We Buy Alamo Heights Houses - Sell Your Alamo Heights House FAST! For Help NOW Call 210-559-1500





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Published on May 28, 2013

http://www.webuySAhouses.com. Call now 210-559-1500. Many San Antonio Real Estate homeowners have been stuck between a rock and a hard place over the last couple years drowning underwater with low equity on their homes. But San Antonio is beginning to see the light at the end of the tunnel with Home values up 20.1% compared to this time last year. Which creates a positive market, helping out every ones equity, making it easier to sell for a profit and move up into bigger investments. People who were unable to take advantage of the low interest rates last year; because they owed more than their home was worth; are starting to see the market take a change in their favor. Values go up, equity gets better, and suddenly you are in a position to make some choices. The percentage of homeowners selling for a profit in San Antonio is at about 88% this month, with some smaller communities seeing almost 100% of their San Antonio real estate being sold for more than they bought it for! Homeowners who have waited out the low values and held on to their homes now have options opening up to them. With your loan-to-value (LTV) improving and rates still at a pretty good percentage, you could possibly refinance to save yourself some money; Or with the added value maybe you're more interested in selling your current home for a profit and purchasing something bigger, better, newer? Either way, having options is a great feeling, and all over San Antonio we are seeing more and more "move-up buyers" taking advantage of the San Antonio real estate market today. We Buy Alamo Heights Houses.

Do you know what your home is valued at? I'm not talking about what the internet says, I'm talking about really knowing the comparisons around your home and being able to see what an actual Appraiser would most likely say your home is worth? Now is the time to find out! This detailed report will assist you with making the very big choice of selling your home or not, to profit and move-up into that home of your dreams you've been waiting so patiently to buy.

As reported by the San Antonio Board of Realtors (SABOR), homes in San Antonio are making a killing on the cash register this year with stable sales figures indicating a 23% increase in home values. At an average of $145,000 last year, homes are hitting their highest average this year at $1680,000. And that's just talking about single-family homes!

Experts believe two major factors may have contributed to this quick rise from the real estate slump: the steady growth of the economy, and low interest rates. This is great news for sellers, however buyers are less enthusiastic about the boom-scenario. SABOR stated inventory is at its lowest point we've seen in over 4 years. So the Law of Supply and Demand takes center-stage, and the people that are in a position to sell their homes can see huge returns on their investment, while buyers see fierce competition. Sell Your Alamo Heights House FAST!

If you need to sell your home fast let us help you. In today's unpredictable Real Estate climate many homeowners find themselves in a very unpleasant situation.
You may have lost your job, had a financial or medical setback that has caused you to fall behind on your payments, taxes, insurance and maintenance obligations, or perhaps you recently inherited a property that you need to sell because the cost obligations and tax ramifications are more than you can handle. For Help NOW Call 210-559-1500.

Consumers don't always see the benefit of private mortgage insurance because the insurance protects lenders rather than borrowers. PMI is required for home purchases with a down payment of less than 20 percent and for a refinance when the loan-to-value ratio is greater than 80 percent.

"PMI makes a lender more willing to take on the risk associated with less home equity since the insurance will reimburse the lender if the borrower defaults on the loan," says Tim Mislansky, senior vice president for Wright-Pratt Credit Union in Fairborn, Ohio. "When you pay PMI, you're trading the payments for the ability to buy the home with less cash."

A report from data firm RealtyTrac released last month showed that sales of distressed homes increased in September compared with one year ago. One problem: the RealtyTrac conclusion is contradicted by many other sources.

Home prices have rebounded over the past year in part because of the shrinking share of distressed sales, so the question of whether they are rising or falling gets to the heart of where home prices are headed. Home prices soften during periods when distressed sales rise, and they can appear stronger in periods when the share of distressed sales is falling. We Buy Alamo Heights Houses - Sell Your Alamo Heights House FAST! http://youtu.be/MiY41ijpzuI

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