Aug 8, 2022


  This incredible opportunity to live work and play on 3 corner lots with majestic coastal live oaks and garden! Pergola with shade for BBQ & kids playground. Ranch brick style main home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and 2 living areas, the large one with built-ins and fireplace, great media room and a screened porch with a hidden built in oven for extra holidays baking. There is a converted room in the garage perfect for home-office, studio or you could convert it back to a garage. The shop building is ready for your workshop, has a RV hookup and an apartment in the back with a kitchen, dining-living area, bedroom and bath with a window unit A/C could be good rental income potential. Located minutes from Rockport beach and downtown. Plenty parking for your extra guests, toys and boat!



Jul 29, 2022

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Jun 29, 2022

103 Teresa Ln in Rockport Texas - Home for Sale

MLS #: R137537
Super well cared for home on 2 LOTS in country style living of Lamar Point Preserve community located near Big Tree-Goose Island State Park. Lovely front porch for you to sit an enjoy watching the whooping cranes flying by in the winter mornings and a huge covered back patio for BBQ & entertaining guests looking over a majestic centennial live oak tree in backyard hosting hummingbirds in the fall....Huge size living room open to the Kitchen with granite counter tops, spacious pantry, breakfast bar for extra sitting and stainless appliances. Main bedroom suite with duo sinks, separated shower and garden tub. Convenient located just minutes from public boat launches to go BAY fishing or kayaking. Make this jewel your Rockport Home!

Jun 17, 2022

429 N Walker Rd Rockport TX Neli Spurrell Realtor

A gated drive welcomes you home to this lovely ranch style home on 2.7 acres with sparkling swimming pool. 

Jun 15, 2022


Is the Housing Market Correcting?

Is the Housing Market Correcting? | MyKCM

If you're following the news, all of the headlines about conditions in the current housing market may leave you with more questions than answers. Is the boom over? Is the market crashing or correcting? Here’s what you need to know.

The housing market is moderating compared to the last two years, but what everyone needs to remember is that the past two years were record-breaking in nearly every way. Record-low mortgage rates and millennials reaching peak homebuying years led to an influx of buyer demand. At the same time, there weren’t enough homes available to purchase thanks to many years of underbuilding and sellers who held off on listing their homes due to the health crisis.

This combination led to record-high demand and record-low supply, and that wasn’t going to be sustainable for the long term. The latest data shows early signs of a shift back to the market pace seen in the years leading up to the pandemic – not a crash nor a correction. As says:

The housing market is at a turning point. . . . We’re starting to see signs of a new direction, . . .”

Home Showings Then and Now

The ShowingTime Showing Index tracks the traffic of home showings according to agents and brokers. It’s a good indication of buyer demand. Here’s a look at that data going back to 2019 (see graph below):

Is the Housing Market Correcting? | MyKCM

The 2019 numbers give a good baseline of pre-pandemic demand (shown in gray). As the graph indicates, home showings skyrocketed during the pandemic (shown in blue). And while current buyer demand has begun to moderate slightly based on the latest data (shown in green), showings are still above 2019 levels.

And since 2019 was such a strong year for the housing market, this helps show that the market isn’t crashing – it’s just at a turning point that’s moving back toward more pre-pandemic levels.

Existing Home Sales Then and Now

Headlines are also talking about how existing home sales are declining, but perspective matters. Here’s a look at existing home sales going all the way back to 2019 using data from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) (see graph below):

Is the Housing Market Correcting? | MyKCM

Again, a similar story emerges. The pandemic numbers (shown in blue) beat the more typical year of 2019 home sales (shown in gray). And according to the latest projections for 2022 (shown in green), the market is on pace to close this year with more home sales than 2019 as well.

It’s important to compare today not to the abnormal pandemic years, but to the most recent normal year to show the current housing market is still strong. First American sums it up like this:

“. . . today’s housing market looks a lot like the 2019 housing market, which was the strongest housing market in a decade at the time.”

Bottom Line

If recent headlines are generating any concerns, look at a more typical year for perspective. The current market is not a crash or correction. It’s just a turning point toward more typical, pre-pandemic levels. Let’s connect if you have any questions about our local market and what it means for you when you buy or sell this year.

~Source:Keep Current Matters


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