Christine Iso May Newsletter

Christine Iso May Newsletter

Hello everyone!

Welcome to May! As the flowers bloom and temperatures rise, the real estate market is also heating up. May is a vibrant month for buying and selling homes, with many new opportunities emerging in the market. Whether you’re looking to find your dream home, sell your current property, or simply stay informed about the latest trends, I’ve got you covered. If you ready to stay informed, LET’S CONNECT!

Whatever your real estate needs are, you can trust that my marketing, FREE STAGING, and negotiation skills will be sure to have you raving after it’s over, and we make the process fun along the way!

If you, or anyone you know, is in the market to buy, sell, or invest, It would be my pleasure to assist you in a successful closing.

After all, we wouldn’t be in business without your support and trust in the ISO TEAM. We’re very grateful and promise to do our BEST during and long after each transaction!

If you have any real estate questions, you can trust your #1 resource!

We honor and remember the brave men and women who have made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country. Their courage and dedication have secured the freedoms we cherish every day.

Let us take a moment to reflect on their contributions and express our deepest gratitude. May their legacy inspire us to strive for a better, more peaceful world. Wishing everyone a meaningful and respectful Memorial Day.

18336 Keswick 1/2 Street, Reseda, CA 91335

Must see, 2,054 sf, 4 bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms townhouse with laminated wood flooring throughout the unit. Townhouse has no common walls. All plumbing fixture are chrome. The kitchen has gas stove and a dishwasher; microwave oven and includes new stainless steel refrigerator. Fireplace is located in the living room. All 4 bedrooms are upstairs, two are master suites. 3.5 bathrooms all have granite counter tops. All bedrooms upstairs have high ceilings and ceiling fans. Master suite is very spacious with a huge walk-in closet. The master bath has a spa tub with separate shower stall. Living room and all the bedrooms are very bright and sunny. The Family room have access to private patio. There is a small backyard by the dining area. Enclosed attached 2 car garage has storage cabinets. The automatic gated community consists of only 7 units. The complex is very well maintained. The unit is move-in ready. Come by and check out this move in ready, sunny townhouse!!


“I want to take a moment to express my deep respect and high regard for Christine Iso, a top producing real estate agent in Los Angeles, CA. Being in this industry for over ten years as a lending partner, I have crossed paths with many agents and Christine is one of the best. Her expertise and dedication truly set her apart from many professionals in the real estate industry.

Her in-depth understanding of the local market trends and the nuances of the buying/selling process prove to be invaluable to her clients, allowing them to make educated and informed decisions every step of the way. Her clear and transparent communication ensures that her clients are comfortable and informed throughout the entire process. Christine’s professionalism and courteous demeanor make working with her a true pleasure. She has a way of making everyone around her feel respected and valued.

Ultimately, the results speak for themselves. Thanks to her guidance and hard work, many families are now happily settled in their new homes. I would highly recommend Christine to anyone in need of a dedicated, knowledgeable, and reliable real estate agent. Her commitment to excellence and unwavering passion for helping clients achieve their real estate goals make her the obvious choice.” Jason Randall, Lender

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What’s Next For Home Prices and Mortgage Rates?

If you’re thinking of making a move this year, there are two housing market factors that are probably on your mind: home prices and mortgage rates. You’re wondering what’s going to happen next. And if it’s worth it to move now, or better to wait it out.

The only thing you can really do is make the best decision you can based on the latest information available. So, here’s what experts are saying about both prices and rates.

 1. What’s Next for Home Prices?

One reliable place you can turn to for information on home price forecasts is the Home Price Expectations Survey from Fannie Mae – a survey of over one hundred economists, real estate experts, and investment and market strategists. According to the most recent release, experts are projecting home prices will continue to rise at least through 2028 (see the graph below):


While the percent of appreciation varies year-to-year, this survey says we’ll see prices rise (not fall) for at least the next 5 years, and at a much more normal pace. What does that mean for your move? If you buy now, your home will likely grow in value and you should gain equity in the years ahead. But, based on these forecasts, if you wait and prices continue to climb, the price of a home will only be higher later on.

2. When Will Mortgage Rates Come Down?

This is the million-dollar question in the industry. And there’s no easy way to answer it. That’s because there are a number of factors that are contributing to the volatile mortgage rate environment we’re in. Odeta Kushi, Deputy Chief Economist at First American, explains:

“Every month brings a new set of inflation and labor data that can influence the direction of mortgage rates. Ongoing inflation deceleration, a slowing economy and even geopolitical uncertainty can contribute to lower mortgage rates. On the other hand, data that signals upside risk to inflation may result in higher rates.”
What happens next will depend on where each of those factors goes from here. Experts are optimistic rates should still come down later this year, but acknowledge changing economic indicators will continue to have an impact. As a CNET article says:

“Though mortgage rates could still go down later in the year, housing market predictions change regularly in response to economic data, geopolitical events and more.”
So, if you’re ready, willing, and able to afford a home right now, partner with a trusted real estate advisor to weigh your options and decide what’s right for you.

Bottom Line
Connect with a trusted real estate agent to make sure you have the latest information available on home prices and mortgage rate expectations. Together you’ll go over what the experts are saying so you can make an informed decision on your move.

Christine Iso Investment Specialist


Equity Union Real Estate



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