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[:en]If you are one of the many homeowners out there who are debating putting their home on the market in 2015, don’t miss out on the opportunity that currently exists. There will be significantly less competition in the winter months than in the spring.

According to the National Housing Survey released by Fannie Mae, 45% of homeowners “say mortgage rates will go up in the next 12 months.”

What Does This Mean?

Homeowners are unaware that interest rates are projected to go up by all four major reporting institutions – This is big news for move-up buyers reflecting the overall amount of housing inventory that will be on the market.

If existing homeowners believe that mortgage interest rates are not going to increase, then they won’t be inclined to make a move by putting their home up for sale, meaning less competition for sellers who list now.

Don’t Wait!

The study also revealed that:

“Those who say it is a good time to buy a house rose to 68%” & “the share of respondents who think it would be difficult to get a home mortgage today decreased by 3 percentage points.”

As Doug Duncan, senior vice president and chief economist at Fannie Mae explains:

“We expect consumer attitudes toward housing to improve as the pickup in the overall economy lifts employment and income prospects.“

Bottom Line

There are buyers out there who are ready to make a move. If your goal this year is to move up to your dream home, what are you waiting for?[:es]#1 Reason to Sell Now | Keeping Current Matters

Si usted es uno de los tantos propietarios de casa que están debatiendo el poner su casa en el mercado en 2015, no se pierda la oportunidad que existe actualmente. Habla significativamente menos competencia en los meses del invierno que en la primavera.

Según la encuesta Nacional de la Vivienda publicada por Fannie Mae, 45 % de los propietarios de casa “dicen que las tasas de las hipotecas van a subir en los próximos 12 meses”.

¿Qué significa esto?

Los propietarios de casa están conscientes que las tasas de interés van a subir según se proyectó por todas las cuatro instituciones mayores que informan – esta es una gran noticia para los compradores que quieren algo más grande reflejando la cantidad total del inventario de las viviendas que van a estar en el mercado.

Si los propietarios de casa actuales creen que las tasas de interés hipotecarias no van a aumentar, entonces ellos no estarían dispuestos a poner su casa para la venta, lo que significa menos competencia para los vendedores que ponen su casa a la venta ahora.

¡No espere!

Es estudio también reveló que:

“Aquellos que dicen que es un buen momento para comprar una casa subió a 68 %” & “el porcentaje de encuestados que piensan que puede ser difícil el obtener una hipoteca hoy disminuyo en 3 puntos porcentuales”.

Como Doug Duncan, Vice Presidente Superior y Economista Principal de Fannie Mae explico:

“Esperamos que las actitudes del consumidor hacia la vivienda mejoren a medida que la recuperación de la economía en general eleve las perspectivas de empleo e ingresos”.

En conclusión

Hay compradores que están listos para mudarse. Si su meta este año es de mudarse a la casa de sus sueños, ¿Qué está esperando?[:]

[:en]#1 Reason to Sell Now[:es]Razón #1 para vender ahora[:]



[:en]If you are one of the many homeowners out there who are debating putting their home on the market in 2015, don’t miss out on the opportunity that currently exists. There will be significantly less competition in the winter months than in the spring. According to the National Housing Survey released by Fannie Mae, 45% ...

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[:en]#1 Reason to Sell Now[:es]Razón #1 para vender ahora[:]



[:en]If you are one of the many homeowners out there who are debating putting their home on the market in 2015, don’t miss out on the opportunity that currently exists. There will be significantly less competition in the winter months than in the spring.

According to the National Housing Survey released by Fannie Mae, 45% of homeowners “say mortgage rates will go up in the next 12 months.”

What Does This Mean?

Homeowners are unaware that interest rates are projected to go up by all four major reporting institutions – This is big news for move-up buyers reflecting the overall amount of housing inventory that will be on the market.

If existing homeowners believe that mortgage interest rates are not going to increase, then they won’t be inclined to make a move by putting their home up for sale, meaning less competition for sellers who list now.

Don’t Wait!

The study also revealed that:

“Those who say it is a good time to buy a house rose to 68%” & “the share of respondents who think it would be difficult to get a home mortgage today decreased by 3 percentage points.”

As Doug Duncan, senior vice president and chief economist at Fannie Mae explains:

“We expect consumer attitudes toward housing to improve as the pickup in the overall economy lifts employment and income prospects.“

Bottom Line

There are buyers out there who are ready to make a move. If your goal this year is to move up to your dream home, what are you waiting for?[:es]#1 Reason to Sell Now | Keeping Current Matters

Si usted es uno de los tantos propietarios de casa que están debatiendo el poner su casa en el mercado en 2015, no se pierda la oportunidad que existe actualmente. Habla significativamente menos competencia en los meses del invierno que en la primavera.

Según la encuesta Nacional de la Vivienda publicada por Fannie Mae, 45 % de los propietarios de casa “dicen que las tasas de las hipotecas van a subir en los próximos 12 meses”.

¿Qué significa esto?

Los propietarios de casa están conscientes que las tasas de interés van a subir según se proyectó por todas las cuatro instituciones mayores que informan – esta es una gran noticia para los compradores que quieren algo más grande reflejando la cantidad total del inventario de las viviendas que van a estar en el mercado.

Si los propietarios de casa actuales creen que las tasas de interés hipotecarias no van a aumentar, entonces ellos no estarían dispuestos a poner su casa para la venta, lo que significa menos competencia para los vendedores que ponen su casa a la venta ahora.

¡No espere!

Es estudio también reveló que:

“Aquellos que dicen que es un buen momento para comprar una casa subió a 68 %” & “el porcentaje de encuestados que piensan que puede ser difícil el obtener una hipoteca hoy disminuyo en 3 puntos porcentuales”.

Como Doug Duncan, Vice Presidente Superior y Economista Principal de Fannie Mae explico:

“Esperamos que las actitudes del consumidor hacia la vivienda mejoren a medida que la recuperación de la economía en general eleve las perspectivas de empleo e ingresos”.

En conclusión

Hay compradores que están listos para mudarse. Si su meta este año es de mudarse a la casa de sus sueños, ¿Qué está esperando?[:]

[:en]#1 Reason to Sell Now[:es]Razón #1 para vender ahora[:]



[:en]If you are one of the many homeowners out there who are debating putting their home on the market in 2015, don’t miss out on the opportunity that currently exists. There will be significantly less competition in the winter months than in the spring. According to the National Housing Survey released by Fannie Mae, 45% ...

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