Building Equity in the New Year

Dated: January 13 2021

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Building Equity in the New Year

With the new year in full swing, we want to help make your financial goals come true. Property appreciation has not been higher since 2014. The historically low interest rates combined with the demand in housing has helped the average homeowner gain around $17,000 in equity year over year.  *information found in REALTOR Magazine*

So what does that mean for you? Are you looking to purchase a home? With record-low interest rates, now is the time to buy! Our team has a ton of information regarding grants for first time home buyers, among other things that can help you with your down payment and closing costs. You can receive up to $17,500 in grants (meaning you won’t have to pay it back!) when you purchase a home. Just ask us how!

Are you ready for an upgrade? Whether you’re looking to make renovations before selling or purchase a new home and move into your dream house, we can help! There are an assortment of grant and loan programs available to assist in the process.

The Fed City Team is here to lift you up! Cheers to building equity in 2021!

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