Buyers moving to Nashville have a budget almost 50% higher than locals looking to buy. In online searches, buyers relocating to Nashville set an average maximum price of of $719,000. Existing residents looking to buy set an average max price of $485,000. That means buyers moving to Nashville set their price search cap 48% higher than local buyers. This is the widest gap between locals and relocation buyers of any city examined in a new study. Nashville's residential real esta
You want to sell when demand is high, but inventory is low. But do you worry about being left without a new place to live? Consider this. In 2021, experts agree on these 3 predictions. Inventory will remain low Interest rates will remain low but increase gradually. Average home price will rise. That means we are in a Seller’s market. And a Seller’s market is the best time to sell your home. But all good things come to an end, and we won’t always be in a Seller’s market. If
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Here are 7 reasons the U.S. is not in a housing bubble.
1. Low inventory
Not enough houses. In March, inventory was down 28% percent from the prior year.
2. Lack of supply coming
The U.S. is 3.8 million homes short of demand, and low levels of new home construction over the past three years has increased that shortfall.
3. Buyer demographics
Nearly 5 million Millennials will be turning 30 this year. Millennials will drive the nation’s real estate market for the next d