2021 Minnesota and Wisconsin Real Estate Forecast

What does the real estate market have in store for home buyers, sellers and owners in Minnesota and Wisconsin this year? Many national real estate forecasts for 2021 have been published, but Minnesota and Wisconsin, like every part of the country, follow their own trends. We asked Corinne Shanahan, Draper and Kramer Mortgage’s Regional Manager for Minnesota and Wisconsin, four important questions about what’s ahead for real estate in the region. Here’s what she had to say.

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7 Tax Deductions for Homeowners

Owning a home has several financial benefits, and that includes potential tax savings. As a homeowner, you may be able to reduce what you owe the IRS by itemizing available homeownership tax deductions. While itemizing isn’t beneficial for most taxpayers (only about 10% of households itemize), it offers important savings for some. Here are seven common homeownership tax deductions to consider.

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2021 West Coast Real Estate Forecast

What does the real estate market have in store for home buyers, sellers and owners on the West Coast this year? Many national real estate forecasts for 2021 have been published, but the West Coast, like every part of the country, follows its own trends. We asked Daryl Wizelman, Draper and Kramer Mortgage’s West Coast-based Executive Vice President, four important questions about what’s ahead for real estate in the region. Here’s what he had to say.

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2021 Northeast Real Estate Forecast

What does the real estate market have in store for home buyers, sellers and owners in the Northeast this year? Many national real estate forecasts for 2021 have been published, but the Northeast, like every part of the country, follows its own trends. We asked Dan White, Draper and Kramer Mortgage’s Regional Vice President for the Northeast, four important questions about what’s ahead for real estate in the region. Here’s what he had to say.

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How Covid-19 has changed homebuying and selling

In 2019, the idea of buying or selling a home during a global pandemic seemed inconceivable to many people. Nonetheless, millions of Americans did just that the following year. Like every other aspect of American life, the real estate process was tested by COVID-19, but homebuying and selling has continued despite the challenges, and in some ways, it’s arguably improved. Here’s what’s changed and what hasn’t.

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