Real Estate Forecast for 2014: Higher Prices & Good Times to Sell

As an accredited investor and real estate broker my passion is to follow real estate trends and market updates. I thought I share some of my findings with my network to help you better understand the current market developments.

Right now, the outlook looks welcoming for the real estate market, according to Fanny Mae’s most recent National Housing Survey.  Monthly National Housing Survey, shows that home values will keep improving throughout 2014.

However,Image the recent article by Brian O’Connell reports that this could have also a downside as many Americans trying to buy and remodel, banks can drive up interest rates. The monthly housing survey for December reports:

– 49% of U.S. adults say home prices will rise throughout 2014, up from  43% in December 2012.

– Consumers also believe that that their home values will rise this year to 2.3% from compared 2.6% in 2012.

– The number of Americans who believe it’s a good time to sell their homes took a sharp turn upward, according to Fannie Mae, with 33% of U.S. homeowners saying it’s a good time to sell their homes up from 21% a year ago.

– Buying a home should be easier, too. Half of the survey respondents say it will “be easier to get a home mortgage today,” compared with 45% in 2012.

If you have currently a property you are looking to sell or downsize, you should take advantage of this market before interest rates will start to change.  I also suggest that for investment opportunities, get your foot in the door and lock up the current interest rates which could affect you for the next 30years.

Please always feel free to contact me and my team for assistance and guidance. We also help sophisticated investors to build syndication’s and invest in trust deeds. My team of analysts take the time and explain how you can benefit by investing long term and secure your future and retirement.

Have a blessed Friday and please contact us at: for more information.
Thank you.

Hector Padilla

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