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The Truth About Home Prices as Interest Rates Rise

by Allyson Hoffman

Interest rates have begun moving upward, a new concern to buyers currently searching for a home. Understanding how increasing interest rates impact the price of the home will help to determine the time to buy and how much house buyers can afford.

How Interest Rates Impact Affordability

Lower interest rates reduce the overall amount paid for a home and the monthly financial obligations. Since payments directly tie to the loan amount and therefore, the amount a buyer can be approved for, any change in interest will inevitably make a substantial difference in what type of home is affordable and potentially affect a buyer’s ability to find the house of their dreams.

For example, consider a $300,000 house mortgaged with a 4% interest rate and a loan term of 30 years. Presuming a 20% down payment ($60,000) and a loan amount of $240,000, monthly principal and interest payments would be $1,146.00. If that interest rate increased by even one percent to 5%, monthly payments would correspondingly rise to $1,288.00. This payment, based upon the higher interest rate, is nearly equal to the payments a buyer would be making if they had paid $330,000 for the same home mortgaged at 4% -- or a whopping ten percent increase in the price.

While a buyer may be comfortable affording the extra $142 per month, their lender will need to approve the loan for the higher amount as well. Depending upon a buyer’s debt-to-income ratio, this may be feasible or not.  So if you are looking at the top of your budget range, even a $100 increase in your payments could mean the difference between approval and rejection. Assess your basic payment information with online mortgage calculators.

How to Deal with Rising Interest Rates

For those actively in the market to buy a home soon, now is the time to act before rates rise further. Lower interest rates and home prices make purchasing a property more affordable.

One way to increase affordability and purchase a home priced near the top of your budget (or just over) is to pay points on your loan. Points are determined based upon the amount of your loan with each point equaling 1% of your mortgage balance. Points are treated as prepaid interest on your loan and thereby can reduce the rate offered, the associated payments required and thus, the affordability to the borrower.

In summary, when shopping for a home and selecting the right financing, pay attention to both the interest rate and the price of the property. This will help to ensure that you choose a property that fits your needs and financial capability. For additional information on the buying process or recommendations to trusted lender professionals who can assist you in determining how much you can borrow, please contact me today for a consultation. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have, and/or help you find your dream home.



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Night of 1,000 Jack-o’-Lanterns

by Allyson Hoffman

Get ready for a spooktacular evening as The Chicago Botanic Garden presents the Night of 1,000 Jack-o’-Lanterns. This event begins Wednesday, October 24th and will run through Sunday, October 28th. This one-of-a-kind event features more than 1,000 hand-carved pumpkins, some as large as 150 pounds. The LED-lit jack-o’-lanterns will be staged along a festive, paved pathway. Along the way, encounter entertaining characters, watch live carvings and view the ghostly trains in the Model Railroad Garden.

Purchase light snacks and drinks such as cider and ale before heading onto the path. Along the path, stop in at the Regenstein Fruit & Vegetable Garden for hearty seasonal fare.

Visit Chicago Botanic Garden’s official website for additional information and to purchase your tickets today! You are sure to have a gourd time!



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Make Your Home the Perfect Sales Pitch

by Allyson Hoffman

Model homes are pristine, perfectly-staged examples of how homes that are unfurnished or incomplete in a new development or condominium complex can potentially look.

They’re the perfect sales tool.

When you sell your home, this is your competition. You are competing with new homes as well as resales, and you want to outclass the competition.

There are three areas to address for your home to compete with new, model homes:  (1) the exterior, (2) the interior and (3) staging.  If you consider a home showing as one long sales pitch, these areas would be considered as: (1) the opening, (2) the pitch and (3) the close.

The Exterior (The Opening)

First impressions are critical. If would-be buyers don’t like how your home appears from the outside, they very likely won’t bother exploring the inside. This is the opening of your sales pitch. It sets the tone.

