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National Real Estate Market Update

September 4th, 2019 by Michael Mahoney

National Snapshot: What’s Ahead for Real Estate

The U.S. unemployment rate is at a 50-year low, and consumer confidence remains high. In fact, the University of Michigan’s latest Surveys of Consumers found that Americans have their most positive personal finance outlook since 2003.1

However, if you follow national news, you’ve probably heard speculation that we could be headed toward a recession. Global trade tensions and a slow down in the GDP growth rate has sparked volatility in the stock market, leading to economic uncertainty.

Given these differing signals, you may be wondering: How has the U.S. housing market been impacted? Where is it headed? And more importantly … what does it mean for me?

Mortgage Rates Are Near Historic Lows

In August, Freddie Mac reported that the average 30-year fixed mortgage rate hit its lowest level since November 2016, falling to 3.6%, down a full percentage point from a year earlier.Variable mortgage rates also fell when the Federal Reserve cut interest rates at the end of July for the first time since 2008.3

This was welcome news for many in the real estate industry. Freddie Mac predicts that low interest rates and a robust job market will help the housing market remain strong despite the threat of recession.

“There is a tug of war in the financial markets between weaker business sentiment and consumer sentiment,” said Sam Khater, Freddie Mac’s chief economist. “Business sentiment is declining on negative trade and manufacturing headlines, but consumer sentiment remains buoyed by a strong labor market and low rates that will continue to drive home sales into the fall.”2

See the report on mortgage rates from last week by Freddie Mac

What does it mean for you?

If you’re looking to buy a home, now is a great time to lock in a low mortgage rate. It will shrink your monthly payment and could save you a bundle over the long term. Or if you plan to stay in your current home for a while, consider whether it makes sense to refinance your mortgage at today’s lower rates.

If you would like a referral to a qualified mortgage partner for a  referral, please reach out.

 

 

Prices Continue to Rise at a Modest Pace

According to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller Indices, housing prices continue to rise. But the rate at which prices are rising is slowing down. For May 2019, the National Home Price Index rose by 3.4%, down from 3.5% the previous month.4

Of course, national averages often don’t present the whole picture. Some markets have seen modest declines, while other areas are witnessing double-digit increases. The key differentiating factor in most cases? Housing affordability.5

Since 2012, home prices have increased at about three times the pace of wages, according to National Association of Realtors chief economist Lawrence Yun.6

“Housing unaffordability will hinder sales irrespective of the local job market conditions,” said Yun. “This is evident in the very expensive markets as home prices are either topping off or slightly falling.”5

But what about all this talk of a recession? Will we see housing values plummet like they did in 2008? Economists say no.

If we look at history, the real estate crash experienced during the Great Recession isn’t typical.

The recent Housing and Mortgage Market Review report from Arch Mortgage Insurance provides data to support this. “What we found is that the next recession is likely to be far less severe on the housing market than the last one. It’s not that this time is different; it’s that last time was really different from historic norms.”6

“A large decline in national home prices is unlikely in the next recession,” Arch economists write. “A persistent housing shortage should help cushion home price declines.”6

Real estate is a local business and you need to look at the picture being painted locally. If you are considering a purchase or sale, you will want to drill down to the local market level or even perhaps the neighborhood. National news is one thing, but things vary from neighborhood to neighborhood.

 

What does it mean for you?

If you have the ability and desire to buy a home now, don’t let the threat of a recession hold you in limbo. The market is cyclical, and it will experience ups and downs. But over the long term, real estate has consistently proven to be a good investment.

Now is is amazing time to purchase a home. Rents are at record highs. There are plenty of options in the market where you could work with a good Realtor to negotiate a purchase with a very small down payment and possibly a closing cost credit which would allow you to make a purchase with same amount of money it would take to sign a lease on a rental property.

 

 

 

Starter Inventory Remains Tight While Luxury Market Softens

As we’ve seen in the past, it’s become a tale of two sectors.

The low-end of the market remains highly competitive as buyers compete for affordable housing. A lack of new construction during the last recession led to an undersupply of starter homes. This trend continues—despite growing demand—due to a lack of skilled workers, rising land and material costs, and a slow permitting process in many areas.7

The result? There’s a shortage of homes for sale that Americans can actually afford to buy.

