There's still time to make horrific real estate decisions in 2021.
Even worse and very much like hottie models who will always be unattainable . . . Agents are out there waiting for greedy people to cash in on their homes without realizing they won't have enough money to buy a new pad.
Money line . . .
"In June, properties remained on the market for an average of just 17 days — 24 less days than the year prior — and the median price for an existing home was up 23% over June 2020, according to a report from the National Association of Realtors. Out of all homes on the market, 90% have generally been selling within one month."
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by: Stacker Posted: / Updated: A record rise in home prices across the country was brought about by record-low interest rates on home loans, soaring demand from buyers, and a housing shortage exacerbated by hesitancy among developers.