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Meridian Premier Homes and Coldwell Banker Collins-Maury Host Grand Opening of Southbranch, a Highly Anticipated New-Home Community; Olive Branch Mayor Adams Headlines the Celebration

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Wendy Dube Phone: 760-415-4994 Email: [email protected] Meridian Premier Homes and Coldwell Banker Collins-Maury Host Grand Opening of Southbranch, a Highly Anticipated New-Home Community; Olive Branch Mayor Adams Headlines the Celebration Phase 1 homes now selling; Model home and Sales Center now open OLIVE BRANCH, Miss., Dec. 13, 2023 – Meridian Premier Homes (MPH), a Memphis-grown homebuilder renowned for its commitment to high quality, exceptional value, and customer service excellence, together with its sales partner, Coldwell Banker Collins-Maury, one of Memphis’ top-producing real estate brokerages, today marked the grand opening of Southbranch. Nestled within walking distance of the highly regarded Pleasant Hill Elementary, Southbranch introduces 60 single-family residences on generously sized 1/2-acre-plus lots. Phase 1 homes are now available for purchase with prices starting in the high $300,000s. Olive Branch Mayor Ken Adams, city officials, Ambassadors from the Olive Branch Chamber of Commerce, bankers, and real-estate professionals from across the Memphis region gathered to celebrate the grand opening. The event included a ceremonial ribbon-cutting and remarks from Mayor Adams and Meridian Premier Homes Co-Founder and Principal Jeff King. Following the speeches, attendees had the opportunity to tour the community’s 2,800-plus square foot model home located at

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You're Invited to the Grand Opening of Southbranch

Meridian Premier Homes invites you to the grand opening of Southbranch, our newest community in Olive Branch, Mississippi, on December 13. This is your chance to tour our model home and experience the quality of our construction for yourself. See flyer for details.

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Are the Top 3 Housing Market Questions on Your Mind?

When it comes to what’s happening in the housing market, there’s a lot of confusion going around right now. You may hear one thing in conversation with your friends, see something totally different on the news, and read something on social media that contradicts both of those thoughts. And, if you’re thinking about making a move, that can leave you with a lot of lingering questions. That’s where a trusted local real estate agent comes in. Here are the top 3 questions people are asking about today’s housing market, and the data to help answer them. 1. What’s Next for Mortgage Rates? Mortgage rates are higher than they’ve been in recent years. And, if you’re looking to buy a home, that impacts how much you can afford. That’s why so many buyers want to know what’s ahead for mortgage rates. The answer to that question is: no one can say for certain, but here’s what we know based on historical trends. There’s a long-standing relationship between mortgage rates and inflation. Basically, when inflation is high, mortgage rates tend to follow suit. Over the past year, inflation was up, so mortgage rates were as well. But inflation is easing now. And

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The Latest 2024 Housing Market Forecast

The new year is right around the corner, and you might be wondering if 2024 will be the right time to buy or sell a home. If you want to make the most informed decision possible, it’s important to know what the experts have to say about what’s ahead for the housing market. Spoiler alert: the projections may be better than you think. Here’s why. Experts Forecast Ongoing Home Price Appreciation Take a look at the latest home price forecasts from Fannie Mae, the Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), and the National Association of Realtors (NAR): As you can see in the orange bars on the left, on average, experts forecast prices will end this year up about 2.8% overall, and increase by another 1.5% by the end of 2024. That’s big news, considering so many people thought prices would crash this year. The truth is, prices didn’t come tumbling way down in 2023, and that’s because there just weren’t enough homes for sale compared to the number of people who wanted or needed to buy them, and that inventory crunch is still very real. This is the general rule of supply and demand, and it continues to put upward pressure

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