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DC Assumable Mortgages: Seller Advantage? If you're a home seller in the District of Columbia with an assumable mortgage, you're probably asking the question; Is it a big advantage in the current market?With a decade of historically low mortgage interest rates, low inventory and stiff competition...
It was exciting news, and this afternoon’s inflation report should have an almost immediate effect on mortgage interest rates, improving the outlook for buyers--and sellers. Stronger seller confidence, though, could re-energize the market and harden home prices. We’ll see. Here’s what happened: ...
If you're shopping for DC real estate in the current market and dismissed the idea of discounted mortgage loans, maybe think again. 🤔Programs like the 5/1 ARM can offer rates a full percentage point or more below 30 year fixed rates, lowering your monthly payments while increasing your purchasing...
Well you're not alone! 😆 There’s more than a little confusion surrounding the national real estate market right now, and here in DC things aren’t much different. Sellers wonder how they went from pre-market bidding wars to double digit days on market, buyers are shell-shocked by rapid-fire rate h...
The form is typically used by DC sellers & listing agents to break ties in bidding wars and show buyers’ ability to make up gap on low appraisals.
One of the biggest line items of your closing costs could be significantly reduced if you're a qualifying DC first-time home buyer!What is DC Recordation Tax, how much is it, and do you qualify for a reduction? Find out!https://realestateinthedistrict.com/dc-recordation-tax-reduction/
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When mortgage rates rise, you don't get more house, you just pay more for the house you could have had last week for less.
Buyers: We don't have to tell you what that means for your buying power & payment. Sellers: This affects you, too. Rising rates means fewer buyers can afford your home & increases the number who will include financing and appraisal contingencies in offers. Now is the time. We are the team.
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