Found 7 blog entries for March 2017.
You don't have to buy to look! Check out these great Open Houses we have this weekend. Get a list of all Open houses in Pasco, Kennewick, Richland, and the Tri-Cities area here!
This event includes lots of fun activities. There will be several egg hunts that are divided into age groups and a carnival with games and activities for the kiddos.
The February 2017 edition of the Tri-Cities Insider provides an update on the local Tri-Cities real estate market, including inventory of active homes for sale, months of inventory, total homes sold and the average sales price.
The information below offers a comparison of the February 2017 market activity vs. February 2016.
For a more in-depth analysis, download our full Tri-Cities Insider Report February 2017.
Tri-Cities Insider for February 2017
Real Estate statistics were…
As the spring home buying season gets underway, drones may be a more common sight above homes about to go on the market. More and more real estate professionals are using drone photography and videos to better market their listings.
In August of 2016, the Federal Aviation Administration relaxed its restrictions on the use of drones. Drone pilots no longer need an FAA pilot's license and only require a $150 remote pilot certificate.
The National Association of Realtors® has set up a resource page (click here) to help Realtors® and their clients navigate the government's drone regulations as they incorporate drones into their listing strategies.
Before drones became…
There is no doubt that historically low mortgage interest rates were a major impetus to housing recovery over the last several years. However, many industry experts are showing concern about the possible effect that the rising rates will have moving forward.
The Mortgage Bankers Association, Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the National Association of Realtors are all projecting that mortgage interest rates will move upward in 2017. Increasing interest rates will definitely impact purchasers and may stifle demand.
In a recent study of industry experts, “rising mortgage interest rates, and their impact on mortgage affordability” was named by 56% as the force they think will have the most significant impact on U.S. housing in 2017. If rising rates slow…