6 Top Reasons to Buy a Home Now

6 Top Reasons to Buy a Home Now

cheaper to buy than rent, truliaTo take advantage of near-record low mortgage interest rates and home prices undervalued by as much as three percent nationwide, now is a great time to buy a home.

There are still some great home buyer opportunities.

Why now is a best time for buyersThe economy is growing. From information gathered on or before August 22, 2014, the Federal Reserve’s “Beige Book” report found economic activity is up in all eight national districts, including consumer spending, freight loads for deliveries of goods, and more. But there are even better reasons to buy a home right now, and here are just a few:

More jobs are available

The Labor Department announced that the jobless rate is now below six percent. Consider how far the job market has come since January 2010 when unemployment was 9.7 percent.

Houses hedge against inflation

The Consumer Price for All Urban Consumers is up 1.7% from August 2013 to August 2014, excluding volatile food and gas prices. The food index has risen 2.7 percent over the span, while the energy index has increased 0.4 percent. This is the first month that the index hasn’t risen since 2010.

Why is that good for homeowners? Even in a tepid inflationary environment, when prices rise, a major asset such as a home, purchased at a fixed cost, becomes more valuable. Typically, in an inflationary environment, housing prices rise.

Housing price gains are slowing

The median existing-home price in August was $219,800, which is 4.8 percent higher than home prices in August 2013. This marks the 30th consecutive month of year-over-year price gains. In 2013, home prices rose in the double digits.

Mortgage interest rates are still low

According to Freddie Mac’s archives, the lowest that mortgage interest rates have been in modern history (since 1971) was in November and December 2012 at 3.35 percent with 0.7 points for a benchmark 30-year, fixed-rate loan, and that was back in 2012 before the housing recovery began in earnest. The most recent Freddie Mac survey found national averages at 4.16 percent with .05 percent points in September 2014.

Pent-up demand ready to release

Household formation has been muted since the Great Recession, preventing as many as 2.5 million people from forming households who otherwise would have. Economists with Harvard’s Center for Joint Housing Studies predict that annual U.S. housing starts should average 1.4 to 1.5 million over the coming decade. Considering that the largest generation ever –81 million Echo Boomers — are well into renting and homebuying age, the numbers should be closer to the 2.3% annual growth of the 1970’s, when 78 million Baby Boomers reached adulthood.

Buy VS rent ratios favor homeownership

Trulia, a real estate marketplace and research group announced that nationally, rents rose 6.5% year-over-year in September 2014. Apartment rents were up 6.9%, while single-family home rents gained 5.2%. At the same time, housing prices have leveled off.

The takeaway

A housing market never remains even. There are always surges and dips. Buyers could wait for better market conditions, but the present alignment of low mortgage interest rates, slowing home prices, rising rents and pent-up demand add up to great reasons to buy a home right now.

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By Harrison K. Long. Source of information is Property ID.

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Buyers Should Take Advantage of Unbelievably Low Mortgage Rates

Purchase money lendingWith interest rates dropping to their lowest levels since June 2013, now is a great time to buy a home at Orange County CA.

Current rate drop to about 4.03% for 30-year fixed rate mortgage (for those who qualify) is a big savings for buyers on a monthly basis.

Home loan rates are fantasticRates are a lot lower today than they were at the beginning of this year 2014 – and are now at their lowest level since June 2013.

The FED has been printing money for years by funding the secondary market and purchasing mortgage back securities. The FED has held the Federal Fund Rate at almost ZERO for over five years. Lenders are essentially charged next to nothing to borrow money and are able to pass along this savings in the form of unbelievably low interest rates.

But that won’t last forever. The FED is ready to eliminate the economic stimulus. The FED is looking to keep a lid on inflation and increase the Federal Fund Rate in about six months. That’s where we will see a change in interest rates. As the Federal Fund Rate increases, banks’ profitability is squeezed, and lenders will raise their rates to home buyers and those who refinance.

In about six months – or about April 2015 – pressure is expected to rise on interest rates.

Don’t wait! Lock in your great mortgage loan rate now. There is no better time than now to buy your Orange County home and lock in the great rate.

Orange County CA how has 7,174 homes listed for sale, which is 841 more than same time last year. The expected average market time for all of Orange County CA is at 3.24 months now – or 97 days – now a balanced market that does not favor buyers or sellers.

Sellers at Orange County CA need to make sure they are pricing their homes correctly from the start, so they can get real buyer attention during this balanced market.

