Rising Up The Charts

Real EstateThere’s an old radio expression that says “And, the hits just keep on coming.” Well, apparently, you can apply that to the housing recovery.

According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the housing recovery is likely to surge next year given solid employment gains, low mortgage rates and pent-up demand.

“Housing demand is now being driven by population growth and employment and income growth,” said Robert Denk, NAHB’s senior economist. “We are reconnecting to underlying fundamentals. We really have turned the corner.”

Overall, single-family housing starts will likely post a nine percent increase this year to 704,000 units. An additional jump by 39 percent to 977,000 units is forecasted for 2016, according to NAHB economists.

What’s more is that economists say that by the end of 2016, the top 40 percent of states will be back to near normal production levels.

We say bring it on! Let’s get this country back on solid ground. For too many months, we’ve been dealing with the proverbial peaks and valleys. It’s time that we eliminate those valleys.

Of course, First International Title is prepared to assist with our experienced staff. Let us help you find the right path to being a home owner.

Founded in 2009 during one of the slowest real estate markets in the past half century, First International Title has grown from a handful of offices to 25 offices throughout the state, from Key West to Pensacola, including its company headquarters in Coral Springs. We provide closing services in English, Spanish, German and French. With a combined 1,000 years of experience, our staff has extensive experience closing residential, refinance, reverse mortgage, short sale, REO, deed-in-lieu and commercial transactions. We do not outsource or offshore any portion of our core title services. We employ our own searchers and examiners to ensure quick turn times and accuracy. At First International Title, we put our customers first.

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