Homes for rent in Germantown - Gaithersburg MD
Homes for Rent Germantown, Gaithersburg MD
One thing for sure,
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So stop lurking, searching and exposing yourself looking for Craigslist homes for rent or even worse, finding that the perfect house you saw after searching Zillow homes for rent ….has been rented already 5 months ago!
Here on this site, we promise you to give you the absolutely latest Homes For Rent in the areas of Germantown/Gaithersburg and Montgomery County Maryland.
The new tax code limits the deduction of state and local property taxes, as well as income or sales taxes, to a total of $10,000. When the tax reform legislation was put into law at the beginning of the year, some experts felt that it could have a negative impact on the luxury housing market.
“The impact on expensive homes could be detrimental, with a limit on the MID raising taxes for those that itemize.”
Mark Zandi of Moody's Analytics:
“The impact on house prices is much greater for higher-priced homes, especially in parts of the country where incomes are higher and there are thus a disproportionate number of itemizers, and where homeowners have big mortgages and property tax bills.”
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) predicted price declines in “high cost, higher tax areas” because of the tax changes. They forecasted a depreciation of 6.2% in New Jersey and 4.8% in Washington D.C. and New York.
What has actually happened?
Here are a few metrics to consider before we write-off the luxury market:
1. According to NAR’s latest Existing Home Sales Report, here is the percent change in sales from last year:
* Homes sales between $500,000 – $750,000 are up 11.9%
* Homes sales between $750,000 – $1M are up 16.8%
* Homes sales over $1,000,000 are up 26.7%
2. In a report from Trulia, it was revealed that searches for “premium” homes as a percentage of all searches increased from 38.4% in the fourth quarter of 2017 to 41.4% in the first quarter of 2018.
3. According to an article from Bloomberg:
“Median home values nationally rose 8 percent in March compared with a year earlier, while neighborhoods of San Francisco and San Jose, California, have increased more than 25 percent.
Prices in affluent areas in Delaware and New York, such as the Hamptons, also surged more than 20 percent.”
Aaron Terrazas, Zillow's Senior Economist, probably summed up real estate's luxury market the best:
“We are seeing the opposite of what was expected. We have certainly not seen the doomsday predictions play out.”
Applying for an home for rent is a lot like applying for a job-- you will be required to show additional documents that will help support your identity, background, income, references and job history.
While we received hundreds of request for rentals every year, we can only help those who want to be helped…we can only work with families that fill abn application first so we can help them be prepared and not miss out on a that nice home that they really love.
Q: Ok, I need your help, how can I contact you?
A: Please contact us by calling 301–246–0001 or sending an email to info@ReallyNiceHomes.com
You will be connected with a rental specialist for the Germantown/Gaithersburg area after a short telephone interview.