prices are Rising Slowly

When the real estate market crashed about ten years ago, many people were concerned. Fortunately, home prices have rebounded since then and the market has stabilized. For now, home prices are continuing to rise; however, they are rising slowly. This means that those who are looking to establish equity in their current home will continue to do so. This also means that anyone who is looking to buy a home might be able to find the house that is right for them at a discounted rate.

Mortgage Rates Remain Low

In addition, mortgage rates are remaining low as well. Mortgage rates bottomed out a few years ago and haven't changed significantly since then. This has led to a boom in the number of people looking to buy a home, providing advantages for both buyers and sellers. Some people thought that with the rapid rise in the number of people buying homes, mortgage rates would start to climb. This hasn't been the case. This is another reason why many people looking to buy a home should try to act quickly. Mortgage rates cannot go much lower.

More Work is Done Online

With more millennials looking to buy a home than ever before, it should come as no surprise that more of the work is shifting to the internet. More people than ever before are looking at listings online. As a result, anyone looking to sell a home should make sure the information on their online listing is accurate. Furthermore, people looking to purchase a home should also check out the internet listings. Of course, make sure to verify that anything posted online is accurate before acting on it!

About the Author
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Harold (Buddy) Pope

 I am a full time, experienced Real Estate agent based in Bedford, New Hampshire. Of course, using a NH native with vast LOCAL and overall New Hampshire knowledge is to your benefit. My clients learn from my intimate knowledge of Southern NH and my computer guided sales and marketing approach...  I can serve as your hands-on guide as you consider your next buying or selling experience in this southern-most portion of our gorgeous state, from the Merrimack to the...