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Monthly Archives: December 2019

    The Buyer Stakes Are High Because Inventory Is Low

    By Ryan & Juliana Wilson | December 16, 2019

    December 2019: The Buyer Stakes Are High Because Inventory Is Low The reality of what we’re seeing this month is that homes are selling fast. In today’s strong seller’s market, bidding wars are common and expected with starter or entry-level homes. In most areas of the country, first-time buyers have been met with fierce competition throughout their... Read More

    Millennials Are on the Move

    By Ryan & Juliana Wilson | December 9, 2019

    Millennials Are on the Move as First-Time Homebuyers [INFOGRAPHIC] Some Highlights: According to NAR’s latest Profile of Home Buyers & Sellers, the median age of all first-time homebuyers is 32. With more millennials entering a homebuying phase of life, they are driving a large portion of the buyer appetite in the market, keeping buyer activity... Read More

    Summering in RI!

    By Ryan & Juliana Wilson | December 5, 2019

    Narragansett, Rhode Island    Do you long to spend your summer days in the great outdoors, and enjoy romantic summer nights beside the sea? Consider summering in Narragansett. A picture-perfect town on the shore of Rhode Island, Narragansett is the ideal home base from which to explore sandy shores, and seaside Colonial towns of the... Read More

    5 Tips for Starting Your Home Search

    By Ryan & Juliana Wilson | December 3, 2019

    5 Tips for Starting Your Home Search In today’s market, low inventory dominates the conversation in many areas of the country. It can often be frustrating to be a first-time homebuyer if you aren’t prepared. Here are five tips from realtor.com’s article, “How to Find Your Dream Home—Without Losing Your Mind.” 1. Get Pre-Approved for... Read More

    Buyers Are Looking Now. Are You Ready to List Your Home?

    By Ryan & Juliana Wilson | December 2, 2019

    Buyers Are Looking Now. Are You Ready to List Your Home? Inventory on the market today is low, especially among existing homes in the entry and middle-level tiers of the market. It is hovering well below the 6-month supply typically found in a more normal market, as shown in the graph below:With inventory being one... Read More