Where are Home Values (and Prices) Headed?

home victorianShould you buy a home now or wait? Should you sell or stay put?

In order to make the best decision, let’s look at where real estate values are headed. They say celebrity opinions make headlines, but let’s skip the sensationalism and see what a panel of 100 economists, investment & marketing strategists, and real estate experts had to say.

SURVEY RESULTS: Where Are Home Prices Headed?

The average annual appreciation will be 3.6% over the next five years. This means the cumulative appreciation will be 19.4% by 2019.

Now consider this: a home valued at $100,000 today will be worth $119,400 by 2019. You can buy a $100,000 home with a down payment of $3,000 to $3,500 (conventional or FHA loan).

So in approximately four years, you turn $3,000 into $19,400 real estate value.

For a $200,000 home, double that.

For a $500,000 home, multiply that by five.

Do I need to explain why I am a fan of buying your own home? Not to mention, the price of rent keeps going up. And, renters don’t qualify for the mortgage tax deduction.

Even the experts making the most bearish experts predicted a cumulative appreciation of 11.8% by 2019.

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Source: KeepingCurrentMatters

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2 thoughts on “Where are Home Values (and Prices) Headed?

  1. Hi Carolyn,

    I read your Mortgage Ripoffs and Money Savers book several years ago and am happy to say I am ready to purchase a home. I was wondering if you would tell me a little about your mortgage loan services? I am looking for a 15 year fixed loan on a single family home in Marin County, 30% downpayment. I have excellent credit/income/savings, no debt.

    Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Tiffany Townsend

    1. Thank you for asking Tiffany. I am licensed in CA and WA states. I will send you an email with more information, including my personal email and phone number.
      Carolyn Warren

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