The luxury market, on the other hand, has softened. Economic uncertainty, changes to tax laws, and rising prices have slowed demand. Plus, to recoup their higher costs, builders flocked to this segment—causing an overabundance of supply in some areas.

“If you’re selling an entry level home, you’re probably still looking at a pretty competitive market in most places,” according to Danielle Hale, chief economist at Realtor.com. “But if you’re selling a more expensive home you probably have to adjust your expectations.”8

 

What does it mean for you?

Move-up buyers, you’re in luck! If you’re ready to trade in your starter home for something more luxurious, you may get the best of both sectors. We’re still witnessing strong demand for entry-level homes, giving sellers the upper hand. At the same time, buyers of high-end homes are finding a greater selection (and more negotiating power) than they’ve had in years.

 

Investors Are Buying Homes at Record Levels

There’s one group that hasn’t been slowed down by lack of affordability or economic uncertainty: investors.

According to CoreLogic, investors are purchasing homes at a record pace. In 2018, the share of U.S. homes bought by investors reached 11.3%—the highest level since the company began tracking nearly 20 years ago.9

Notably, this increased activity wasn’t led by institutional investors, but instead by small and individual investors focused on the starter-home segment.Declining interest rates and an uncertain stock market has led investors to flock to real estate as they seek out greater stability and higher returns.

“With declining mortgage rates … they’re searching for a better return for their money,” said NAR chief economist Lawrence Yun.10

 

What does it mean for you?

If you’re looking for a way to “recession proof” your money, you might want to consider investing in real estate. People will always need a place to live, and (unlike the stock market) a rental property can provide a steady source of cash flow during uncertain economic times.

 

We Are Here to Guide You

While national real estate numbers can provide a “big picture” outlook, real estate is local. As local market experts, we can guide you through the ins and outs of our market and the issues most likely to impact sales and home values in your particular neighborhood.

If you have specific questions or would like more information about how market changes could affect you, contact us to schedule a free consultation. We’re here to help you navigate this shifting real estate landscape.

 

 

Sources:

  1. University of Michigan Surveys of Consumers – http://www.sca.isr.umich.edu/
  2. Freddie Mac – https://freddiemac.gcs-web.com/news-releases/news-release-details/mortgage-rates-drop-significantly?_ga=2.29332539.689041222.1565464527-928629548.1565464527
  3. CNN – https://www.cnn.com/2019/07/31/business/fed-rate-cut-july-meeting/index.html
  4. S&P Dow Jones Indices – https://us.spindices.com/documents/indexnews/announcements/20190730-965771/965771_cshomeprice-release-0730.pdf?force_download=true
  5. National Association of Realtors – https://www.nar.realtor/newsroom/metro-home-prices-increase-in-91-of-metro-areas-in-second-quarter-of-2019
  6. Forbes – https://www.forbes.com/sites/alyyale/2019/04/18/with-a-recession-looming-is-now-the-time-to-sell-your-home/#7d3a21665bce
  7. CNN – https://www.cnn.com/2019/08/09/economy/mortgages-home-buyers/index.html
  8. Forbes – https://www.forbes.com/sites/carolinefeeney/2019/07/01/halfway-into-2019-how-is-the-housing-market-holding-up/#7e656e3ec5d8
  9. CoreLogic – https://www.corelogic.com/blog/2019/06/special-report-investor-home-buying.aspx
  10. Fox Business – https://www.foxbusiness.com/economy/investors-snapping-up-homes-at-record-levels

July Closed Home Sales Report for Greater Boston

August 29th, 2019 by Michael Mahoney

July Closed Home Sales Report for Greater Boston

The Massachusetts Association of Realtors released their closed sales report for July 2019.

 

“In July, the U.S. economic expansion that began in June 2009 became the Closed Sales
longest in the nation’s history, marking 121 straight months of gross domestic
product growth and surpassing the 120-month expansion from 1991 to 2001.
The average rate of growth during this expansion has been a milder 2.3 percent
per year compared to 3.6 percent during the 1990s. Although the economy
should continue to perform well for the rest of 2019, most economists see a mild
recession on the horizon.” – Massachusetts Association of Realtors July 2019

New Listings were down 7.0 percent for single-family homes and 1.0 percent for
condominium properties. Closed Sales decreased 2.3 percent for single-family
homes and 7.8 percent for condominium properties.

