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Steve Cothran
Owner/Broker
Steve Cothran Real Estate

4826 Old Bethesda Duplex Road
COLLEGE GROVE, TN 37046
Phone: 615-390-8849
Email: jcothran@realtracs.com

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I have had the pleasure of working with Steve for many years. I have sold and purchased many times over the years. I would not think of calling anyone else regarding my real estate needs. Not many agents have lived in Williamson County all of their life and know the area and history like Steve. I recommend and refer all my friends and family to call Steve Cothran Realty, Pat
I have purchased several tracts of land and they took care of everything. i would not think of buying land without their help. Mike
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Welcome to the premier resource for all real estate information and services in the area. I hope you enjoy your visit and explore everything my realty website has to offer, including FRANKLIN, SPRING HILL, THOMPSON STATION AND COLLEGE GROVE real estate listings, information for homebuyers and sellers, and more About Us, your professional WILLIAMSON COUNTY Realtor.

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MORTGAGE NEWS 

Mortgage rates ticked up to a high for 2016 as anticipation of higher inflation under President-elect Donald Trump's administration and a Federal Reserve interest rate hike next week drove the cost of borrowing higher.

Amid the prospect of a more vibrant economy and more rapidly-rising prices, lenders are raising borrowing costs. The average interest rate for a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage rose to 4.13% for the week ending Thursday, up from 4.08% in the previous week, according to Freddie Mac.

An increase of that amount equals a payment of about $6 more per month for a prospective home buyer taking out a 30-year, $200,000 mortgage.

The average rate for a 15-year mortgage rose to 3.36% from 3.34% last week and a 5-year adjustable mortgage jumped to 3.17% from 3.15%.

"When you're buying a home, rising rates make a big difference in your budget,"

 

MARKET SNAPSHOT
Daily Mortgage Rate Survey
  • 30YR
    4.49%
    (+0.01%)
  • 15YR
    3.87%
    (+0.01%)
  • FHA30YR
    4.25%
    (0.00%)
  • Jumbo30YR
    4.51%
    (+0.01%)
  • 5/1ARM
    3.66%
    (0.00%)
 
Rates as of: 4/5/18
 
MBS/Treasury Markets
  • FNMA 3.5
    100-05
    (+0-06)
  • GNMA 3.5
    100-29
    (+0-01)
  • FHLMC 3.5
    100-05
    (+0-05)
  • 2 YR
    2.2743
    (-0.0323)
  • 10 YR
    2.7808
    (-0.0530)
 
Prices as of: 04/06/18 3:15PM

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Latest Realty News from NAR

Research Behind the Scenes at the 2019 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo: Research Committee

On Thursday afternoon, the Research team presented the committee-directed redesigns and findings of several surveys and data projects to the Research Committee..  The purpose of the committee is to focus on market conditions in the real estate industry as well as developments in the general economy and to identify topics on which research and information is needed with an eye to improving the productivity and profitability of REALTOR® firms, state associations, and local boards, and how that data can be utilized.  The committee is comprised of three state or board association staff, 10 residential specialists, 10 commercial specialists (including 1 auction specialist), one REALTOR® appraiser, one AEC Representative, and 15 at-large members.  The Committee is Chaired by Karen Crowson and Vice-Chaired by Joanne Zettl.

Brandi Snowden, Director of Member and Consumer Survey Research, presented the findings of the 2019 Profile of Home Staging to the Committee.  New this year in the report was a discussion of the impact home staging-related TV shows have on consumer staging expectations.

Amanda Riggs, Research Survey Analyst, spoke about the findings of the 2019 Profile of Real Estate Firms, newly redesigned under a directive from the Research Committee.  The report includes new topic areas, such as career direction after staff leave the firm, and whether the firm utilizes virtual assistants.

Nadia Evangelou, Research Economist, and Jessica Lautz, Vice President of Demographics and Behavioral Insights, presented on a tax study and how the reduced SALT deduction will affect taxpayers by each state.  For more on the reduced SALT deduction, click here >

Research Behind the Scenes at the 2019 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo: Commercial Economic Issues & Trends Forum

On Thursday afternoon on May 15th, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun gave a commercial update to members.  In his update, Yun discussed opportunities and challenges facing the commercial market in the year ahead.

 

Brian Ball, Secretary of Commerce & Trade for the State of Virginia, spoke about the impacts of Amazon HQ coming to National Landing, Virginia.

For a full summary of the outlook, read the news release >

For the presentation slides, click here >

Research behind the Scenes at the 2019 REALTORS® Legislative Meetings & Trade Expo: Residential Economic Issues & Trends Forum

Bright and early on Thursday May 16th, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun presented his economic outlook on current and forecast trends to members attending the 2019 NAR Legislative Meetings & Expo.  In his update, Yun spoke about challenges facing the economy, as well as positive developments that members should watch for.

 

Also speaking were Danielle Hale, Chief Economist at realtor.com, and Dr. Johannes Stroebel, Associate Professor of Finance at New York University.  Hale gave a market outlook and spoke about affordability trends nationally and on state and county levels, and Stroebel spoke about the effect of a potential buyer’s social network on their desire to purchase a home.

For a full recap of the session, read the press release here >

For the presentation slides, click here >

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