Monday, January 31, 2022 / by Raj Jaggi
Many experts predicted that the home price spike would decrease in the fourth quarter of 2021 after nearly two years of double-digit increases. However, according to CoreLogic's newest Home Price Insights Report, while prices may have plateaued, appreciation has not slowed. Year-over-year appreciation is depicted in the graph below for the year 2021. The data for December has yet to be released.
Over the last five months, appreciation has stayed stable at roughly 18%, as shown in the graph.
Furthermore, the latest S&P Case-Shiller Price Index and the FHFA Price Index both show a little decrease from the same period last year – although not to the predicted degree. They do, however, both point to ongoing high price growth across the country. According to the FHFA, double-digit appreciation was nevertheless seen in all nine regions of the country. According to the Case-Shiller 20-City Index, all 20 metros saw double-digit gains.
Why haven't we seen the more dramatic de ...
Wednesday, January 26, 2022 / by Raj Jaggi
Many Generation Z (Gen Z) individuals are approaching adulthood and considering whether to rent or purchase a home. If you fall into this category, keep in mind that you're never too young to start thinking about homeownership. The earlier you begin preparing, the quicker you will be able to leave your rented home.
Here are a few reasons to consider buying a home this year as you begin your journey and plan your next move.
Why Does Gen Z Want To Become Homeowners?
According to realtor.com research, while the overwhelming majority of Gen Z has yet to enter the housing market, a sizable percentage plans to do so in the near future. According to the study, 72% of Gen Z would prefer to buy a home than rent for the long run. As George Ratiu, Realtor.com's Manager of Economic Research, puts it:
“With nearly three-quarters of those surveyed preferring to buy versus renting long-term, the housing industry should be prepared for millions of Gen Z buyers to bring a new wave of demand ...
Friday, December 3, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
108 Argyle Drive, Shirley, NY 11967
Welcome to this Recently Renovated Sun-filled Ranch House sitting on a corner lot in Shirley. This Home has 3 Bedrooms and 3 Bathrooms. Its many outstanding features include High Ceilings with sky-lights, Den/Family Room, Granite Countertops, a 1st Floor Master, and a Full Finished Basement with a separate entrance. On top of all LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION! Home is near all amenities including School, Park, Shops, and Public Transportation. This is definitely a must-see home! Don't miss out!
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162 Mckee Street, Floral Park, NY 11001
Check out this Brand New Constructed Splendid Colonial in Floral Park! This Beauty boasts 4 Over-Sized Bedrooms & 3 Full Baths..Spacious Living Room, Open Concept Kitchen w/SS appliances, Custom Cabinets, Granite Counters..Family room..Master Bedroom w/En-Suite..Central AC, Gas Heat, Hardwood floors & High-Hats allover..Vaulted Ceilings in Basement..Thi ...
Friday, November 19, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
162 Mckee Street
Check out this Newly Constructed Splendid Colonial in Floral Park! This Beauty boasts 4 Over-Sized Bedrooms & 3 Full Baths. Spacious Living Room, Open Concept Kitchen w/SS appliances, Custom Cabinets, Granite Counters..Family room..Master Bedroom w/En-Suite. Central AC, Gas Heat, Hardwood floors & High-Hats all over..This House Has Everything & is Perfect..Photos Coming Soon..Must see..****Still time to Customize****
89-01 249th Street, Bellerose, NY 11426
Welcome to this Mesmerizing 2 Story house in Bellerose..This House features a Lavish Family Room, Formal Dining Room, Gorgeous Modern Eat-In Kitchen with SS appliances, Granite Counters 3 Beautiful Bedrooms & 2 Full Baths on Each Floor..Home office..Private Parking..Hardwood Floors are all over..Excellent Backyard to relax..This Updated Dream Home has everything that you are looking for!! Do not Miss out on this one !!
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Wednesday, November 17, 2021 / by Raj Jaggi
The destruction that a storm brings to your house might leave you feeling lost and helpless. Concerns about ensuring the safety of your family, recovering your property, and putting your life back together may be daunting. And, as devastating storms become more prevalent, it pays to have a plan in place to help you deal with the aftermath.
This is why it's crucial to understand the critical procedures to follow in the aftermath of a large storm. It can help you speed up the recovery so you can go back to normal as soon as possible.
1. Safety should always come first.
Whether your home was severely damaged by the wind, was struck by lightning, or was flooded, the aftermath of a storm can result in even more serious threats and injuries. The first step is to ensure that you and your loved ones are safe and undamaged. Take no additional risks by assessing your property and photographing the damage; this may be done at a later, safer time.
Downed electrical lines, broken glass, cav ...