Should I Buy a House in 2023? or Should I Sell My House in 2023?
Updated: Apr 15
Two questions that are being asked with today's fragile market. In 2023 the market may be even more shaken up by the high interest rates.
So lets brake these two questions down and more to follow. Houses increased in value at a very fast rate in 2020 and 2021. Owners were getting max gain in the last two years.
Should I buy a house in 2023? In the Waldorf, MD area and Arlington, VA area FACT - Interest Rates have increased up to 7% and have maintained stable near 6%.
My recommendation: I would recommend buying now if you can get an interest rate of 6.5% or below. I have partnered with the best lenders in the local area to get my clients the best rate possible. Let me capitalize and highlight this important fact: NO HIDDEN FEES with your mortgage rate. Waldorf, MD and Brandywine, MD is very close to the Capital Region / DC metro area, Joint Base Andrews, and Ft. Belvoir.
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My local Area: White Plains, MD there is an increase in development. White Plains is very new and very nice for a growing family, there is everything you need near by. Builders such as Lennar, DR Horton, and Ryan Homes are still constructing and the traffic is mostly from the builder's trucks as of January 2023. I help buyers get more incentives and get more for their money.
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Should I sell my house in 2023? In Waldorf, MD and Arlington, VA areas
FACT - Sellers have cut their expected sell price to sell faster than other houses in the market. Sellers have given credit to buyers for incentives as well.
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Recommendation: If you thought about selling, it is because you are planning on moving for your own reasons. So let me help you sell your investment with the most money in your pocket.
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