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Gregory Goff
REALTOR & AUCTIONEER
Exit Realty Bob Lamb & Associates
2630 Memorial Blvd.
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Phone: 615-653-0080
Office: 615-896-5656 x 153
Email: ExitRealty@GregoryGoff.com

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Greg helped us close on a house in May 2014 and we could not be happier with the level of service and commitment he gave us for over five months of searching and negotiations. I'm sure we will likely go down in Greg's book as one of the most difficult sells of all time, but we appreciated his persistence in dealing with the sellers' agent and respecting our wishes of what type of home we work looking for. Having grown up in this area, he is incredibly knowledgeable about areas around town - which to see and which to avoid - which was very comforting to us because we were getting ready to move from NC. We are glad to call him a friend and would gladly recommend him to anybody looking for a home in our area of Middle Tennessee. John & Brittany Goodwin
Greg put up with a lot out of me in the last four years... I put my house on the market several times, then the bottom would drop out of the market and I would remove it..... However he stuck with me and was always very patient with me... Not only that; if I picked out a house to look at he would always give me the pluses and negatives of the place, he did not try to hide anything just to make a sale... I would highly recommend him to anyone looking for a home... He is a very nice young man very knowledgeable in real estate and auction... Cynthia Maxwell
Would recommend Greg to everyone. He is very professional, knowledgeable and willing to work with you in finding your real estate needs. I told him what I was looking for and a price range I was able to afford. He had several options and homes for us to look at. I will not use any other realtor, period!! Mark & Karen Burns
Greg is great to work with. He is honest and I trust him completely. He has a great personality and sense of humor which has to be a plus in his line of work. Any time you deal with the public, especially involving a huge purchase or sale of a home, where money, emotions and a lot of stress is involved, it is important to be able to get along with people. I feel this is one of his strong points. We had some issues with my parents property and its location and people involved and Greg was always there to help and went above and beyond what I felt was required. I would definitely recommend him to other people and if and when I need a real estate agent again, he will be my first choice! Sherry Harlow
Greg is very knowledgeable about real estate. He helped us sell our home and buy another one over a 100 miles away. He made many trips with us to look at homes, many were all day trips. He stayed informed of the buyers of our home and their financing. Any problems that came up, we knew as soon as Greg knew. Any problems were worked out as soon as possible. Greg goes out of his way to please his clients. He stays educated and up to date on real estate and utilizes all the latest technology to assist him in helping his clients sell and find their dream home. Cindy Masiongale
Gregory Goff is an excellent, highly-focused realtor. If we ever need to sell again we will be using him! He always made sure our home was advertised and that we were well aware of anything we needed to do when going through the closing process. He also helped us when we were buying our new house! Lakeisha Bryson
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Gregory Goff
REALTOR & AUCTIONEER
Exit Realty Bob Lamb & Associates
2630 Memorial Blvd.
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Phone: 615-653-0080
Office: 615-896-5656 x 153
Email: ExitRealty@GregoryGoff.com

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President’s Day 2019: How Does the White House Compare to the Average Home?

In the spirit of President’s Day we can use data from the 2018 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers to see how the typical home differs from the White House.

Typical Home Purchased in the U.S.

  • 86% of buyers purchased a previously owned home, with 82% of buyers choosing a detached single-family home.
  • Looking by first-time and repeat buyers, both also purchased detached single-family homes more often with 80% of first-time buyers and 83% of repeat buyers.
  • 51% of all buyers purchased their home in a suburb/subdivision.
  • The typical detached single-family home purchased was 1,980 square feet.
  • Recent homes purchased also had a median of 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and were built in 1991.
  • Among all buyers, the expected length of tenure in the home purchased was 15 years.

The White House

  • The White House was built in 1792, and in comparison is located in an urban or central area.
  • The White House contains 6 levels, has 132 rooms, including 35 bathrooms.
  • It also includes features such as: a tennis court, jogging track, swimming pool, billiard room, movie theatre, and bowling alley.
  • While the median expected tenure in a home lasts around 15 years, in the White House the expected tenure is between 4 and 8 years.

 

For more information on this data check out the President’s Day Infographic and the 2018 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers.

