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1 269,900 $ 2 238,900 $ SUNDAY 1PM-4PM SUNDAY 2PM-4PM SUNDAY 2PM-4PM 14117 Renee Ln • coLLege station 2913 Agee Court • bryAn 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 1,879 Sq Ft Come see this spacious home in Austin’s Colony. Gourmet 979.219.0730 kitchen with granite counters, large island, gas stove, and oversized dining area. The .26 acre yard at the end of a culde-sac has over 14 trees in the back, shading the extended patio. Split ﬂoor plan, stone ﬁreplace, extra large hearth, tiered ceilings and recessed lighting. New water heater in 2018, M new um dishwasher and wood laminate ﬂooring in 2020. fo Hosted by Megan Holman Re lia nc e rd St Ol d Sandy Point 1401 AngelinA CirCle• College stAtion Centrally located in College Station, this 2,528 square CHERRY RUFFINO foot home on over half an acre, corner lot, features 4 979.691.4663 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, 2 large living spaces, and a formal dining room. Complete with built-ins throughout and plenty of entertaining space whether you enjoy the Hosted by swimming pool, spending time on the covered patio, or Michael Kelly even in the quaint courtyard. This gem won’t last long! CHERRY RUFFINO 979.691.4663 This Fantastic 4 bedroom home has an open & bright split ﬂoor plan.Large kitchen with granite that opens to the Living room and features tile ﬂooring and a beautiful stone ﬁreplace. The Master bedroom is spacious and has a large walk-in closet. Master Bath has 2 sinks, a jetted garden tub & a separate shower. Additional features include a built-in desk area, a covered patio, sprinkler system for the large fenced yard, carpet only in the bedrooms, ceiling fans, and blinds. Conveniently located to everything South College Station has to offer. 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The anxiety associated with buying a home has hit new heights during the outbreak of the novel coronavirus COVID-19. Historically low interest rates and limited inventory has made 2020 an especially unique time to buy a home. It’s also a competitive and potentially expensive time to buy a home. While the economic consequences of COVID-19 have been severe, the Federal National Mortgage Association, also known as Fannie Mae, forecasted a signiﬁcant increase in median home prices in March 2020. City dwellers have scrambled to buy homes outside of cities, where social distancing is more difficult and the risk of getting COVID-19 appears greater than it is in suburban or rural settings. That’s led to a lot of competition among prospective buyers. Prospective home buyers willing to enter the hectic fray and shop for a home during the COVID-19 outbreak may beneﬁt from knowing what to expect as they search for their next home. • Get ready for virtual tours. Buyers might once have scoffed at the notion of buying a home they’d only seen in videos, but virtual tours have become the new normal in the wake of the pandemic. An April survey from the National Association of Realtors¨ found that home tours had declined sharply. While 98 percent of realtors reported taking clients on home tours as recently as February, that number had declined to 63 percent by April. As many regions pause their reopening plans, prospective home buyers should ready themselves for virtual tours as opposed to inperson home tours. • Expect limited inventory. While home prices are up, many people are holding onto their homes. The NAR reports that total housing inventory at the end of May 2020 was down nearly 19 percent from the end of May 2019. Buyers will have less inventory to choose from, so those intent on buying may need to prioritize what they need in a home and focus on ﬁnding properties that can fulﬁll those needs. • Expect to move quickly. 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