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  • Real Estate Market Outlook 2022 Reading Between the Lines

    Don’t Believe Everything You Read: The Truth Many Headlines Overlook There are a lot of questions right now regarding the real estate market as we head into 2022. The forbearance program is coming to an end, inflation is increasing, and mortgage rates are beginning to…

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  • Higher Mortgage Rates Mean Less Home Affordability

    How Smart Buyers Are Approaching Rising Mortgage Rates Last week, the national average 30-year fixed mortgage rate from Freddie Mac inched up to 3.1%, and experts project rates will continue rising through 2022. Taken from Bankrate.com the average mortgage interest rates in Connecticut as of November 25, 2021, are…

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  • Strong Sellers Market

    Seller’s Have Incredible Leverage in Today’s Real Estate Seller’s Market With mortgage rates climbing above 3% for the first time in months, serious buyers are more motivated than ever to find a home before the end of the year. Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist for the National Association of Realtors (NAR),…

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  • Chief Economist Prospective on 3% Mortgage Rates

    Two Graphs That Show Why You Shouldn’t Be Upset About 3% Mortgage Rates With the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate from Freddie Mac climbing above 3%, rising rates are one of the topics dominating the discussion in the housing market today. And since experts project rates will rise…

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  • Pre-Pandemic Market 2019 vs 2021 in West Hartford CT

    What Do Past Years Tell Us About Today’s Real Estate Market in West Hartford CT? As you follow the news, you’re likely seeing headlines discussing what’s going on in today’s housing market. Chances are high that some of the more recent storylines you’ve come across…

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