October in Marin: Will Buyers Finally Hit the Pause Button or Will Prices Continue to Rise?
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Beginning just after Labor Day, our fall market usually is a last gasp for Marin real estate. Buying activity tends to thrive right through October, then slow as Thanksgiving approaches. By Christmas, it’s generally pretty quiet. Throw in an election year and it could get really quiet. At least that’s in years past. This year, who knows with the pandemic and people now working and living from home full time. Maybe we’ll see a busy winter. It doesn’t hurt that mortgage rates are hovering at (or below) 3%. You can see a chart of those in the center of this newsletter, but by the time you take your mortgage write off, you’re borrowing money at around 2%! Reports tell us they could stay low for another two years and if that isn’t a motivator, I don’t know what is.
Let me know of any questions on that. I’m here to help. Meantime, enjoy October wherever you are and please stay safe. As always, thanks for reading.