By Harrison K. Long – Source of some information is CRMLS and ReportsOnHousing and is for listings and sales by all agents and brokers.

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Home Selling Markets at Orange County CA Get Balanced

IMAG0223 (Large)_optOrange County CA now sees balance in its home selling markets – with no advantage for either sellers or buyers.

While comparing the supply (the active inventory) and demand (the number of pending sales over the prior month) smart analysts can determine the EXPECTED MARKET TIME – or how long it would take to sell the current supply of homes actively listed on the market with current level of demand.

When the expected market time is below three months, it’s a sellers’ favored market.

In March 2013, the expected market time dropped to 1.1 months and Orange County housing strongly favored sellers – when there were only 3,183 homes for sale and demand was at 2,880 pending sales.

Cash was king during that time, and most homes got multiple offers and were selling in less a month.

Orange County CA home selling has slowed down since then, and EXPECTED MARKET TIME is now balanced at about 4 months. This balance will continue through the end of the year – and will not shift towards a pro buyers’ market – since some listings are being pulled off the market by sellers.

Sellers at Orange County CA need to make sure they are pricing their homes correctly from the start, so they can get real buyer attention and best results in this balanced market.

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By Harrison K. Long – Source of some information is CRMLS and ReportsOnHousing and is for listings and sales by all agents and brokers.

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East Costa Mesa CA Home Selling Market Still Solid

East Costa MesaEast Costa Mesa is a most-popular area for home buyers at Orange County – and is located just inland from Newport Beach and about two miles from Newport Harbor.

406 16th place, sold, 2014East Costa Mesa homeowners and residents cherish their neighborhoods, with flat and wide streets, friendly neighbors, single level homes, good access to public parks and recreational areas, and located close to good public schools.

 

  • 16 East Costa Mesa homes were sold so far from August 1 to August 28, 2014 – with average sold price of $825,593 – and average time on market of 76 days for those sold homes.
  • 17 East Costa Mesa homes were sold during same time last year 2013 from August 1 to August 28, 2013 – with average sold price of $798,115 – and average time on market of 53 days for those sold homes.
  • So East Costa Mesa home selling is a little slower this year in August, and selling numbers are otherwise about the same as last year 2013.

East costa mesa home valuesInvestors and buyers have also liked East Costa Mesa real estate.

149 East Costa Mesa homes have sold so far this year – from January 1 to August 28, 2014.

Average sold price of $870,366, and average time on market of 65 days for those sold homes.

  • East Costa Mesa has now has 68 homes listed for sale – with average list price of $922,726.
  • 18.6 East Costa Mesa homes are being sold on average each month this year.
  • So it will take 3.65 months to theoretically sell all homes now on the market at current pace of selling.
  • This market still favors sellers, but it has been moderating in favor of buyers who now have more choices.

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By Harrison K. Long – Source of some information is CRMLS and is for listings and sales by all agents and brokers.

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Now is a Great Time for Orange County CA Home Buying

Orange County CA now has more than 8,000 homes listed for sale, which is up about 35 percent from one year ago.

Home-Buying-Tips-Template-252Home price appreciation has halted for now. Buyers have lots of choices these days and room for positive negotiation in many situations.

So why are some Orange County CA home buyers waiting? They seem to be nervous and on the sidelines for what they believe will be a real buyers market where they will get the best deals.

Buyers shouldn’t wait. Purchase money mortgage loan rates are still low and hover around 4.1% for a 30-year fixed rate for those who qualify.

Number of homes for sale listings is way up from last year and first part of this year, and buyers have much better choices now.

However, with an expected market time to sell all homes now on the market is just over 3 months, the current Orange County home selling market still favors the sellers and is not yet close to a buyer’s favored market.

Buyers are wishfully thinking and not using facts and real housing data while they wait to buy.

2014 is very different from last year 2013 when Orange County CA was a sizzling seller’s favored market – with homes flying off the market at almost any price.

Just because prices have gone way up does not mean that the market has shifted to a buyer’s market.

Orange County home selling markets are moving more towards a normal, balanced market where neither buyers nor sellers will be able to call the shots.

Today, it’s still a seller’s favored market with very little price appreciation. That means that homes will sell close to the most recent comparable closed sales and sellers will be able to control the terms.

Buyers need to look at the facts about the market and not wait!

 

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By Harrison K. Long. Source of some information is Steven Thomas and his ReportsOnHousing.com.

