One of the great things about owning a Knoxville home is your ability to customize the home to fit your needs. Unfortunately, not all upgrades and repairs increase Knoxville home’s value. If you’re thinking about selling… read more →
Pricing a West Knoxville home for sale is a bit of an art. The price can’t be too high, or it won’t likely attract buyers; but, it can’t be too low, or the the seller could… read more →
Resale value is often one of the last things many buyers consider when buying a West Knoxville home for sale. Resale value, though, is a very important factor to consider when buying a home. A home… read more →
It’s that time of year. With summer upon us, West Knoxville real estate market is really heating up. And, with West Knoxville housing affordability at record highs and interest rates at record lows, now is a… read more →
Selling your West Knoxville home requires a lot of preparation and planning. You may be wondering when is the best time to put you West Knoxville home on the market, what improvements you should or should… read more →
Whether your buying a home in West Knoxville or considering selling your West Knoxville home, home value is a significant factor in the process. For sellers, you want to make sure your are pricing your home… read more →
With home prices holding firm and mortgage rates still dropping, home affordability is reaching new heights.
Sometimes, you need to look deeper than the headlines to get the news that matters. This basic truth’s latest example comes from the July Housing Starts data, as published by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Conforming mortgage rates may be posting all-time lows this week, but that doesn’t mean you’ll be eligible for them. You may have already called your loan officer and found this out the hard way. It’s because of a federally-mandated mortgage-pricing scheme known as “loan-level pricing adjustments”.
The press is calling the May 2010 drop in Existing Home Sales “unexpected” and disappointing, but a deeper look at the data shows the news isn’t as bad as it first appears.