Industry Experts Agree: Housing Supply Too LowLos expertos en la industria están de acuerdo: El suministro de la vivienda está demasiado escaso

Industry Experts Agree: Housing Supply Too Low | Simplifying The Market

Last week, we reported on the lack of housing supply and how that was impacting the real estate market. Today, we want to let you know what other industry experts are saying.

Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President:

“It’s kind of a seesaw right now between supply and demand. One of the reasons for fewer sales is not so much a lack of demand but a lack of supply, especially in the price range the majority of buyers were looking for.”

Diana Olick, CNBC’s Realty Check:

“Total sales are still running below expectations for the year. Don’t blame winter weather, though. Blame the lack of supply.”

Bill McBride, Founder of Calculated Risk:

“Inventory is still very low (down 0.5% year-over-year in February). This will be important to watch over the next month at the start of the spring buying season.”

Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist at the National Association of Realtors:

“Insufficient supply appears to be hampering prospective buyers in several areas of the country and is hiking prices to near unsuitable levels. Stronger price growth is a boon for homeowners looking to build additional equity.”

Realtor.com

“The National Housing Trend Report shows that inventory has decreased 10.9 percent year over year.”

And some experts are actually calling it a “seller’s market”

Forbes.com

“Tight inventory is a main reason the ball is still in the sellers’ court.”

Bill Banfield, VP of Quicken Loans:

“We’re a bit low on the supply-side which could force prices up for buyers, further hammering home that we’re in a seller’s market.”

Bottom Line

If you are debating putting your home on the market this year, now may be the time. The number of buyers ready and willing to make a purchase is at the highest level in years. Contact a local professional in your area to get the process started.

Industry Experts Agree: Housing Supply Too Low | Keeping Current Matters

La semana pasada informamos sobre la falta del suministro en la vivienda y como estaba afectando el mercado de bienes raíces. Hoy, nosotros queremos dejarle saber lo que otros expertos en la industria están diciendo:

Daren Blomquist, Vice Presidente de RealtyTrac:

“es como un sube y baja ahora entre el suministro y la demanda. Una de las razones para menos ventas no es tanto la falta de demanda pero la falta de suministro, especialmente en los rangos de precios en que la mayoría de los compradores están buscando”.

Diana Olick, Realty Check de CNBC:

“El total de las ventas aun corre por debajo de las expectativas para el año. Aunque, no culpe al clima invernal, culpe la falta de suministro”.

Bill McBride, Fundador de Calculated Risk:

El inventario sigue muy bajo (bajo 0.5 % año tras año en febrero). Va a ser importante vigilar esto el próximo mes al comienzo de la temporada de las compras de la primavera.”

Lawrence Yun, Economista Principal de La Asociación Nacional de Realtors:

“La insuficiencia de suministro parece estar perjudicando a los compradores potenciales en varias zonas del país y está aumentando constantemente los precios cerca de niveles inadecuados. El fuerte aumento en los precios es una ayuda para los propietarios de casa que buscan construir valor liquido adicional”.

Realtor.com

“El informe Nacional de la tendencia en la vivienda mostro que el inventario ha disminuido 10.9 por ciento de un año a otro”.

Y algunos expertos en realidad lo llaman un “mercado de los vendedores”.

Forbes.com

“Un inventario apretado es la razón principal por la que la pelota este todavía en el lado de los vendedores”.

Bill Banfield, VP de Quicken Loans:

“Estamos un poco cortos en el lado del suministro lo que podría obligar que los precios suban para los compradores, haciendo hincapié que estamos en un mercado de los vendedores”.

En conclusión

Si usted está considerando el poner su casa en el mercado este año, ahora tal vez sea el momento. La cantidad de compradores que están listos y dispuestos para hacer una compra está en el nivel más alto en años. Comuníquese con su profesional local en su área e inicie el proceso.

Industry Experts Agree: Housing Supply Too LowLos expertos en la industria están de acuerdo: El suministro de la vivienda está demasiado escaso

Last week, we reported on the lack of housing supply and how that was impacting the real estate market. Today, we want to let you know what other industry experts are saying. Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President: “It’s kind of a seesaw right now between supply and demand. One of the reasons for fewer sales ...

