The average rate for a 30-year fixed rate in June is 3.17%, according to Freddie Mac. This is down from 3.99% June of last year. That difference could save a North Carolina home buyer close to $30,000 over the term of a loan.
Data from the Federal Reserve indicates that one of the fast-growing segments of the current real estate market is starter homes. Sales in May for these modest price houses have risen above pre-COVID-19 levels and have hit a three year high.
Feuling the starter home market is demand from millennials. This generation now comprises 37% of all home buyers, says the National Association of Realtors Research Group.
To claim a large share of the market for starter homes, local real estate agents will need to advertise to attract these buyers. By almost any metric, advertising on Fayetteville radio is the best way to reach millennials planning to buy a house, condo, or co-op over the next year.