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Considering Buying a Home? Don’t do it without attending this workshop!

Posted on: January 27, 2020

Asian Chinese little girl playing in toy house at indoor playground.

Are you or someone you know considering a home purchase this year? Curious about how to start? How to find the perfect home? Want to learn best practices from finding a home to writing a winning offer?

If you said ‘yes’ to any of the above, you owe it to yourself to come to our free Home Buyer Workshop and Market Overview, this Wednesday, January 29 at 6pm, at the Granite Co-Working space in Folsom.

You’ll learn about, and get a clear understanding of the home buying process from A to Z.

Here from experts on topics such as 2020 market outlook, financing, insurance, real estate terminology and tips for setting yourself apart from competing buyers to get your offer accepted, and more.

This workshop is sponsored by, Granite City Co-Working Space, Kyle Middleton of Farmer’s Insurance, Steve Heard of EXP Realty, and Paula Harvey – Finance of America.

Don’t miss opportunity to get ahead of the pack, and get on your path to home ownership.

Seats are limited, and registration is required. For more info and registration, go to

Register today!

Steve Heard is a Realtor with EXP Realty, DRE #01368503

Contact Steve at 916 718 9577  or email

Filed under: Real Estate

Folsom Housing Market Outlook and Predictions for 2020

Posted on: December 21, 2019

housing up and down

It’s that time of year. All of the ‘experts’ come out of their predictions for the coming year’s real estate market.

Can you count on them? Sometimes, but the real estate market is hard to figure out, even for the experts.

When the market bottomed out in 2012 and prices started to rise, some warned that it was only temporary, and that the worst was yet to come.

Nearly 8 years later, prices have fully recovered in most markets.

So, are we due for a correction? A crash? Or, will prices keep going up?

No one really knows, but supply, demand, interest rates, unemployment rates, optimism, pessimism, they all go into what ends up happening to the housing market.

I’ve gathered a few expert opinions, and have some of my own on what to expect for the housing market in general, and Folsom, in particular.


Filed under: Folsom, Real Estate