In the Market: Your sign and your home preference

Posted By Nneka Madus In Your Home | 1 Comment

This weekly feature is a real estate news and information roundup from a millennial’s point of view. When a young professional moves from Indianapolis (median home price $125K) to San Francisco (median price $1 million), you can expect an adventure. Nneka Madus, an analyst in Bank of the West’s Mortgage Division, did just that and has plenty to share in her quest to own a home in San Francisco.

Young couple discussing their choice with a woman holding a tablet for them to see. [1]Thinking of selling your home in winter? Spring has traditionally been the time for homeowners to sell their home, but with mortgage rates still relatively low, this winter also seems to be an attractive time to sell. Brena Swanson from HousingWire [2] breaks down the best time to sell in various U.S. cities. Not only does she break down the best time, but there’s also a great chart showing the cities where homes are selling above list price.

I’m a Sagittarius. You might wonder what that has to do with housing. Astrology has been around for thousands of years, and whether you believe in it or not, it’s always fun to read the descriptions associated with your zodiac sign. Sarah Skeie Adams from the Boston Globe [3] gives house hunters some tips on what to look for in a home based on your zodiac sign. As a Sagittarius, according to Sarah, I’d like open space, freedom, and travel — all of which are true! Based on her “fit,” I think my apartment in San Francisco fits me perfectly. It’s all in fun, take a look. Does your zodiac sign describe your housing preferences?

Article printed from Bank of the West:

URL to article:

URLs in this post:

[1] Image:

[2] Brena Swanson from HousingWire:

[3] Sarah Skeie Adams from the Boston Globe:

Submit an Idea

[contact-form-7 id="32" title="Share An Idea"]

You are leaving the Bank of the West Change Matters site. Please be aware: The website you are about to enter is not operated by Bank of the West. Bank of the West does not endorse the content of this website and makes no warranty as to the accuracy of content or functionality of this website. The privacy and security policies of the site may differ from those practiced by Bank of the West. To proceed to this website, click OK, or hit Cancel to remain on the Bank of the West Change Matters site.