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Friday, January 15, 2021   /   by Steve Ticknor

These 7 Real Estate Trends Are Predicted to Shake Up 2021

All across the country, businesses have closed due to the pandemic and industries across the board have suffered a loss to some degree (except for delivery services, online retailers, and the like). Yet, of all those industries that were affected, the real estate market has continued to thrive - or at least experienced very little troubles.

If you’re a believer in resolutions and one of your 2021 New Year's resolutions was to save up to buy a house, you’re going to want to pay attention to the real estate predictions highlighted in HomeLight's 2020 Q4 survey - you’ll be glad you did!

1. Not enough houses to meet demand

There’s no shortage of qualified buyers looking to buy a house, unfortunately, 84% of real estate agents who participated in the survey say inventory is much lower than they expected. This is alarming because buyers are going to be chomping at the bit when they find a house they like. They’ll be eager to make offers above asking, as! ...

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Thursday, June 2, 2016   /   by Steve Ticknor

The Heat is Turning Up!

As an unusually warm air system settles over the western US this week, Lake Havasu City (and everywhere else) will head for the highest temperatures we have seen since last summer. It looks like this coming Saturday, June 4th will be the hottest day with temperatures around 115 degrees F. Let’s be clear; that’s HOT. But it’s really not all that bad assuming you have a strategy to cope with the heat. I moved to Lake Havasu City from Portland, Oregon in the spring of 2014. Portland on average has about 14 days per summer over 90 degrees. That’s a far cry from Lake Havasu City. Our typical daily highs in the summer months are around 106 to 108 degrees. When I talk to old friends and/or clients still in Portland, you can almost hear them fainting away on the other end of the phone when they learn how hot it is here. There are two key things that make this daily heat bearable. First, the heat peaks somewhere between 3:00PM and 5:00PM every day. The morning high tempe. ...

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