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  • "This is what the housing market could look like in 2019" - HousingWire.com"In 2018, the housing market experienced its fair share of up and downs, attributed to many factors, including affordability and inventory concerns. But as the year comes to an end, homebuyers will be walking into 2019 with more pep in their step. Last week, amid U.S. stock market volatility, mortgage rates finally edged down. In fact, Freddie Mac revealed mortgage rates retreated to 4.75%, according to its Primary Mortgage Market Survey. Todd Probasco, Lakeside Bank’s vice president mortgage sales manager, said this retreat will be impactful..."
  • "Raising Hamilton County sales tax failed; now commissioners seek higher real estate fees" - Cincinnati.com"A legal challenge and petition effort prevented Hamilton County commissioners from raising the sales tax this year. So, it might get more expensive to sell a house in Hamilton County. The Hamilton County Board of Commissioners held a public hearing Wednesday on the administration’s proposal to raise the real estate transfer fee to help pay for a projected $29 million deficit for 2019. Currently, the seller of a home pays the county $300 per $100,000 of property sold. The administration is recommending increasing the fee by a third or $100 to $400 per $100,000. The increase would bring in about $3.7 million additionally next year..."
3 Most Common Home Buyers You Will Run Into - an offrs review

3 Most Common Home Buyers You Will Run Into - an offrs review

Home buyer statistics for 2018 - real estate infographics, stats, memes, industry articles and more.

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Whether you are an agent looking for a quick, helpful guide for your homebuyer clients or a home seller yourself looking for ideas on how to attract the ideal buying audience to your listing, take a look at this helpful infographic. It reviews the 3 most common home buyers that agents and homesellers will run into: Millennials, Generation X'rs and Baby-Boomers. It also gives some quick insight into these demographics' influencers and motivators (what they're looking for and how to find and highlight those amenities in your listing). Be sure to share this with your client or agent today and get the conversation started!

 

 

 

 

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