“We see the cooldown flattening or even reversing course in the coming months and expect the housing market to continue coming into balance. In the meantime, buyers are likely claiming some ground from what has been seller’s territory over the past few years. If mortgage rates stay low, wages continue to grow, and inventory picks up, we can expect the U.S. housing market to further stabilize throughout the remainder of the year.” Ralph McLaughlin, Deputy Chief Economist for CoreLogic

Greater Boston Real Estate Report from Massachusetts Association of Realtors

 

March 2019 Report on Greater Boston Residential Real Estate Activity

May 7th, 2019 by Michael Mahoney

March 2019 Report on Greater Boston Residential Real Estate Activity

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Boston Real Estate Market

The median sales price of single-family homes continued to increase last month to a new record-high for the month of March at $595,000. This reflects a 3.4 percent increase in median sales price from March 2018 of $575,500. The condo market experienced a very modest 0.2 percent increase in median sales price, increasing to $550,00 last month, up from $549,000 in March 2018.

 

“We’ve yet to see these record-high prices quell any buyer enthusiasm, and sellers should take advantage of
these higher price points and growing buyer population,” added Major. “With inventory levels as they are, we
should expect a robust spring market, as we’ve also seen an influx of pending sales which we can anticipate
will close in April and May.” James Major – Greater Boston Association of Realtors

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Detached Single-Family Homes Sold in Greater Boston

The 793 homes sold it was the sixth highest sales volume for the month and was a 6.9 percent increase from the 742 homes sold in March 2018.
The median sales price reached a record high for the month of March at $595,000, as is rose 3.4 percent from the March 2018 median sales price of $575,500.

Condominiums Sold in Greater Boston

With 691 condos sold, it was the tenth most active March on record in Greater Boston, and a 9.9 percent decrease in sales from the 767 units sold in March 2018. The median sales price of condos experienced a very modest increase, up 0.2 percent from $549,000 in March 2018 to $550,000 this year, a new record-high for the month.

Multi-Family Homes Sold in Greater Boston

This month, there were 150 multi-family units sold in Greater Boston,which reflects a 1.3 percent increase in sales volume from the 148 multifamily units sold in March 2018.

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Boston Real Estate Market January 21 2019

January 21st, 2019 by Michael Mahoney

This week the median list price for Boston, MA is $750,000 with the market action index hovering around 33. This is less than last month’s market action index of 37. Inventory has held steady at or around 89.

Market Action Index

The Market Action Index answers the question “How’s the Market?” by measuring the current rate of sale versus the amount of the inventory. Index above 30 implies Seller’s Market conditions. Below 30, conditions favor the buyer.

Slight Seller’s Advantage

The market has been cooling over time and prices plateaued for a while. Despite the consistent decrease in MAI, we’re in the Seller’s zone. Watch for changes in MAI. If the MAI resumes its climb, prices will likely follow suit. If the MAI drops consistently or falls into the Buyer’s zone, watch for downward pressure on prices.

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Boston eXp Realtor Michael Mahoney on Boston Real Estate Stats

January 16th, 2019 by Michael Mahoney

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September/October 2018 Market Pulse in Greater Boston

October 10th, 2018 by Michael Mahoney

September/October 2018 Market Pulse Boston: Should We Get the Crash Cart?

According to the National Association of Realtors, the pace of existing home sales is expected to decline slightly by the end of 2018.  I will not argue that overall the economy is great with population and economic growth up and that these should be great things for the real estate market, however we are seeing an impact on the market with mortgage rates rising above 5%. Although this is still low compared to when I purchased my 1st home in 2001, the increase is affecting buyers. Declining affordability is the issue.

The market has been cooling off a bit in recent weeks, as more homes are available and demand is less. We’re already seeing prices move lower as a result. Expect this trend to continue especially if the market moves closer to a buyer’s market.