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Surf’s Up with Newport Beach CA Home Selling Prices

Surf’s Up with Newport Beach CA Home Selling Prices

TN dpt-wedge-1People love Newport Beach CA where homes near the Harbor, the Back Bay, and beaches are some of the most popular for buyers in this city famous for residential living and investment.

 

Newport Beach CA homeowners like recent selling prices and solid values.

81 Newport Beach homes have sold during first 29 days of July 2014.

Average sold price for those July 2014 was $1,662,385 – and average time on market for those sold homes was 87 days.

84 Newport Beach homes sold during same time last year – first 29 days of July 2013. Average sold price was $1,525,065 – and average time on market for those sold homes was 74 days.

So Newport Beach average home selling prices are up almost 9 percent during this time in July 2014 as compared with the same time last year in July 2013.

Newport Beach now has 366 homes listed for sale on the multiple listing service – with average list price of $2,869,000.
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By Harrison K. Long. This is information from CRMLS multiple listing service and is for homes sold by all brokers and agents.

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Why Irvine CA Home Selling Has Changed 2014 Midyear Update

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIrvine CA home selling 2014 midyear update shows shift toward balance and not favoring sellers as much as the market did last year.

Irvine home selling prices are determined with focus on recent comparable sales and fair market value.Irvine CA Midyear real estate update-b-

783 Irvine homes are listed for sale as of today (July 19, 2014) – an astounding number jump up of 108 percent since start of this year when 375 homes were listed.

Home selling at Irvine CA remains strong with prices up – while buyers now have more choices. Homes for sale are staying on the market about the same on average these days as compared with the first of the year (when average market time was 3.8 months).

5 Shade Tree, sold, 6-30-2014

Midyear Irvine average home sold prices at the following communities during June 2014 can serve as a guide for fair market value:

■Airport Area Irvine – 17 homes sold – average sold price of $581,815

■El Camino Real Irvine – 8 homes sold – average sold price of $615,825
■Northpark Irvine – 8 homes sold – average sold price of $942,050
■Northwood Irvine – 45 homes sold – average sold price of $754,731
■Oak Creek Irvine – 5 homes sold – average sold price of $641,500
■Portola Springs Irvine – 7 homes sold – average sold price of $755,826
■Quail Hill Irvine – 8 homes sold – average sold price of $780,846
■Shady Canyon Irvine – 2 homes sold – average sold price of $5,065,000
■Stonegate Irvine – 13 homes sold – average sold price of $704,219
■Turtle Ridge Irvine – 11 homes sold – average sold price of $1,490,727
■Turtle Rock Irvine – 10 homes sold – average sold price of $1,370,830
■University Park Irvine – 4 homes sold – average sold price of $917,250
■Westpark Irvine – 17 homes sold – average sold price of $631,135
■Woodbridge Irvine – 25 homes sold – average sold price of $637,252
■Woodbury Irvine – 17 homes sold – average sold price of $787,109
■Irvine CA all village areas – 237 homes sold during June 2014 – with average sold price of $808,452

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAIrvine CA real estate market now has a wider spread between average list price ($1,111,250) and average sold price ($808,452 during June 2014).

Irvine home selling is more balanced these days with sellers facing competition from other sellers.

Successful sellers will adjust to this market and consider carefully what buyers are looking for in the home, the neighborhood and fair market value.

By Harrison K. Long. Source of information is CRMLS multiple listing service and ReportsOnHousing, and OCRegister.com and is for homes sold by all agents and brokers.

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Bluffs Home Remodeled at Newport Beach CA – 325 Vista Suerte

Bluffs Home Remodeled at Newport Beach CA – 325 Vista Suerte

Live beautifully in this stunning, extensively remodeled and renovated home in the “The Bluffs” at Newport Beach!

 

 

 

 

Single family attached home with 3 bedrooms and 2 and one-half bathrooms.

Open-concept kitchen, dining and living area.

Gorgeous custom kitchen rebuilt to the studs – white maple shaker cabinets to ceiling, granite counters, designer backsplash, stainless steel appliances including five burner cooktop and Fisher & Paykel dishwasher drawers, and over-the-stove pot filler.

Soaring ceilings and distressed maple hardwood floors.

Expansive views through French sliding doors to rear patio and lush greenbelt.

Romantic master bedroom with vaulted ceiling overlooking greenbelt.

Spectacular completely renovated ensuite master bath including Carrera marble dual vanity, spacious shower with designer tile & hardware, glass surround and dramatic volume ceiling.

Master bath suite …

Impressive secondary baths rebuilt with new vanities, granite counters, custom tile and raised volume ceilings.

