Do Not Be Afraid to Re-Evaluate Your Home Equity!
Due to the crash in the Georgia real estate market, many homeowners have been afraid to evaluate the equity in their home. While most homeowners check on their other investments regularly, such as stocks and retirement accounts; most do not regularly assess their biggest asset…their home.
Just as other investments, it is important to regularly check the equity in your home. Starting in 2012 the Georgia housing market rebounded significantly. Home prices have risen faster than anyone predicted. In fact, in 2013 more than 3 million homeowners regained the equity in their home. Due to the real estate market taking a U-turn, now is the time to re-evaluate the equity in your home. No matter what your home equity has been in recent years; chances are it has drastically changed in your favor.
There are many factors in the real estate market that have changed to the homeowners benefit:
Fewer Distressed Properties in the Market
More People Looking to Buy Homes
Not Enough Homes to Meet Demand
Ultimately, these factors have driven up the home prices in Georgia. As home prices continue to increase, more and more homeowners are regaining equity in their homes. However, many homeowners are unaware of just how much things have improved. Georgia homeowners are still shell-shocked after years of struggle in the housing market. This is why it is critical that homeowners reconnect with their local real estate expert to re-evaluate the equity in their home.
See What Your Home is Worth Today! Free Home Evaluation
As a REALTOR®, Senior Real Estate Specialist, and Certified Distress Property Expert, I make it my business to have the most up-to-date information for my homeowners. I can help you re-evaluate your home with a Free Home Evaluation and explore all your options.
Call today…Matthew Sipera at 678-828-4408 for a Free Phone Consultation and let me help you determine our best option!
The information provided on this website should not be constituted as legal advice. The content is intended to provide general information about the short sale and foreclosure processes, and should not be acted upon without the counsel of a qualified Realtor®, attorney, and tax expert.
Matthew Sipera a REALTOR® at RE/MAX Traditions does not negotiate the terms of your loan when selling your home as a short sale or provide loan modification services and/or assistance. The following MARS disclosure is for information purposes only. You may stop doing business with us at any time. You may accept or reject the offer of mortgage assistance you obtain from your lender (or servicer). If you reject the offer, you do not have to pay us. Matthew Sipera at RE/MAX Traditions is not associated with the government, and our services are not approved by the government or your lender; and even if you accept this offer and use our services, your lender may not agree to change your loan. If you stop paying your mortgage, you could lose your and damage your credit rating.
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