Home Buyer Households: Valentine’s Day 2019

Using data from the 2018 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers we can break down household composition, and the relationship it has to home purchasing choices.

  • Among all recent home buyers, 63 percent were married couples, 18 percent were single females, nine percent were single males, and eight percent were unmarried couples.
  • Four percent of recent buyers identified as gay or lesbian, and one percent identified as bisexual.
  • Among first-time buyers, 54 percent were married couples, and 67 percent of repeat buyers were married couples.
  • Among first-time buyers, 16 percent were unmarried couples, and five percent of repeat buyers were married couples.
  • Among all home buyers, 82 percent purchased a detached single-family home, eight percent purchased a townhouse/row house, four percent purchased an apartment or condo.
  • Eighty-seven percent of married couples, and 83 percent of unmarried couples purchased a detached single-family home.
  • Married couples were typically 45 years old with a household income of $106,300. They typically purchased a home that was a median of 2,070 sq. ft., for $289,000.
  • Unmarried couples were typically 34 years old with a household income of $88,800. They typically purchased a home that was a median of 1,630 sq. ft., for $219,000.
  • Single females were typically 54 years old with a household income of $61,400. They typically purchased a home that was a median of 1,550 sq. ft., for $189,000.
  • Single males were typically 52 years old with a household income of $73,200. They typically purchased homes that were a median of 1,590 sq. ft., for $215,000.
  • Fifteen percent of all buyers were influenced to choose their neighborhood based on the convenience to a vet or outdoor space for their pet. 20 percent of unmarried couples chose their neighborhood based on the convenience to a vet or outdoor space for their pet.

For more information on how relationship status and household composition affects homeownership choices, check out the 2018 Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers and the Valentine’s Day infographic.

December 2018 Housing Affordability Index

At the national level, housing affordability is up from last month but down from a year ago. Mortgage rates were unchanged from last month at 4.99 percent this December, and up 18.2 percent compared to 4.22 percent a year ago.

  • Housing affordability declined from a year ago in December moving the index down 8.4 percent from 161.2 to 147.6. The median sales price for a single family home sold in December in the US was $256,400 up 3.4 percent from a year ago.
  • Nationally, mortgage rates were up 77 basis point from one year ago (one percentage point equals 100 basis points).
  • The payment as a percentage of income was down from last month at 16.9 percent this December and up from 15.5 percent from a year ago. Regionally, the West has the highest payment at 23.4 percent of income. The South had the second highest payment at 16.7 percent followed by the Northeast at 16.5 percent. The Midwest had the lowest payment as a percentage of income at 13.1 percent.

  • Regionally, the Northeast recorded the biggest increase in home prices at 9.2 percent. The South had an increase of 2.7 percent while the West had a gain of 2.3 percent. The Midwest had a modest decline in price of 0.1 percent.
  • Regionally, all four regions saw a decline in affordability from a year ago. The Northeast had the biggest drop in affordability of 14.3 percent. The South had a decline of 8.2 percent followed by the Midwest that fell 5.8 percent. The West had the smallest drop of 5.6 percent.
  • On a monthly basis, affordability is up from last month in all of the four regions. The Midwest region had the biggest increase of 4.7 percent. The Northeast had a decline of 3.1 percent followed by the West with a dip of 2.3 percent. The South had the smallest gain in affordability of 0.3 percent.
  • Despite month-to-month changes, the most affordable region was the Midwest, with an index value of 191.5. The least affordable region remained the West where the index was 106.9. For comparison, the index was 149.3 in the South, and 151.8 in the Northeast.

  • Mortgage applications are currently down while credit availability is up. Home prices are up 3.4 percent while median family incomes are growing 3.6 percent. Sales declined this year due to affordability issues, which has been more impactful than a healthy job market. Gains in affordability in all four regions are a good sign in the current market. Rate changes have an impact on the housing sector so small hikes can influence the effect on finances for potential homebuyers.

  • What does housing affordability look like in your market? View the full data release here.
  • The Housing Affordability Index calculation assumes a 20 percent down payment and a 25 percent qualifying ratio (principal and interest payment to income). See further details on the methodology and assumptions behind the calculation here.
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