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This Year, The Holidays Are A Great Time To Sell Your Home

Posted by Mark L. Corner on December 18, 2020 in  Selling
Historically, there are fewer homes for sale and fewer buyers looking during the holidays as most people don't want to be moving during the holidays.  This year is so different having historic low home mortgage rates fueling a huge buyer demand coupled with fewer sellers listing their homes for sale - this holiday season is a great time to list your home for sale.  Here is our current inventory of homes and condo/townhomes for sale:Bozeman is a town of 50,000 people and there are only 21 homes for sale.&n... read more

Home Equity Gains In 2020 Offset The Rise In Home Prices

Posted by Mark L. Corner on December 17, 2020 in  Home Equity
In a year that was financially devastating for many Americans, some good news for most homeowners is the dramatic gain in home equity over the last twelve months. Last week, CoreLogic released its 2020 3rd Quarter Homeowner Equity Insights report, which reveals four major findings: U.S. homeowners with mortgages have seen their equity increase by a total of $1 trillion since the third quarter of 2019. The average homeowner gained approximately $17,000 in equity over the past year. This is a 10.... read more

Home Is All We Have

Posted by Mark L. Corner on December 11, 2020 in  uncategorized

Don't Let Buyer Competition Keep You From Buying a Home

Posted by Mark L. Corner on December 10, 2020 in  Home Ownership
This year’s record-low mortgage rates sparked high demand among homebuyers. Current homeowners, however, haven’t put their houses on the market so quickly. This makes finding a home to buy today challenging for many potential buyers. With an obstacle like this, those searching for their dream homes may be pressing pause on their searches as we approach the end of the year, but that could be a big mistake for many hopeful house hunters. Here’s why.  According to the most recent Housing Tr... read more

How To Care For Your Indoor Plants This Winter

Posted by Mark L. Corner on December 04, 2020 in  Home Care
Fall and Winter months typically mean chilly weather, cozy blankets and hot cocoa – but while most of us are well equipped to handle the change – the combination of cold air, lower temperatures and shorter days can make it difficult for plants to thrive. Are you curious about how to help your indoor plants stay alive this fall and winter? Well you’re in the right place. 1. KEEP YOUR PLANTS WARM – BUT NOT TOO WARM Many plant are extremely sensitive to cold air. The #1 step to helping your ind... read more