Is now a good time to buy a home with COVID-19?

If you find a home that seems right for you, you have job stability and you can get financing at historically low rates, buying a home might be a wise choice and the right thing to do — even now.

What is the impact on the housing market with COVID-19?

Hard to tell but historically buying a home has been a good long term investment.

Will home prices crash?

Hard to predict. Determine how long you plan to stay in your new home. If it’s less than five years, look for a property where you can build value over time.

Should I buy or continue to rent?

Buying a home can be a very solid investment. This being said, renting can also be a better option for some, depending on the circumstances. The current interest rates are incredible. A 30-year FHA mortgage can be locked in at a rate of around 3.5%. Since the interest rates are so low, it actually can be cheaper to pay a mortgage right now than paying rent.

Can I find a rent-to-own property?

Of course you can, but the probability isn’t very high. The same can be said about a rent-to-own property.

I own a home, should I buy another before selling my current home?

There are pros-and-cons to buying a home and the same can be said about selling your current home before buying another.

Who pays the Realtor fees when buying a home?

There are no guarantees, however, in most cases the seller pays the Realtor fees.

What is a short sale?

The sale of a home in which the proceeds from the sale are less than the balance of debts secured by liens against the property and the homeowner cannot afford to pay the liens in full.