Category Archives for "Naperville IL Homes for sale"

What Would Make You Sell Your House?

There are many reasons why a homeowner decides to sell their house and move. The latest Generational Trends Report from the National Association of Realtors asked recent home sellers to share their reason for moving. The younger the respondents, the more likely their top response centered around needing a larger home (ages 29 to 53). Relocating […]

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How Quickly Can You Save Your Down Payment?

Saving for a down payment is often the biggest hurdle for a first-time homebuyer. Depending on where you live, median income, median rents, and home prices all vary. So, we set out to find out how long it would take to save for a down payment in each state. Using data from HUD, Census and Apartment […]

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Existing Home Sales Slow to Start Spring [INFOGRAPHIC]

Some Highlights:Existing Home Sales slowed to an annual pace of 5.21 million home sales in March.Low inventory levels are still impacting home sales! The current month’s supply of homes for sale is 3.9-months.Median home prices were up 3.8% over last March at $259,400. This marked the 85th consecutive month with year-over-year price gains.Call Teresa Ryan […]

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New Study Reveals One Surprising Reason for the Inventory Shortage

There has been a great amount written on millennials and their impact on the housing market. However, the headlines often contradict each other. Some claim this generation is becoming the largest share of first-time home buyers, while others claim millennials don’t want to own a home, blaming them for the dip in homeownership rate. While it […]

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Thinking About Selling Your Home in Naperville or the Western Suburbs?

Thinking about selling your home? Do it the RIGHT way. Call Teresa Ryan at 630-276-7575 today for a complimentary, no-obligation presentation to learn how the Ryan Hill Group (Century 21 Affiliated) will get your home sold. With thousands of buyers in our database looking for a home like yours, your home may already be SOLD! […]

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Is Your House Priced To Sell Immediately (PTSI)?

In today’s real estate market, with more houses coming to market every day and eager buyers searching for their dream home, setting the right price for your house is one of the most important things you can do. According to CoreLogic’s latest Home Price Index, home values have risen at over 6% a year over the […]

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Want To Increase Your Family’s Wealth? Here’s How!

Everyone should realize that unless you are living somewhere rent-free, you are paying a mortgage – either yours or your landlord’s. Buying your own home provides you with a form of ‘forced savings’ that allows you to use your monthly housing costs to increase your family’s wealth. Every month that you pay your mortgage, you are paying off a portion […]

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Don’t Let Your Luck Run Out! Buy A Home This Spring [INFOGRAPHIC]

  Some Highlights:Interest Rates for a 30-year fixed rate mortgage have dropped to 4.41% from near 5% in 2018.Take advantage of more inventory coming to market in the spring to find your dream home!Buying now will allow you to start earning equity today!Call Teresa Ryan at 630-276-7575 today, for your home buying and selling needs in […]

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How to Have a Unique Open House

According to the National Association of Realtors, total inventory has been growing for six months straight, as has the number of buyers looking to find their dream home. In a market where inventory is increasing, you want to stand out in the crowd! This quote from Grandscope puts it well:“You can differentiate from competition by WOWing […]

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The Housing Market Will “Spring Forward” This Year!

Just like our clocks this weekend, in the majority of the country, the housing market will soon “spring forward!” Similar to tension in a spring, the lack of inventory available for sale has been holding back the market. Many potential sellers believe that waiting until Spring is in their best interest. Traditionally, they would have been right. Buyer demand […]

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