The spring is typically a busy time for the housing market, and this year is already showing signs that 2023 will be no exception.
Yet, this is not 2022 or 2021: price appreciation has slowed down, and Buyers and Sellers are more open to discussing offer terms, providing room for more flexibility on both sides.
Thanks to what feels like more stable interest rates, buyers are re-entering the market and are getting their offers accepted!
With the fast-paced and rapidly appreciating market of the last 2.5 years, a question is often asked, “Is now a good time to buy a home?”
Sr Mortgage Advisor Tim McBratney, REALTOR® Marie Conser, and Insurance Agent David Snyder are teaming up to answer that and other questions for prospective home buyers – first-timer or not! – during this free seminar.
What will be covered:
- Home values and appreciation trends in the slowing market
- Interest rates and surprisingly plentiful loan options
- The difference between home-owners insurance and home warranties
- And most importantly, answers to YOUR questions!
The two-hour session is a step-by-step guide to navigating the home buying process, from down payment assistance programs to buying with blemished credit and qualifying for a mortgage. They examine calculating how much you can afford and the pros and cons of buying versus renting. Sign up now to reserve your spot!
First Time Home Buyer Seminar
When: 9:30-11:30 a.m., March 4
Where: Symposium Coffee 12345 SW Main St.
RSVP: Tim McBratney: 503-905-4938 or Tim.McBratney@pacresmortgage.com