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Housing Market Predictions & Trends

Explore our comprehensive directory of housing market predictions from expert investor, Kathy Fettke, and her team!

Kathy Fettke's Q3 2023 Housing Market Update

Kathy Fettke’s Q3 2023 Housing Market Update

Webinar Description Last year’s headlines warned of a major housing crash coming this year. Not only has that not happened, but home prices are back up at their all time highs, in spite of soaring interest rates. What’s happening? Kathy Fettke, RealWealth Co-Founder, has become a little obsessed with answering that question by studying housing

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When will interest rates go down article

When Will Interest Rates Go Down & What It Means for Investors

In the world of finance, the year 2023 feels like a roller coaster ride, with interest rates soaring to breathtaking heights, reminiscent of the late 2000s, before the global financial crisis. The Federal Reserve’s seemingly unrelenting tightening measures have been led by a series of federal funds rate hikes — 11 increases within 12 meetings, to be precise — propelling the target range to a staggering 5.25-5.5 percent.

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Georgia housing market predictions

Georgia Housing Market Predictions for 2023 & 2024

Whether you’re an avid home-buyer or a seasoned investor, navigating through the constantly changing tide of the Georgia real estate market can be a challenging task. Our aim is to provide key insights and Georgia housing market predictions that help simplify this process and equip you with crucial information for your next big move.

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North Carolina Housing Market Predictions for 2023 & 2024

North Carolina Housing Market Predictions for 2023 & 2024

In this article, we will delve into some crucial North Carolina housing market predictions for 2023 and 2024, touching on some of these trends: A deceleration in home sales due to rising mortgage rates, leading to sellers being more receptive to concessions Persistently low inventory levels and soaring demand, ensuring North Carolina remains one of

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