Incentivized

More than 75% of all new home builders are using interest rate buydowns as a way to attract buyers to their communities.This is according to new research by John Burns Real Estate Consulting.Builders are fronting several thousand dollars on behalf of their buyers so these buyers can have a lower rate for the first few years of the loan, or in some cases the whole life of the 30 year loan. New home builders with completed homes or ‘standing inventory’ are especially motivated as this type of inventory is costly for the builder to carry.This kind of product offers a terrific opportunity for buyers looking to move soon and who desire a lower interest rate.

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Incentivized

More than 75% of all new home builders are using interest rate buydowns as a way to attract buyers to their communities.This is according to new research by John Burns Real Estate Consulting.Builders are fronting several thousand dollars on behalf of their buyers so these buyers can have a lower rate for the first few years of the loan, or in some cases the whole life of the 30 year loan. New home builders with completed homes or ‘standing inventory’ are especially motivated as this type of inventory is costly for the builder to carry.This kind of product offers a terrific opportunity for buyers looking to move soon and who desire a lower interest rate.

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Like 1993

Here’s a trivia question…

The number of new, single-family homes completed in 2022 will most closely resemble which prior year?

If you guessed 1993, you are correct.

Yes, the number of homes built and completed this year is no more than the number from 30 years ago.

In 2022, there will be just over 1 million single family homes constructed in the U.S. which is the same as 1993.

This is much more than the bottom of construction in 2011 which saw just under 500,000 new homes built.

But it is also much less than the top of 2006 which had almost 1.7 million.

Limited new home construction today is preventing anything close to a glut of inventory on the market which, in turn, insulates us from any sort of major price correction.

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Like 1993

Here’s a trivia question…

The number of new, single-family homes completed in 2022 will most closely resemble which prior year?

If you guessed 1993, you are correct.

Yes, the number of homes built and completed this year is no more than the number from 30 years ago.

In 2022, there will be just over 1 million single family homes constructed in the U.S. which is the same as 1993.

This is much more than the bottom of construction in 2011 which saw just under 500,000 new homes built.

But it is also much less than the top of 2006 which had almost 1.7 million.

Limited new home construction today is preventing anything close to a glut of inventory on the market which, in turn, insulates us from any sort of major price correction.

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