So you’ll want to make sure the exterior of your home is as perfect as you can make it. Here are some enhancements designed to assure that you’ll capture buyer interest from the outset:

- Clean the yard and flowerbeds removing any debris and trim all hedges and shrubs.
- Pressure wash the exterior of your house and/or repaint if necessary. New homes have fresh exteriors.
- Clean, repair, repaint (or replace) your mailbox.
- Make your front door shine – don’t just clean it, but consider repainting the front door and polish any tarnished brass.
- Mow and edge the front lawn. Eliminate weeds – even if that means doing it by hand.
- Pressure wash the walkways and driveway.
- Replant flowerbeds, window boxes and flowerpots with bright, colorful flowers and ornamentals (weather-permitting, of course).

Improving the curb appeal of your can home can be time-consuming, so if you don’t have the time, energy or the skill to do the job right, consider hiring someone to help.

The Interior (The Pitch)

In most sales, there’s a point when the customer sees all the details. That’s the pitch. When showing a home, the inside of your home becomes its “pitch”. Therefore, do everything you can to show your home in the best possible light.

- Clean your home from top to bottom – literally. Then, clean it again. Leave no piece of furniture unmoved. Eliminate every cobweb and dust bunny. Make sure your floors shine. Shampoo and steam clean the carpets or considering replacing them if they are old, tired and worn. The interior should be spotless. Again, you can do this yourself, or you can hire a professional cleaning crew.
- If you have indoor pets, eradicate odors and evidence of their presence. Some sellers consider boarding their pets with friends or relatives while their home is on the market.
- Remove or store extraneous furniture -- rooms will appear larger.
- Clear clutter and organize drawers and closets – don’t forget the junk drawer and linen closet.
- Refresh your bathroom -- invest in new hand towels, curtains, potpourri bowls and/or ornamental soaps.
- Paint walls a neutral, inviting color such as varying shades of gray or beige.  These tones are warm, make rooms seem larger and work well with multiple décor preferences – this helps your home’s interior to appeal to the largest group of prospective buyers.
- Perform minor maintenance. Replace broken outlets and light switches, oil door hinges, polish tarnished fixtures and fix any items like leaky faucets, cracked windows, toilets that won’t flush properly and clogged drains.
- To show well, meticulously organize and clean out the closets to be no more than 25-50 percent full.
- Clean, organize and air out the basement and garage if you have one.

Staging (The Close)

Most people don’t buy homes based on logic unless they are purely investors; they buy homes based on emotion. Staging a home allows you to use emotion to close the deal.

Staging uses furniture, artwork and careful accents to create a mood and highlights the positive aspects of a home while diminishing the negative.

It’s possible to stage your home yourself. There are several tutorials online that go into great detail about staging a home for sale, but in most cases, experts can do a better job.

Professional stagers have arrangements with local furniture stores and art galleries to use their wares for a nominal fee. New furniture and accents create the impression of a brand new home.

Professional stagers' fees vary, but when you consider that professionally-staged homes often sell faster and for up to 20-percent more than unstaged homes, the fee may be well worth it.

While those perfectly-presented model homes raise the bar during home showings, keep these ideas top of mind to create your own impressive “pitch” when presenting your home to visiting buyers and maximize its potential value.

If you are getting ready to sell your home, and would like an opinion that will help you to plan and proceed with less stress, please feel free to contact me to set up an appointment to preview your home.  I’d be happy to offer you suggestions designed to help you enhance the value of your home,  help you to find a new home or determine the value of your existing property.


 

Allyson Hoffman, ABR, ACRE, CDPE, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SFR, SRES
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September 2018 Midwest Real Estate Market Reports

by Allyson Hoffman

The September 2018 Midwest Real Estate Market Reports are now ready for your review. These market reports provide an insight on the real estate market statistics for Cook County and Lake County. These statistics are helpful when you are considering buying or selling in today’s real estate market.  And, remember should you need tailored reports on a subdivision or neighborhood in the North ShoreNorth, and Northwest Suburban Chicago, Illinois area, please let me know.



