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US Housing inventory at the end of December 2020 declined 16.4% from November and declined 23% from one year before.More
Avoid poorly designed homes–this is often referred to as functional obsolescence. Functional obsolescence reduces the desirability of your home and makes it more difficult to sell. Here are some examples that you should steer clear of: 1) No bathrooms on first floor 2) Bedrooms with no closest 3) Knob-and-tube wiring or fuses instead of a circuit breaker box 4) One outlet per roomMore
Q: When do you think home prices will fall? Scott, Edgewater, NJ A: Whenever home prices increase faster than incomes, a home price correction is inevitable. Home prices in NJ rose almost 12% in 2020—this huge increase was not the result of local real estate market fundamentals, but rather was caused by fear of coronavirus. Although incomes in general did surprisingly increase in 2020, incomes certainly did not increase as much as NJ home prices. Therefore, sometime in the next few years perhaps in 2023 there will be a downward home price correction as local real estate markets in NJ approach market equilibrium. Thanks for your question, Scott. Good luck. For more real estate tips and information visit my blog […]More