Higher Home ValuesSome more great news has just been released in regards to the housing market. No longer are the days of dark clouds looming overhead. We now have a clear-cut indication that things are improving (all be it slowly, but still improving). Overall home values are expected to begin rising as early as the end of 2012 and the total amounts are bit higher than most had expected to hear about.

Financial analytics company, Fiserv, recently released their findings on the housing market and the direction it’s headed.  They found that homes will gain an average of 4% value each year, for the next coming five years. Meaning your home is expected to rise a total of 20% in value over five years. Some great news for homeowners as many people have been shied away from selling their homes all because of the low values of today’s market.

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Further numbers showed that the short-term forecast doesn’t look amazing as home values for 2012 are expected to drop 0.8% from where they were last year. This means we have not yet reached rock bottom home prices just yet. Once we get closer to 2013 however, we should start to see the trend of lower home values finally reverse.

This does come across as a double-edged sword though. As home values begin to rise and sellers begin to feel more comfortable in putting their homes on the market, more buyers will begin to become discouraged by the rising prices. It’s quite obvious that the housing market will remain a buyer’s market for a couple years yet to come.

So to those of you looking to purchase a home before prices rise, now may be your last chance!  With the combination of historically low mortgage rates and rock bottom home values, now it the most affordable time to buy a home in Michigan. To get pre-approved to start shopping for a home contact Riverbank Finance before you the lowest home affordability in history. You can call a licensed loan officer at 1-800-555-2098 or complete the form below.

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