Marcie Gingle, Roberta Lerman, Kristin Binder
"Your GPS in Real Estate"

Gingle Lerman Realty Group

RE/MAX 360
Marcie Gingle: 617.838.3102
Roberta Lerman: 781.983.2882
Kristin Binder: 860.503.0896
ginglelermanrealtygroup@gmail.com

20 Sewall Street
Marblehead, MA 01945


Our Real Estate Blog

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Why It’s Still a Sellers’ Market

If you’re thinking of making a move, you should know the market is still anything but normal. There is lots of talk about the real estate market cooling off and you may be questioning what that means for your plans to sell your house.

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RE/MAX National Housing Report For June 2022

As Inventory Rises, June Home Sales Post Year’s Highest Mark But Trail 2021

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The Drop in Mortgage Rates Brings Good News for Homebuyers

Why is this recent dip such good news for homebuyers? Let's find out what the experts are saying.

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Housing Experts Say This Isn’t a Bubble

We are all nervous with so much talk about an economic slowdown but the experts are still saying this is not like 2008. Let's see why.

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RE/MAX National Housing Report For May 2022

May Home Sales Down Year Over Year as Inventory Grows

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Why Pre-Approval Is a Game Changer for Homebuyers

Getting a pre-approval letter from your lender is critical, and when it comes to your home search, it can be a game changer in so many ways.

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RE/MAX National Housing Report For April 2022

Homes spent an average of 26 days on the market in April – five days less than March, and two days less than a year ago. A competitive Spring market greets buyers and Sellers with more listings and higher prices.

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Sellers Have an Opportunity with Today’s Home Prices

History shows rising mortgage rates have not had a negative impact on home prices. You can use the equity from selling your home as the down payment for a new one.

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How Buying or Selling a Home Benefits the Economy and Your Community

You may be wondering how a single home sale can impact the economy?

Top 5 Cities Where Homes Are Flying Off The Shelves
Top 5 Cities Where Homes Are Flying Off The Shelves

The National average is 35 days on the market for homes sales but these cities are breaking records due to low inventory.

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RE/MAX National Housing Report For February 2022

Homes spent an average of 35 days on the market in February – one more than January, but eight less than a year ago. Read on for more interesting stats as provided by RE/MAX.

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The #1 Reason To Sell Your House Today

Almost every industry is currently struggling with supply chain disruptions. This also applies to the current U.S. housing market, where buyer demand far exceeds housing supply.

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Consumers Agree: It’s a Good Time To Sell

In today’s sellers’ market, many homeowners are weighing their options and trying to decide if they should sell their house. If you’re in that group, you may be balancing things to determine your best time to make a move.

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How Supply and Demand Can Impact Your Buying and Selling Goals

In today’s housing market, there are far more buyers looking for homes than sellers listing their houses. Based on the concept of supply and demand, this means home prices will naturally rise. Why is that?

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Real Estate Voted the Best Investment Eight Years in a Row

Real estate has been on a winning streak for the past eight years, consistently gaining traction as the best long-term investment.

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Why Inflation Shouldn’t Stop You from Buying a Home in 2022

You are probably hearing a lot about record-breaking home prices, rising consumer costs, supply chain constraints, and wondering if all of these inflationary concerns should make you wait on buying a home in 2022.