The Two Big Issues the Lewisville-Clemmons Housing Market’s Facing Right Now
The media has been sounding the alarms on a potential recession this year for 2022, which has many questioning if it’s a good time to purchase a home. When people hear about recessions, most remember the sharp decline in ...
On Friday morning Russia said that they are willing to talk… IF the Ukraine army lays down their arms. This means they would be asking for an unconditional surrender, which is unrealistic. The US and Europe have imposed ...
The June Lewisville-Clemmons Real Estate Market Report is out. The data tells us it's still very much a Seller's Market. Even though we had an increase in the number of homes listed for sale, the inventory level dropped. ...View More
Our latest Lewisville-Clemmons Residential Real Estate Market Report for October 2020 is out. The data confirms the local real estate market continues to remain strong. October showed positive gains in new listings, pending sales, closed sales, median sales price, average sales price, and ...View More
Homebuying has been on the rise over the past few months, with record-breaking sales powering through the market in June and July. Buyers are actively purchasing homes, and the momentum is continuing into the fall. It is, however, becoming harder ...View More
Our latest residential real estate market report is out for the Lewisville-Clemmons area. Home prices continue to rise as home inventory levels stay below average and interest rates creep lower. The median home price in Lewisville-Clemmons was $301,750 in July 2020, which ...View More
Tucked away in the southwestern section of Forsyth County, Clemmons is one of the most popular neighborhoods in North Carolina. It attracts residents, young professionals and families with its beautiful expanse and lavish community. Clemmons is rich in culture, architecture, living standards, and its real ...View More
Most of us are living life at least somewhat differently, if not in a very different way, after the COVID-19 outbreak. That means staying at home more in quarantine sick or not. Thankfully, we have not had many Coronavirus cases in ...View More