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Monthly Archives: April 2022

    What You Can Expect from the Spring Housing Market

    By DJ & Lindsey | April 29, 2022

    You likely want to know what you can expect this season when it comes to buying or selling a house. While there are multiple factors causing some uncertainty, including the conflict overseas, rising inflation, and the first rate increase from the Federal Reserve in over three years — the housing market seems to be relatively immune. Here’s a look at what experts say you... Read More

    What You Need To Know if You’re Thinking About Building a Home

    By DJ & Lindsey | April 27, 2022

    If you’re ready to move up, you may be trying to decide whether you want to buy a home that’s already on the market or build a new one. And since the supply of homes available for sale today is low, you’re willing to consider either avenue. While home builders are doing everything they can to construct more... Read More

    TOP 10 Luxury Listings: April 19 – April 25

    By DJ & Lindsey | April 26, 2022

    April 19th – April 25th 8 Ocean Club Dr  Fernandina Beach, FL 4 Beds 6.5 Baths 6,692 sq/ft SOLD $3,750,000 1958 River Road Jacksonville, FL 5 Beds 5.5 Baths 6,452 sq/ft SOLD $3,140,000 130 Muirfield Dr Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 4 Beds 6 Baths 4,980 sq/ft SOLD $3,000,000 362 Royal Tern Rd Ponte Vedra Beach,... Read More

    The Many Benefits of Homeownership

    By DJ & Lindsey | April 25, 2022

    The past two years have taught us the true value of homeownership, especially the stability and the feeling of accomplishment it can provide. But homeownership has so much more to offer. Here’s a look at a few of the non-financial and financial benefits of owning a home. If you’re looking to buy a home today, think... Read More

    The Average Homeowner Gained More Than $55K in Equity over the Past Year

    By DJ & Lindsey | April 22, 2022

    If you’re a current homeowner, you should know your net worth just got a big boost. It comes in the form of rising home equity. Equity is the current value of your home minus what you owe on the loan. Today, you’re building that equity far faster than you may expect – and this gain is great... Read More


    By DJ & Lindsey | April 21, 2022

    An email from renters claim their rent will increase +$2,000/month. Read More

    Did Your Dream Home Just Come on the Market?

    By DJ & Lindsey | April 20, 2022

    For the first time in a long time, the number of newly listed homes is beginning to rise. In their latest monthly release, reveals the number of existing homes entering the market has increased for two months in a row (this comes after six months of declines). Here’s a graph showing the monthly new listings going back... Read More

    Where Are Mortgage Rates Headed?

    By DJ & Lindsey | April 18, 2022

    There’s never been a truer statement regarding forecasting mortgage rates than the one offered last year by Mark Fleming, Chief Economist at First American: “You know, the fallacy of economic forecasting is: Don’t ever try and forecast interest rates and or, more specifically, if you’re a real estate economist mortgage rates, because you will always invariably be wrong.”... Read More

    Don’t Get Caught Off Guard by Closing Costs

    By DJ & Lindsey | April 18, 2022

    As a homebuyer, it’s important to plan and budget for the expenses you’ll encounter when you purchase a home. While most people understand the need to save for a down payment, a recent survey found 41% of homebuyers were surprised by their closing costs. Here’s some information to help you get started so you’re not caught off guard... Read More

    Are You Wondering if This Is the Year To Buy a Home?

    By DJ & Lindsey | April 15, 2022

    Every year, many renters ask themselves the same question: Should I continue renting, or is it time to buy a home? If you’re a renter, chances are you’ve asked yourself that question at least once, and it’s likely because you’ve faced an increase in your monthly housing costs over time. After all, according to Census data, rents have risen consistently for... Read More