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Home Prices Are Rebounding

If you’re following the news today, you may feel a bit unsure about what’s happening with home prices and fear whether or not the worst is yet to come. That’s because today’s headlines are painting an unnecessarily negative picture. If we take a year-over-year view, home prices did drop some, but that’s because we’re comparing to a ‘unicorn’ year when prices peaked well beyond the norm.To avoid an unfair comparison to that previous peak, we need to look at monthly data. And that tells a very different and much more positive story. While local home price trends still vary by market, here’s what...

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Low Housing Inventory Is a Sweet Spot for Sellers [INFOGRAPHIC]

Some HighlightsToday’s housing inventory is still well below more normal years.This low inventory is why homes that are priced right are still selling quickly and seeing multiple offers.If you want to sell your house, now is a great time because inventory is still low. Contact a trusted real estate agent to start the process.

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How Remote Work Expands Your Homebuying Horizons

Even as some companies transition back into the office, remote work remains a popular choice for many professionals. So, if you currently enjoy working from home or hope to be able to soon, you’re not alone. According to a recent survey, most working professionals want to work either fully remote or hybrid (see below):This trend is good news if you’re looking to buy a home because a remote or hybrid work setup can help you overcome some of today’s affordability and housing inventory challenges.More Work Flexibility Equals More Home OptionsRemote or hybrid work opens up a world of opportunities....

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Feel the Heat with a SpaceX Falcon Heavy launch viewing package.

Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has announced the opportunity for visitors to reserve a Feel the Heat launch viewing package for the upcoming SpaceX Falcon Heavy EchoStar JUPITER 3 mission at the Apollo/Saturn V Center, the closest available public viewing experience for this highly anticipated launch. The Falcon Heavy rocket will blast off from Launch Complex 39A at Kennedy Space Center, carrying the EchoStar JUPITER 3 broadband communication satellite. This advanced satellite will revolutionize in-flight Wi-Fi, maritime connections,...

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Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex recognized as a Certified Autism Center.

Written by Kristen Schmutz Belden Communications News   Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex has recently partnered with the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards (IBCCES) to obtain the prestigious designation of a Certified Autism Center to ensure that individuals on the Autism Spectrum and those with sensory sensitivities can visit the complex with confidence. Since 2001, IBCCES has spearheaded cognitive disorder training and certification for healthcare, education, entertainment, and corporate professionals worldwide. As the sole credentialing organization...

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Renting or Selling Your House: What’s the Best Move?

If you’re a homeowner ready to make a move, you may be thinking about using your current house as a short-term rental property instead of selling it. A short-term rental (STR) is typically offered as an alternative to a hotel, and they’re an investment that’s gained popularity in recent years.While a short-term rental can be a tempting idea, you may find the reality of being responsible for one difficult to take on. Here are some of the challenges you could face if you rent out your house instead of selling it.A Short-Term Rental Comes with ResponsibilitiesSuccessfully managing your house as...

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Momentum Is Building for New Home Construction

If you’re in the process of looking for a home today, you know the supply of homes for sale is low because you’re feeling the impact of having a limited pool of options. And, if your biggest hurdle right now is that you’re having trouble finding something you like, don’t forget that a newly built home is a great option.As a recent article from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) says: “Home buyers continue to be met with limited housing options during what’s typically the real estate market’s busiest season. . . . The current supply of existing homes is about half the level it was in...

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Reasons Your Home May Not Be Selling

When it comes to selling your house, you want three things: to sell it for the most money you can, to do it in a certain amount of time, and to do all of that with the fewest hassles. And, while the current housing market is generally favorable to sellers due to today’s limited housing supply, there are still factors that can cause delays or even prevent a house from selling.If you’re having trouble getting your house to sell in today’s sellers’ market, here are a few things to think about.Limited Access – If You Can’t Show It, You Can’t Sell It.One of the biggest mistakes you can...

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The Benefits of Downsizing for Homeowners [INFOGRAPHIC]

Some HighlightsDownsizing is a popular choice for homeowners when they retire or when their needs change, but with inflation still high, it’s also a way to reduce costs.Downsizing could help cut down on your expenses and your equity can fuel your move.If you’re thinking about moving to a smaller home, connect with a real estate professional to go over your housing goals and look at your options in the local market.

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Today’s Housing Inventory Is a Sweet Spot for Sellers

One of the biggest challenges in the housing market right now is how few homes there are for sale compared to the number of people who want to buy them. To help emphasize just how limited housing inventory still is, let’s take a look at the latest information on active listings, or homes for sale in a given month, as it compares to more normal levels.According to a recent report from Realtor.com:  “On average, active inventory in June was 50.6% below pre-pandemic 2017–2019 levels.”The graph below helps illustrate this point. It uses historical data to provide a more concrete look at how much...

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