Does It Make Sense To Buy A Home Now?

 

Does it make sense to buy a home now?

Homebuyers ask themselves this question all of the time. Real estate agents have to have a good answer for it. You can take your best guess at the answer, but wouldn't it help if you could visualize the results of whatever decision you make?

Of course it would! With the help of handy software, homebuyers and real estate agents can see the scenarios that might happen if the homebuyer decides to wait. 

Let's look at this software and how it illustrates what impact waiting may have on the purchase of a home. 

 

As you can see, there are only three possible scenarios: prices go down and rates go down, prices go down and rates go up, and the killer: prices go up and rates go up!

The numbers may change, but homebuyers and agents must know that waiting for prices to come down may be offset by rates going up, or vice-versa, or the worst scenario: rates up and prices up!

Do you need help with or a question about a mortgage? Call or text me at (650) 222-0386, or e-mail me.

 

Read and/or write a review

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

      

 

 Guarantee Mortgage is a division of American Pacific Mortgage Corp. Licensed by the Department of Business Oversight under the California Residential Mortgage Lending Act, and the California Bureau of Real Estate. American Pacific Mortgage Corporation NMLS #1850, CAL-BRE #01215943. Single Family, Multi-Family and Commercial Loans. Equal Housing Opportunity. Equal Housing Lender.

NMLS Consumer Access Link

Phil Caulfield
851 Burlway
Burlingame, CA 94010

(650) 222-0386

View Phil Caulfield's profile on LinkedIn

Comment balloon 0 commentsPhil Caulfield • January 29 2013 10:36AM
Does It Make Sense To Buy A Home Now?
share
Does it make sense to buy a home now? Homebuyers ask themselves this question all of the time. Real estate agents have to have a good answer for it. You can take your best guess at the answer, but wouldn't it help if you could… more
5 Great Reasons to Consider An FHA Mortgage in the SF Bay Area
share
The FHA mortgage is an under-utlized financing tool here in the San Francisco Bay Area. Larry Bettag has written a very informative article about the main benefits of the FHA mortgage. The maximum loan amount here in most parts of the SF Bay Area is… more