What’s happening in our market, and what does it mean for you?
Author: David Brough
The differences and similarities between Fort Wayne and Indianapolis.
It was great to see everyone that came to our client appreciation event. Thank you so much for attending our client appreciation event on June 11th. It was great to see everyone there, and we had a lot of fun. Events like that are just one of the ways we try to give back to … Continued
Everything you need to know when buying a Fort Wayne home this summer. Are you looking to buy a home in Fort Wayne this summer? If so, there’s a lot you need to know as a buyer. Not only do you have to understand the market as a whole, but you also have to know … Continued
Here’s how the latest price per square foot numbers break down. What’s happening in our real estate market? Today I want to go over the latest pricing numbers and find out. If you check out the video at 0:15, you can see a chart showing the price per square foot in Fort Wayne. Right now, … Continued
This market situation is different from what we saw in 2007. When looking at home prices from just a few years ago compared to today, it’s clear that there has been a ton of growth. This has led many people to be concerned that we’re in a housing bubble and when it might burst. People … Continued
Some people are concerned that interest rates are accelerating too quickly and will get out of control, but that won’t happen. If you look at the graph in the video above, the blue area shows where interest rates have been from January 2018 until the present day. They’ve been as low as 2.5% and as … Continued
Here’s how buyers and sellers can navigate our crazy market.
Fort Wayne is ranked among the top 10 emerging housing markets in the U.S.
Don’t let news about inflation hold you back from homeownership. Looking to buy a home? Search All HomesLooking to sell your home? Find out your home’s value As you’ve seen, the price of everything is going up right now, including home prices. One way to hedge against inflation is homeownership because much of your housing … Continued