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Industry Experts Agree: Housing Supply Too LowLos expertos en la industria están de acuerdo: El suministro de la vivienda está demasiado escaso

Industry Experts Agree: Housing Supply Too Low | Simplifying The Market

Last week, we reported on the lack of housing supply and how that was impacting the real estate market. Today, we want to let you know what other industry experts are saying.

Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President:

“It’s kind of a seesaw right now between supply and demand. One of the reasons for fewer sales is not so much a lack of demand but a lack of supply, especially in the price range the majority of buyers were looking for.”

Diana Olick, CNBC’s Realty Check:

“Total sales are still running below expectations for the year. Don't blame winter weather, though. Blame the lack of supply.”

Bill McBride, Founder of Calculated Risk:

“Inventory is still very low (down 0.5% year-over-year in February). This will be important to watch over the next month at the start of the spring buying season.”

Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist at the National Association of Realtors:

“Insufficient supply appears to be hampering prospective buyers in several areas of the country and is hiking prices to near unsuitable levels. Stronger price growth is a boon for homeowners looking to build additional equity.”

Realtor.com

“The National Housing Trend Report shows that inventory has decreased 10.9 percent year over year.”

And some experts are actually calling it a “seller’s market”

Forbes.com

“Tight inventory is a main reason the ball is still in the sellers' court.”

Bill Banfield, VP of Quicken Loans:

“We’re a bit low on the supply-side which could force prices up for buyers, further hammering home that we’re in a seller’s market.”

Bottom Line

If you are debating putting your home on the market this year, now may be the time. The number of buyers ready and willing to make a purchase is at the highest level in years. Contact a local professional in your area to get the process started.

Industry Experts Agree: Housing Supply Too Low | Keeping Current Matters

La semana pasada informamos sobre la falta del suministro en la vivienda y como estaba afectando el mercado de bienes raíces. Hoy, nosotros queremos dejarle saber lo que otros expertos en la industria están diciendo:

Daren Blomquist, Vice Presidente de RealtyTrac:

“es como un sube y baja ahora entre el suministro y la demanda. Una de las razones para menos ventas no es tanto la falta de demanda pero la falta de suministro, especialmente en los rangos de precios en que la mayoría de los compradores están buscando”.

Diana Olick, Realty Check de CNBC:

“El total de las ventas aun corre por debajo de las expectativas para el año. Aunque, no culpe al clima invernal, culpe la falta de suministro”.

Bill McBride, Fundador de Calculated Risk:

El inventario sigue muy bajo (bajo 0.5 % año tras año en febrero). Va a ser importante vigilar esto el próximo mes al comienzo de la temporada de las compras de la primavera.”

Lawrence Yun, Economista Principal de La Asociación Nacional de Realtors:

“La insuficiencia de suministro parece estar perjudicando a los compradores potenciales en varias zonas del país y está aumentando constantemente los precios cerca de niveles inadecuados. El fuerte aumento en los precios es una ayuda para los propietarios de casa que buscan construir valor liquido adicional”.

Realtor.com

“El informe Nacional de la tendencia en la vivienda mostro que el inventario ha disminuido 10.9 por ciento de un año a otro”.

Y algunos expertos en realidad lo llaman un “mercado de los vendedores”.

Forbes.com

“Un inventario apretado es la razón principal por la que la pelota este todavía en el lado de los vendedores”.

Bill Banfield, VP de Quicken Loans:

“Estamos un poco cortos en el lado del suministro lo que podría obligar que los precios suban para los compradores, haciendo hincapié que estamos en un mercado de los vendedores”.

En conclusión

Si usted está considerando el poner su casa en el mercado este año, ahora tal vez sea el momento. La cantidad de compradores que están listos y dispuestos para hacer una compra está en el nivel más alto en años. Comuníquese con su profesional local en su área e inicie el proceso.

Industry Experts Agree: Housing Supply Too LowLos expertos en la industria están de acuerdo: El suministro de la vivienda está demasiado escaso

Last week, we reported on the lack of housing supply and how that was impacting the real estate market. Today, we want to let you know what other industry experts are saying. Daren Blomquist, RealtyTrac Vice President: “It’s kind of a seesaw right now between supply and demand. One of the reasons for fewer sales ...

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