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Sunday, June 5, 2011

Now is the best time to buy Real Estate

"The Mortgage Bankers Association recently hiked it's perdition, and now believe 30-year fixed-rate mortgages will reach 5.5 percent by the end of 2011 and more than 6 percent in 2012."                         -Bankrate.com's 2011 Interest Forecast

If your planing on buying a house soon, now is the time!


Is anybody here going to be looking to rent or buy a home within the next two years?

71 comments:

  1. I wish, first I should get a job xD

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  2. well i actually do but its in france o-O and anyway i wouldnt be able to do it on my own >-<

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  3. Yup if you have the cash you could make an absolute fortune buying houses and holding them for a few years.

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  4. yes, I'm looking for some reasonable loft,but in poland find this is quite difficult

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  5. I'm looking to rent a home here in Holland.

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  6. Before buying a house I've got to finish my studies. Furthermore, real estate prices in Paris are so high...

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  7. I've been shopping around, but debating on moving out of Florida, so not willing to commit.

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  8. I'm in college, I have no money for a house! :P

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  9. Hmmm i'll look into some stuff for now but I still got time on my apartment

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  10. Sounds good, since my family's moving next year.

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  11. i dont need a house. way too much to clean xD

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  12. i agree... interest rates are lower than ever!

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  13. damn thats good, i need to get hold of some money first though :P .. great blog dude keep it up , followed !

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  14. i'm looking to acquire my first permanent residence quite soon actually

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  15. I think I will probably just end up traveling too much to bother having a permanent home.

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  16. I've been looking into buying. Following for more info.

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  17. I will leave my parents house next year so I will be looking for a house to rent.

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  18. I would love to but probably not going to happen.

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  19. First I need the money to buy a house. Haha.

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  20. Now is definitely the time to buy.

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  21. Assuming I can get a job that pays well enough, I'll be looking in the next 12-24 months

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  22. theyve been saying that tor years

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  23. Is this for specific countries? Because it's never the right time to buy real estate in my country.

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  24. im thinking of selling my current and buying a smaller one

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  25. Not looking to buy a house soon but def subbing to read more about this so I know what to do when I am

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  26. Maybe I should start considering it :O

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  27. Great blog. You are right, now is the time to buy. It won't get better than this.

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  28. Ahh, I've got the money, I'm just a bit anxious at the moment, this may help hurry me along though, thanks!

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  29. If I could, I would definitely try to pick up a piece of property.

    Thanks for your advice!

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  31. I'm too young to afford a house lol

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  32. I cant' miss an opportunity like this

    Also plan on selling a home pretty soon

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  33. Makes sense, economy probably can't get much worse

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  34. I wish this helped me with my apartment! Thanks for the info though, I will definitely pass it on to people who can use it!

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  35. No I'm not, but this information was really useful!
    Thanks! :D

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  36. Sounds good, all i need now, is money to buy one!

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  37. Yeah, first finishing the studies. After that maybe a house :).

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  38. Looks like a good time to be getting into the market

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  39. I will rather build my first house than buy.

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  40. Sweet info, although don't quite have the capial.

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  41. Don't really know, I'll have to see how things turn out.

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  42. Good to know, thanks for sharing. I will follow :)

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  43. this is a really interesting blog

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  44. This is interesting, i will be buying a small time property when i head to uni and this info may come in use, thank you

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  45. thats jst for the us, probably does not apply here

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  46. Very good advice. I just wish I had the money to do so :P

    Here the housing costs are supposed to rocket in the next 5 years and I do not even have enough for a down payment! Looks like I will be renting for the next x years

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  47. man, i wish i had the money to buy a house haah

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  48. Great advice. I'm looking to buy a house within the next year or two, hopefully prices in my area will still be low.

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  49. Well, that not a bad deal, but still i'm not old enough to make my own money..so no real estate for me :(

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  50. Need to finish college and get a decent pay roll first haha :)

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  51. Im saving some money for this very reason, planning on moving in at least one year time. Nice blog man.

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  52. i agree i just bought my first home!

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  53. I probably will be, but an apartment is looking better and better

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  54. still locked in for 4 more years i think...

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  55. ya to bad i cant buy now but i think i wait until next time.

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  56. True that. My bro just bought a nice 2 story house in great area for really cheap.

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  57. In California, I have yet to see prices drop dramatically. However, I have seen a few houses out in Arizona that are fairly inexpensive. I might have to move out of California if it keeps on like this.

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  58. Thanks!

    Always good to know! :D

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  59. true! but no1 has the money xD

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  60. Thanks for such a great article to share with. Before diving into an investment, there are several things to consider and those information would really help.

    Real estate AZ

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