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Chicago Botanic Garden’s Spooky Pooch Parade

by Allyson Hoffman

It’s that time of year again -- Chicago Botanic Garden’s Spooky Pooch Parade is this Saturday, October 20th from 11 AM to 1 PM. Bring your favorite pup dressed in their Halloween best and enter to win this festive contest. Costume categories include Best Costume Overall, Best Dog/Owner Costume, Best Puppy in Costume (for dogs ages 1 and under in people years), Best Senior in Costume (for dogs ages 10 and older in people years), and Best Horticultural Interpretation.

Don’t have a pooch? Not a problem, stop by at 12:00 PM to see these costumed canines strut their stuff in the parade stepping off from the Krasberg Rose Garden.

Visit the Chicago Botanic Garden’s official website for additional information and don’t miss your chance to see this one-of-a-kind festive Halloween event!


 

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The Benefits of Having a Buyers’ Real Estate Agent on Your Team

by Allyson Hoffman

In today’s world many people presume that they can use the internet and advice from friends to successfully navigate through the home buying or selling process. Yet,  but with ever- changing real estate market conditions, it advisable to consider hiring an experienced, knowledgeable real estate agent when you are looking to buy a Chicago North Shore, North or Northwest suburban home. 

Here are the top 10 reasons:

  • Experience

Purchasing a new home may well be the largest expenditure that you‘ll ever make.  So it simply makes good business sense to enlist all the help you can get.

A seasoned real estate agent has likely completed more real estate transactions already this year than most folks will do in a lifetime. That adds abundant knowledge and experience that can help to assure safely and securely navigating the buying or selling process.

  • Knows the Market 

If you are buying, a real estate agent will likely know what's happening in a particular area, or neighborhood, and ultimately help you to determine if a home of interest offers a good value.  An agent can provide current "comps" (comparable properties) for similar recently-sold homes, as well as those that are currently on the market.

Established firms and agents will have access to a host of proprietary tools and property information that may be otherwise difficult, or even impossible, to find on your own. Well-informed decisions will undoubtedly be easier with the abundance of data an agent can provide.

  • Saves Time

A good real estate agent will handle organizing tours and access for you to view new properties as they become available by arranging appointments with the listing offices at times that are as convenient as possible even if your time is somewhat limited.

However, keep in mind that accessibility is a two-way street! So, try to maintain as much flexibility as flexible as possible given that appointments may need to work for the seller and their agent too.

  • Good Listener

When you choose a real estate agent, look for someone who asks as many questions as you do.  A skilled agent will note any price range limitations you provide but should also help to expand your options for available properties by adjusting their recommendations based upon other insights gained in your discussions.

A strong agent will not only seek information but also truly listen to your point of view.  Your personal needs and goals should be reflected in their suggestions.  For example, you may be starting a family, need to configure your new home to accommodate an office or note your readiness to downsize.

  • Tells the Truth (even when you don't want to hear it!) 

Expect that a good real estate agent to sporadically challenge you by asking tough questions and even disagreeing on occasion.  When a recommendation seems to miss the mark, wait to make any decision until you have garnered all the facts your agent can provide.  Learn to trust your agent's intuition, insights, and perspectives.  More often than not, they will lead you in the right direction.

  • Respects Your Budget

One of the most important steps that your real estate agent can assist you with is to determine how much you can afford to spend.  To that end, he or she may well ask you to consult with your accountant, financial planner, and/or mortgage broker before you make this important decision.

Because there's a lot more to purchasing than simply having cash for the down payment and securing financing, an experienced real estate broker will help you plan for the other expenses associated with purchasing a home in the market area of your choice.  Finding a terrific housing match should include one that you'll be able to qualify for financially and that will work within your budget.

  • Team Player 

Your real estate agent should be able to recommend a great team of professionals to support your purchase including mortgage brokers and appraisers, contractors and designers or real estate attorneys.