Boots on The Ground: What Did You Hear on the Frontline?

I don’t like to working in vacuum, so I often solicit real time data from people in and around my business. The most obvious place for a Realtor® to get an understanding would be from a loan officer. I recently had a meeting with Adam Bibber, a loan officer with Loan Depot and asked him what he was seeing with buyers and loans.  Here is what he had to say:

“A lot of potential buyers seem to have become fed up with the super high sales prices this year, and losing out to cash buyers. A lot of them are sitting out – waiting for prices to go down – which creates a shift in the market as there is now less demand.”

The only thing I would add is that if you wait too long, then you will pay a higher interest rate. You can always buy a less expensive home, but chances are you will not be able to change the interest rate too much. To get the latest on rates and loans, please reach out to Adam Bibber at The Loan Depot

Why “Well If Thinking” Leads to the Slaughterhouse?

Is the Market Slowing or are People Just Being More Realistic?

I think that we see a typical run up in prices in the 2nd and 3rd quarter in any given year. Each year sellers eyewitness what their neighbors homes sell for and then randomly add some factor onto the value of their house and find a real estate agent who is dumb enough to listen to them.  This moved is based largely on their own personal perspective and what I like to call “well if thinking”.   “Well if thinking” is simply a stance that sellers take which essentially says well if the neighbor’s house is worth that, then mine is certainly worth more.

If you base your pricing on “well if thinking” and not true market value, then you will certainly become one of the 13 of 15 homes on the market who have to reduce their price by 4.6% just to get interested parties to look at it.

Properties seem to be taking a little longer than they had been taking to get under agreement.  In my opinion, it’s not crashing – it’s simply balancing out.

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A Real Snapshot: Market Pricing in Walpole Massachusetts

To put this into context, I recently was working on property in Walpole, Massachusetts which is a suburb just outside of Boston by about 15 miles.  The property I was working on was priced under 500k.   This property should have gone under agreement rather quickly based on where the market has been in the last year or so. It actually took about 30 days to get an offer on the property.

As of today, there are 15 properties on the market in Walpole with a list price under 500k. The average time these have been on the market is 57 days.  Of the 15 properties on the market, 13 properties have been reduced.

In a couple of instances, some of properties were reduced twice. The average price adjustment was about 4.6% or just around $20,000.

Walpole MA Homes Chart with Recent Price ReductionsThe Bottomline

Regardless of interest rates and  “buyer frustration” families are created everyday and people need to live somewhere. The right house in the right condition with the right price sells everyday. In the United States, 5.5 million homes sell on average per year.  Essentially, 15,068 homes sell per day in the United States.  If you are planning on making a move, it’s always best to get the advice of professional.

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Boston Home For Sale By Owner

September 14th, 2018 by Michael Mahoney

Boston Realtor Michael Mahoney on Why He enjoys Boston Homes Being Sold For Sale By Owner

I love the opportunity that the for sale by owner affords the buyer clients. I am often able to locate and broker deals that significantly allow the buyer to purchase under the market value. Many of the for sale by owners mis-price their homes or don’t market their homes properly. This allows for smart agents to find real deals in the Greater Boston area for our clients.

If you see a FSBO and you have an interest in it, please reach out. I would be happy to assist.

 

Turn off the Negative Self Talk Radio

August 21st, 2018 by Michael Mahoney

Turn off the Negative Self Talk Radio

Last night I had a great call with one of the agents I mentor here at eXp Realty. He and I spoke about what turned things for him recently. This person told me about listening to Earl Nightingale’s Strangest Secret. You can find that on Youtube. Earl was considered to be one of the forefathers of personal development.

I suggested a few more people for this person to check out which may help provide some motivation.

Remember “thoughts become things”.

In no particular order, here are some people you can check out on Youtube and get some inspiration from:
1. Les Brown
2. Jim Rohn
3. ET (Eric Thomas) The Hip Hop Preacher

I just wanted to share these with you, because at any given time in the real estate sales business the negative self talk can creep in. By finding and listening to people like the aforementioned you can build a stronger mindset which is going to help you get turn down the negative self-talk radio.

Hope to see you all on Thursday @ the class in Mansfield. If you click the Google calendar icon below, you can add it to your calendar.

