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Buying with Cash Brings Huge Discount, RealtyTrac Report Shows All-cash buyers of single family homes and condos nationwide paid 23 percent less per square foot than all homebuyers, but that cash buyers in 9 percent of local housing markets paid a premium Read More...
Stock Market Volatility Good for Some Housing Markets, Bad for Others Instead of starting with a bang, 2016 kicked off with a plunge. On the first day of trading, Jan. 4, the American indexes recorded the biggest losses ever for a year-opening session. Read More...
Simple Tips to Unclutter the Garage and Set the Stage for a Successful Sale When selling a home, staging is an important piece of the puzzle that can’t be overlooked. From the kitchen to the bedrooms and bathrooms, staging is a great way to make Read More...
Winning: Mortgage Rates Look Good for Spring Buying Season Mortgage rates moved higher for the second week in a row, while also only posting the second increase this year. This makes mortgage rates very attractive for the upcoming spring home buying season, Read More...
The Top 6 Landscape Design Trends for 2016 Lux lighting and edible arrangements are on the rise this year, according to the National Association of Landscape Professionals' list of the top landscape design trends for 2016, a gathering of data based Read More...
Mortgage Moves: Rates Drop, Refi Applications Surge Mortgage applications increased 9.3 percent from one week earlier, according to data from the Mortgage Bankers Association's (MBA) Weekly Mortgage Applications Survey for the week ending February Read More...
Rent Prediction: Prices Flatten in 2016 Rent appreciation will level off over the next 12 months, slowing to an annual rate of 1.1 percent by December 2016, according to the new Zillow® Rent Forecast. The national Zillow Rent Index at the end of 2016 Read More...
Get the Best ROI with Your Next Home Improvement Project Home is where the heart is, but sometimes it’s also where a homeowner’s savings plan comes into account. Homeowners may have a long wish list of home renovations and projects, and sometimes Read More...
U.S. Home Values Gained $1.1 Trillion in 2015 The value of all homes nationwide grew $1.1 trillion in 2015, and is expected to end the year at $28.5 trillion total. The value of the entire housing stock grew 4.1 percent over the past year, slower than Read More...
Wildlfire Danger Update: Is Your Home One of 46 Million at Risk? By John Voket Last year, I began following the issue of wildfire threats and the potential risks more property owners may be taking as they move into areas designated as Wildland-Urban Interface Read More...
6 Easy Ways to Rejuvenate Your Kitchen By David Glenn From installing new cabinet doors to renovating old furnishings, there are many ways to modernize and brighten your kitchen without committing to a complete renovation. Painting, changing cabinet doors Read More...
America's Rental Housing 2015: Record Number of Renter Households Face Severe Affordability Issues Multifamily housing construction has accelerated to its fastest pace in nearly 30 years but has still not been sufficient to meet surging demand. Rental Read More...
Foreclosure Starts at Lowest Level in More Than 10 Years Foreclosure filings — default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions — were reported on 104,111 U.S. properties in November, a decrease of nearly 10 percent from the previous Read More...
HUD and VA Team up to Help Homeless Vets Find Permanent Homes The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) and the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) recently announced a nearly $12 million to 79 local public housing agencies across Read More...
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