  • Getting to Closing 

Remember that finding the right property is only the beginning. Your real estate agent should be well prepared to negotiate aggressively on your behalf, and assist in coordinating with financing professionals at your bank or mortgage broker’s office, any other agents involved in the deal, and with your real estate attorney throughout the process until the purchase is complete.

  • Gives Timely Updates 

It’s important to stay in regular contact with your agent throughout the buying process so that new property updates arrive on an as-available basis.  Changes in the local real estate market conditions, mortgage rate fluctuations should also be reported.  Likewise if your priorities change, or if your research turns up a property you may be interested in seeing, be sure to promptly let your agent know. Working together closely should help to ensure finding the right home more quickly and efficiently.

  • The Relationship 

While some Northern Illinois home buyers try to find a perfect property on their own given the readily-available internet access to more real estate information than ever before, the most accurate and current information will always be located through a real estate professional and their area Multiple Listing Service.  Moreover, since most buyers trust their real estate agent to assist with one of the most important transactions in a lifetime, it’s prudent to also value the importance of a personality match when choosing your real estate agent.  Find one who you not only trust and respect, but also look forward to working with.

When you are ready to begin your next real estate adventure, whether buying or selling, feel free to contact me to discuss your situation and your options.  I will be happy to answer any questions you may have, help you to find a new home or determine the value of your existing property.

 

Allyson Hoffman, ABR, ACRE, CDPE, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SFR, SRES
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Heartland Animal Shelter Art Show and Auction

by Allyson Hoffman

Have you purchased your tickets yet? The Heartland Animal Shelter Art Show and Auction is this Saturday, October 13th from 4 PM to 9 PM.  Get ready to enjoy a night of art and entertainment while supporting Heartland’s ongoing mission to rescue homeless pets. Heartland Animal Shelter has been saving the lives of homeless pets since 2002 and continues to rescue pets from dire situations that all require tender loving care. This event will take place at Barbara’s Bookstore located in The Glen Town Center. This event is your chance to view exclusive artwork including paintings, photographs, sculptures, ceramics, jewelry and more! Live entertainment will be provided by Off the Vine. Also, celebrity cat Chuck the Duck will be in attendance to chat with guests, pose for photographs, and share his newest book.

Visit the official event website to purchase your tickets today! Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind opportunity that is sure to be a good time.

 

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Low Budget Improvements Can Yield High Impact Results

by Allyson Hoffman

Home remodeling is an easy way to update your new house, add new life to your existing living space or fix up your property before you sell.

Professional home remodeling projects can typically cost tens of thousands of dollars. However, before you call in the professionals, consider the many small projects you can do yourself that will add value to your home and make your house more livable, without breaking the bank. Here are a few ideas to update your home without breaking the bank:

- Make a big impact by painting the exterior of your house. If you do the work yourself, your only cost is paint and a few brushes and tools. This is an easy way to spruce up your home from the outside and improve your curb appeal.

- The kitchen is another place where a complete remodel can cost thousands of dollars.  But for minimal expense to brighten it up, try a kitchen facelift with new paint on the walls and/or replacing old appliances.  Another cost-effective option producing a dramatic change includes repainting cabinets and replacing your hardware. Any or all of these changes can automatically provide an updated look without burdensome expense.

- Consider increasing your available storage by installing attractive closet organizers. You’ll not only make better use of your closet space, but the rest of your home will also appear larger and more spacious when you can put everything neatly away.

- If painting is an easy change, you may want to not only spruce up the the exterior of your home and your kitchen, but also provide a fresh coat of paint to the rest of the interior. Fresh paint in today’s contemporary colors brightens your space and makes your home look refreshed and like new.

- Refreshing your flooring can make big a welcome change. So consider professionally cleaning your carpets or do it yourself with a steam cleaner.  If you have wood floors or tile, try deep cleaning and polishing to add benefit at a truly minimal cost.

So if you’re preparing to sell your house or on a challenged budget in your new home, try tackling these easy and economical improvements for a new look that will make your home more appealing to potential buyers or simply for your family’s pleasure.
Contact me today if you’re thinking of selling and would like information regarding the selling process.. I’ll help you determine the value of your home and advise you on the best remodeling jobs to assure you obtain best price for your house.


