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2021 Home Buying Trends

2021 Home Buying Trends

2021 is underway, and while last year taught us to expect the unexpected, there are still some trends in the housing market that will predict buyer, seller, and investor behavior.  Circumstances continue to fluctuate across the nation with a new president as well as state by state approaches to managing the Coronavirus Pandemic.  With these… Read more »

Top 10 Tips For A Less Stressful Move

Top 10 Tips For A Less Stressful Move

It’s a new year, and for many folks this means moving into a new home.  Tackling a move can be one of the more daunting tasks you will accomplish.  With limited time, money, and manpower to get the job done, it can get complicated… not to mention stressful.  That’s why Champion Title, one of the… Read more »

How Champion Title Made Early eClosing Investments To Prepare For The New Normal

How Champion Title Made Early eClosing Investments To Prepare For The New Normal

Bill Reilly always has one eye on the future. As the Founder of Champion Title & Settlements headquartered in Northern Virginia, his foresight has been crucial to Champion’s success for two reasons: it helps Champion Title continuously exceed the expectations of its customers, and it maintains the company’s status as a leader in the highly-competitive… Read more »

Secure Your Dream Home In A Seller's Market

Secure Your Dream Home In A Seller's Market

As we round the corner into the final months of a most unusual year, the housing market continues to stray from its typical seasonal cycle.  The COVID-19 pandemic that began in the spring has effectively delayed the normal spring “boom,” creating increased buyer demand in the second half of the year.  This, coupled with record… Read more »

Lender Perspective: Building Realtor Relationships

Lender Perspective: Building Realtor Relationships

During this time of record low interest rates, refinance business is booming.  But as history reveals, this won’t last forever, and when the well of refi’s begins to dry up, mortgage lenders will be turning to purchase transaction opportunities as their primary revenue source.  To capitalize on this, mortgage lenders must have already established a… Read more »