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Open House Today at 439 North Main Street Sharon MA

June 3rd, 2018 by Michael Mahoney

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June 3rd, 2018 by Michael Mahoney

439 North Main Street Sharon MA Sample Financing by Thea Simolari of The Mortgage Network

439 North Main Street Sharon MA

Own a turnkey move in ready house in Sharon for under 375k. 439 N. Main Street offers convenience to shopping, highways, and the commuter rail in both Sharon and Canton. It’s close to both Canton Center and Sharon Center. You can walk to the Starbucks at Cobbs Corner from here. There are three beds and a renovated bath on the 1st floor. This home could accommodate first floor living if desired by a buyer. There is a finished room in the lower level making for the perfect gym, home office or playroom. The family room off of the back offers a wall of windows looking onto a tiered yard. There is also a shed to store garden equipment, bicycles and recreational items.

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439 North Main Street Sharon Massachusetts
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$369,000
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3 Bedrooms
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Interior: 1,611 sqft
Lot: 10,415 sqft
Year Built: 1950
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Sharon, MA 00267
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Homes with Pools in Norfolk County

March 24th, 2018 by Michael Mahoney

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What are Homes and Condos Selling for in Dedham MA

March 23rd, 2018 by Michael Mahoney

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Buyers Need to Be Ready for Tight Inventory This Spring

March 12th, 2018 by Michael Mahoney

Buyers Need to Be Ready for Tight Inventory This Spring

Michael Mahoney Boston Realtor on a Home Breaking Your HeartWith the Spring market coming, you need to make sure you have your ducks in order and be prepared to have your heart broken in the housing market as inventory is extremely low.

I would say that one the first things a buyer’s agent in Boston needs to do with a client is set expectations.  We need to offer clients a realistic outlook on today’s marketplace, and explain what it will mean for them.

With the inventory as slim as it is, a buyer’s agent needs to prepare clients for facing limited inventories.  In short, you may not get everything on your wish list.   There is high competition for many properties and you need to be ready to act fast and possibly face bidding wars for properties currently on the market.  Also with lower inventory comes rising prices.  You need to get your finances in order before you shop and understand that mortgage rates are expected to keep rising, which could add to your borrowing costs if you delay buying. As rates rise, your borrowing power is diminished.

From a recent Realtor® Magazine article on the current state of the market in the United States, Here is what Rob Mehta a Realtor in Minnesota had to say:

“Preparing buyers for the reality of a seller’s market is important,” Mehta says. “Some buyers may have to face the heartache of losing at least one house and having to go through that one loss before heading into the second offer more prepared and pickier about what contingencies they include in order to submit a cleaner offer to the seller.”

Be ready to act fast. Forty-three percent of the existing homes sold in January were on the market for less than a month, according to the NAR. Buyers who have a preapproval letter and who attach limited contingencies to their offer may have the best chances of getting their offers accepted. Preapproval—a step beyond getting “prequalified”—is an analysis from a lender of the buyer’s credit and assets that indicates how much financing the buyer has been approved for. A preapproval letter can be submitted with offers to add some assurance to sellers that there won’t be any hold-ups in financing. Also, a preapproval reminds buyers what they can afford to pay. In bidding wars, buyers can get caught up in the emotional process of the back-and-forth within negotiations, but there’s a lot of risk to that. “We need to share with our buyers that they could overpay and get caught up in the emotional aspects of the process,” Mehta says. “Our fiduciary responsibility is to provide the positives and negatives of a property and to advise clients accordingly in a transaction. We need to be upfront with our valuations and help them make smart decisions, and we watch the contracts carefully so that our buyers are protected.”

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Open House Today 64 Percival Street Dorchester MA

64 Percival Street Unit 1 | Two Bedroom | 1 Bath | Condominium | Set on Ronan Park

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Open Houses This Weekend at 64 Percival Street Unit #1 Dorchester 02122

October 20th, 2017 by Michael Mahoney

64 Percival Street for Sale by Michael Mahoney of Keller Williams

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2 Bedroom condo
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Address: 64 Percival St U:1, Boston, MA : Dorchester

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