 

Allyson Hoffman, ABR, ACRE, CDPE, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SFR, SRES
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Art Show and Auction benefiting the Heartland Animal Shelter

by Allyson Hoffman

Calling all animal lovers, the Art Show and Auction benefiting the Heartland Animal Shelter is Saturday, October 13th. Heartland Animal Shelter has been saving the lives of homeless pets since 2002 and continues to rescue pets from dire situations that all require tender loving care. The event will be held at Barbara’s Bookstore in The Glen Town Center in Glenview. Numerous one-of-a-kind artwork including paintings, photographs, sculptures, ceramics, jewelry and more will be available for viewing. The event will also host a silent auction that will contain artwork at a range of price points.

Heartland’s mission is “to provide a no-kill shelter for the care, humane treatment, and adoption of lost, stray, and abandoned animals and to find permanent, loving homes for homeless animals and promote responsible pet ownership through education, community outreach, and collaboration while maintaining respect and compassion for all creatures.”

Visit the official event website for additional information and to purchase your tickets TODAY and enjoy a night of art, entertainment, while supporting a worthy cause.

 

Allyson Hoffman, ABR, ACRE, CDPE, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SFR, SRES
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Considering a Sale this Winter?

by Allyson Hoffman

Many sellers believe that the ideal time to sell their home and move occurs in the warm weather months, and therefore, try to avoid an end-of-year-holiday-season sale.  But winter season sales are not uncommon. Many times circumstances dictate that winter sales cannot be escaped.  So if you are considering selling during the cold-weather months or must sell due to a compelling situation, the choice or need also means preparing for cold-weather guests.  Keep in mind that winter visitors, while possibly smaller in number, typically are more serious buyers with imminent need driving their home search.  Thus, buyer quality in winter may be superior, though the quantity of lookers may be fewer than those searching during warm weather. Consider the following tasks to be ready when those winter buyers arrive:

Watch Your Step

It’s important to ensure safe access.  So be sure to keep your yard and walkways clean and serviceable. Fall leaves should be raked from the yard and snow should be cleared from any thoroughfares. Salting or sanding these areas also provides an extra measure of comfortable insurance to welcome your visiting prospective buyers.

Try adding a new welcome mat at the front door for wiping those wet, snowy boots and shoes, and be sure to ask your agent to provide shoe covers to protect your floors and carpeting.

But You Can't See My Yard!

Uncluttered, neat and clean appearance is particularly important against the stark bareness that the winter months bring.  So be sure to have your yard professionally cleaned up at the end of the growing season.  This should include trimming potentially hazardous branches from trees and storing warm-weather toys, patio furniture and even keeping the occasional winter-sporting goods out of sight so they’ll be out of mind.  Buyers will appreciate the ability to better visualize their own possessions in your yard if is crisp and presentable. 

Stoke the Fireplace

Make sure your house is inviting and that means toasty warm on a bitter cold day.  Buyers generally exit quickly when the inside is barely warmer than the outside.  So, if you have a fireplace you’ll not only want to make sure it looks good as a focal point in the room, but also light an attractive fire to additionally help create a positive reaction from potential buyers.

Feel free to additionally set the mood with soft holiday music or aromatic scents of the season … some folks accomplish this with fresh baked goods or even a few key scented candles.

Remember, few things are more comforting than entering a welcoming, warm room smelling of freshly-baked cookies and a great view to a glistening outdoor snow scene … so open up the curtains, drapes and blinds, and keep the windows sparkling clean.

If you are thinking about selling your North Shore, North or Northwest Chicago Suburbs home this winter, please feel free to contact me today for a consultation.  I will be happy to answer any questions you may have, help you to find a new home or determine the value of your existing property.

 

Allyson Hoffman, ABR, ACRE, CDPE, CRS, e-PRO, GRI, SFR, SRES
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