When it comes to home sales, buyers are giving the go ahead signal. In a recent study of 1,002 homebuyers, more than 43 percent reported that they are “more inclined to buy now.” Compared to last year, this is a 10.1 percent increase.

Buyers also noted that they are feeling an increased urgency to buy now before prices or mortgage rate increase. All across the country, realtors and on-site agents are reporting high numbers of those requesting home tours to then give offers thanks in part to two reasons.

First, fall sees a seasonal decline in home sales. Also, there seemed to be a lot of uncertainty surrounding the election. Now, all of those buyers who were holding off are on the hunt for a new home. Anything that is reasonably priced is flying off the market due to a historically low level of inventory.

At the end of 2016, mortgage rates jumped eight-tenths of a percentage point, prompting buyers to believe that rates will continue to increase over the next six months. However, mortgage rates are predicted to stay in an affordable range through 2017, as a result of steady global demand for U.S. bonds that lower borrowing costs for long-term loans. This means that homebuyers are looking to purchase before rates go up again.

With that being said, only six percent of those surveyed were most influenced by mortgage rates possibly increasing as the main incentive to purchase. Instead, 26.6 percent of respondents said that a life event such as marriage or the birth of a child was the most common reason for the purchase of a new home.

Thanks to Saussy Burbank and its personalization as a distinguished builder in the Triangle, you can live all over the Triangle with confidence that your new home will be the right move. Saussy Burbank’s commitment to style and architectural detail sets them apart, with designs that reflect Southern accents with a modern vibe.

With affordable homes throughout the Raleigh-Durham area, now is the time to take advantage of the opportunity to live in a Saussy Burbank Home. The following communities all have model homes available for walk-through tours, along with available homes for purchase.

Forest Ridge (Hillsborough): Saussy quickly sold out of the first phase of lots in Forest Ridge, and has moved on to selling the second phase. Located in historic Hillsborough, this community is highlighted by riverfront forest trails and homes with front and back porches.

Claremont South (Carrboro): With a wide range of homes priced in the $200s to $700s, Claremont South is a community full of amenities that provide lasting value. A pool, fitness center, playground, recreational center, and clubhouse can all be found within the limits of the neighborhood, along with first-floor owner’s suites and guest rooms depending on certain floor plans.

Briar Chapel (Chapel Hill): If you’ve got a sense of urgency to buy, then Briar Chapel should be your first stop as the Triangle’s top selling community. All of the homes are built with strict green standards to help preserve the economy, as well as 24 miles of planned trails and 900 acres of open space. Saussy Burbank currently has two model homes in the community in order to find the best fit for your life change.

12 Oaks (Holly Springs): Another master-planned community, Saussy Burbank is selling in 12 Oaks that features two neighborhood pools and is also a Jack Nicklaus-designed golf course community. Saussy Burbank offers golf course homesites as well as 3-car garages, with four to six bedroom floor plans. The Club at 12 Oaks features tennis courts, a garden, golf shop, and a café.

Now is the time to buy with Saussy Burbank. With an enticing mortgage rate as well as desirable locations all throughout the community, Saussy Burbank has homes that will cater to all of life’s biggest changes, no matter what your needs might be. Don’t let the opportunity pass you by. Visit a Saussy Burbank model home today.

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