This week in real estate news we’ve rounded up the following stories: Considered a risky prospect since the recession, the adjustable-rate mortgage is making a comeback. It may be a seller’s market, but if a home is overpriced, it won’t sell. How do you know when the price needs to be lowered? What are the hottest hipster housing markets across the country? Selling a home in the winter? And finally, just in time for Halloween: the most haunted houses in the country.
Time to consider an adjustable-rate mortgage?
Shunned after the real estate market crash of 2008, the adjustable-rate mortgage is making a comeback. Does the potential reward outweigh the possible risk?
How to know when to lower the price on your home
Sure, it’s a seller’s market out there in most areas of the country. But every home won’t sell at every price. If it’s overpriced, a house will sit on the market and the listing will become stale. When should that asking price be lowered?
Hipster homes: artisanal coffee and avocado toast point toward the next hot housing markets
Yelp and Realtor.com have joined forces to come up with a list of the hottest hipster housing markets across the country. Did your metro area make the list?
Tips for getting your home sold in the winter
Winter is just around the corner—and that usually means a tougher, slower real estate market. But you’ve got clients who just have to sell. Here are some tips for getting that home sold—quickly and for a profit.
5 of the most haunted houses in the U.S.
With Halloween just a few days away, you might have haunted houses on your mind. Here are five of the most notorious properties across the country.