New elements include dual pane windows throughout …

New raised panel wood wardrobe doors, leaded glass entry doorway sidelight, fireplace hearth, crown molding, tall baseboards, light and faucet fixtures, fresh paint, garage door & more.

Location on private community greenbelt near the swimming pool area.

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325 Vista Suerte is the home you have been waiting for!

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CA Property Buyers Should Be Advised About Implications of an Earthquake Zone Report

CA Property Buyers Should Be Advised About Implications of an Earthquake Zone Report.
A California court of appeal has ruled that the real estate broker for buyers failed in their obligation to investigate, understand and communicate to buyers the implications of an earthquake zone report.   (Saffie v. Schmeling, filed March 7, 2014, Fourth District, Div. Two, 2014 S.O.S. E055716).

The court found that the buyer’s broker’s advice to client to “check [the report] out” is insufficient to avoid liability.

This case involved the sale of a vacant property in an earthquake zone.  The seller’s broker stated in the MLS “This parcel is in an earthquake study zone but has had a Fault Hazard Investigation completed and has been declared buildable by the investigating licensed geologist. Report available for serious buyers.”  All of which was true.  The problem, however, was that the report was from 1982 and in the interim were the Loma Prieta and Northridge earthquakes; much had changed in the building standards from then to the sale of the property in 2006.

After closing, the buyer found that he could not build. He sued his broker, the seller and the seller’s broker, alleging that omitting the date of the report was a misrepresentation. The trial court found the buyer’s broker liable for breaching the fiduciary duty to the buyer. The seller and the seller’s broker where held not liable.

Buyer appealed only as to the seller’s broker.  Following prior case law, the court found that, while a real estate broker owes their own client a fiduciary duty, they owe third parties who are not their clients only those duties imposed by regulatory statutes.  These duties include honesty, fairness and full disclosure as well as the Civil Code section 1088 responsibility for the truthfulness of statements in the MLS. The court found that the statement was in fact true. There was a report. The geologist did find the parcel buildable.  And the fact that the MLS did not state that the report was from 1982 was cured by the report’s availability, especially so when the report was dated May 20, 1982 on its face.  The court held that the seller’s broker had met the requirements of honesty, fairness, and full disclosure.

The buyer’s broker, however, did not fare so well. The buyer’s broker merely gave the buyer a copy of the report, telling the buyer to “check it out.”  The court states that the buyer’s alleged injury arises from the failure to investigate and understand the implication of the information that the report dated to 1982, a failure that the trial court found was the buyer’s broker’s responsibility, and not from the failure of the seller’s broker to provide information.  Certainly something beyond “check it out” was required of the buyer’s broker. (Saffie v. Schmeling, filed March 7, 2014, Fourth District, Div. Two, 2014 S.O.S. E055716)

 

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By Harrison K. Long.  Source of this information is the California Association of Realtors and is for information only – and is not the providing of legal or professional real estate services.  If you are a buyer of a home or residential property in California and have questions or do not understand an earthquake zone report for the property, you should consult with an experienced real estate attorney. 

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Turtle Rock Irvine CA Home Sellers Are Happy About Prices

Turtle Rock Irvine CA Home Sellers Are Happy About Prices

Turtle Rock Irvine CA home sellers are happy about recent selling prices, which are up more than 8 percent per year over the past five years.

While Irvine CA has grown to be the third largest city in Orange County and its economy powerhouse, Turtle Rock village homes have experienced even more buyer demand.

16 Turtle Rock homes are now under purchase contracts with buyers – reported as “backup” and “pending” on the multiple listing service.

  • Turtle Rock Irvine home selling prices have gone up 40 percent during the past 5 years since January 1, 2009 – an annual increase of 8 percent per year.
  • 12 Turtle Rock homes sold during first 3 months of 2009 – with average sold price of $795,813.
  • 20 Turtle Rock homes sold during first 3 months of this year 2014 – with average sold price of $1,118,050.
  • 26 Turtle Rock homes sold during same time last year (first 3 months of 2013).
  • $1,026,769 was average sold price for a Turtle Rock home same time last year during that same time.
  • Turtle Rock home sold prices and values have gone up 8.8 percent so far this year 2014 (as compared with same time last year).

  • 22 Turtle Rock homes are now listed for sale (as of April 3, 2014).

When Turtle Rock owners work with experienced Realtor agents and price their homes correctly at fair market value, they still have an advantage.  However, buyers have seen a recent increase in number of homes for sale and have a much better selection than a year ago in 2013.

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