Patrick McCarthy Real Estate Blog – Home Selling Category

Patrick McCarthy Real Estate Blog – Home Selling Category: Blog posts from the Patrick McCarthy Real Estate Blog that were categorized as Home Selling.

14 01, 2022

How Much is Your Current Home Really Worth in Today’s Real Estate Market?

By |2022-01-14T16:03:38-05:00January 14th, 2022|Advice, Home Buying, Home Selling, Real Estate|

If you’re considering putting your home on the market in 2022 – or even if you are just a bit curious about its value, given the intense seller’s market of the past 18 months or so – then you may have visited various websites like Zillow and/or to do a bit of research.

12 11, 2021

Should You Include a Homeowner’s Warranty When Selling Your House?

By |2021-11-12T17:47:56-05:00November 12th, 2021|Advice, Home Selling, Real Estate|

In the hot seller’s market over the past year or so, many of those who have real estate to offer have reaped a long list of benefits – including cashing in on above asking sale prices. With that in mind, does it make sense for sellers to offer added incentives (and costs) like a homeowner’s warranty when putting their house on the market?

6 08, 2021

How the Delta Variant is Impacting the Hot U.S. Real Estate Market

By |2021-08-06T13:51:41-04:00August 6th, 2021|Advice, Home Buying, Home Selling, Real Estate|

When the Coronavirus initially hit the United States back in early 2020, it had a negative impact on the stock market, and created a great deal of chaos for businesses and home sellers. But in the real estate market, things soon took an unexpected turn when home prices in many areas of the country skyrocketed. That, coupled with low mortgage rates, quickly led to a hot seller’s market – even resulting in multiple above-list-price offers on both condos and single family homes.

15 02, 2021

Is a 15-Year or 30-Year Mortgage Best?

By |2021-02-19T13:28:49-05:00February 15th, 2021|Advice, Financing, Home Buying, Home Selling, Real Estate|

With mortgage rates still at historical lows, financing – or even refinancing – a home can be enticing. When it comes to borrowing money for a home, many people automatically default to a 30-year mortgage – primarily because the payments are stretched out for a longer period of time, which can equate to a lower dollar amount that is due each month.