Bright and open with dazzling mtn views. Upgraded cabinets, lighting, stone work, granite, tile, energy system. Woodburning fireplace plus propane stove heater. 2 bdrms+loft upstairs, 1 bdrm, laundry room, downstairs. Innovative utilitization of space. Relaxing sun decK...awesome alfresco dining! Storage room. Few minutes from LV Ski & Snowboard Resort!.
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An economist responded when asked how interest rates would change: “They may fall some and then, rise and after that, they’ll fluctuate.”
Just because interest rates have been low for ten years doesn’t mean they are supposed to be low. The Federal Reserve has raised interest rates twice this year and are expected to go up twice more plus three times next year. Mortgage rates have risen from 3.95% to 4.62% since the first of January.
Increased rates directly affect the payments on homes but so does the price. With inventory levels remaining low, the prices will continue to go up. When interest rates and prices rise at the same time, it costs buyers a lot more.If the mortgage rates go up by one percent and prices increase by five percent in the next year, the payment on a $250,000 home could go up by $200 a month. In a seven-year period, the buyer would pay $18,000 more for the home.People planning to buy a home, need to investigate the possibilities of accelerating their timetable to take advantage of lower rates and prices. Use the Cost of Waiting to Buy calculator to see how much more it could cost you to wait.
We are proud to welcome my husband, Steven Corr to Mt. Charleston Realty, Inc. as a Nevada licensed real estate agent. Steven is a wonderful addition to our real estate family team, providing quality services to buyers and sellers.
Steven graduated from UNLV in 2013, obtaining a bachelors degree in Civil Engineering. He spent 4 years in the Civil Engineering profession specializing in infrastructure design including: water line design, sewer line design, storm drain/water runoff design, site grading and many other aspects that are related to the real estate and land development industry. He and his wife, Katie, moved to the mountain in 2014 where they began to grow their family. They now have two daughters, Peyton and Rylee, whom they share their passion of mountain living with. Steven’s technical knowledge and unique skill set will be a valuable resource to our team and our clients.