Santa Clarita Real Estate Professional
Hilary Blaha, REALTOR®
Hilary Blaha is a real estate professional with Pinnacle Estate Properties and serves the Santa Clarita area, including; Newhall, Saugus, Canyon Country, Valencia, Stevenson Ranch, Westridge, Castaic, Val Verde, Acton, and Agua Dulce.
Hilary has been a Santa Clarita Valley resident since 1989 and brings her unique knowledge of the area to every transaction. Area knowledge is a huge advantage to working with Hilary. However, it is not all she has to offer. In addition, she has a decade of real estate experience, up-to-date with the latest technology, and is certified in short sales and foreclosures. She takes great pride in her commitment to her clients and looks forward to helping you buy or sell your next home.
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Santa Clarita Real Estate Blog
National home prices have increased by 5.4% since this time last year. Over that same time period, interest rates have remained near historic lows which has allowed many buyers to enter the market and lock in low rates. As a seller, you will likely be most concerned about ‘short-term price’ – where home values are headed over the next six months. As a buyer, however, you must not be concerned about price but instead about the ‘long-term cost’ of the home. The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), Freddie Mac, and Fannie Mae all project that mortgage interest rates will increase by this time next year. According to CoreLogic’s most recent Home Price Insights Report, home … Continue reading
Some Highlights: An emerging trend for some time now has been the difference between available inventory and demand in the premium and luxury markets and that in the starter and trade-up markets and what those differences are doing to prices! Inventory continues to rise in the luxury and premium home markets which is causing prices to cool. Demand continues to rise with lower-than-normal inventory levels in the starter and trade-up home markets, causing prices to rise on a year-over-year basis for 80 consecutive months.
by Simon and Laura Verlaque