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Date registered: July 5, 2012

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  1. Home Buying Power Remains In Motion Depsite Rising Mortgage Rates — December 7, 2018
  2. NAHB Reports Lowest Builder Confidence Reading Since 2014 — December 6, 2018
  3. Mortgage Challenges For Self-Employed Home Buyers — December 5, 2018
  4. Buy Or Build Your Home? 5 Factors To Consider — December 4, 2018
  5. What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – December 3rd, 2018 — December 3, 2018

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Nov 06

Real Estate Crowdfunding Investment Is Trending

Although the real estate market is currently booming, the last housing bubble burst remains relatively fresh in investors’ minds and that has many taking a long look at crowdfunding. One of the lessons that came out of the burst and ensuing Great Recession was that investors were blind to where their money went. If you …

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Nov 05

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – November 5th, 2018

Last week’s economic news included readings for Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, Commerce Department readings on construction spending and the University of Michigan’s reading on consumer confidence. Labor sector reports on jobs growth and the national unemployment rate were posted along with weekly readings on mortgage rates and first-time jobless claims. Case-Shiller: Home Price Growth Lowest …

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Nov 02

Could Fed Interest Rate Hike Help Home Buyers?

News of the Federal Reserve hiking interest rates appears to have caused unnecessary panic among people poised to purchase a first home or a larger one for a growing family. Headlines and news reports that talk about interest rates being at their highest since 2014 can be alarming. Announcements from the Fed that rates would …

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Nov 01

3 Budgeting Tips to Help Make Your New Mortgage Payments Easier

Buying a new home is an exciting time, but excitement can easily turn to stress if there isn’t enough money to pay the monthly mortgage bill. The added expense can take some time to get used to, but there are ways to make the payments easier, especially in those first few months when money is …

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Oct 31

5 Reasons To Sell Your Home This Fall

Though the real estate business never stops, most people associate its busy periods of the year with the spring and summer seasons. And while this is true to a large extent, those who think that selling a home in the fall is a bad decision are sorely mistaken. Just as families want to get into …

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Oct 30

NAHB: Builder Confidence in Housing Market Ticks Up in October

Home builder confidence in national housing market conditions rose one index point for a reading of 68 in October. Readings over 50 indicate that most builders are confident about market conditions. Rolling three-month averages showed mixed results. The Northeastern region gained three points for an index reading of 57; the Midwestern region lost two index …

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Oct 29

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – October 29th, 2018

Last week’s economic news included readings on sales of new homes and pending home sales. A reading on consumer sentiment was also released along with weekly reports on mortgage rates and new jobless claims. Sales of New Homes Slide to Near 2 – Year Low According to Commerce Department readings on new home sales, the …

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Oct 26

Winterizing Your Yard: 3 Landscape Tips

In some parts of the country, it has already started snowing! But, even if you live in an area with a moderate climate, your lawn and garden are about to take a “winter break.” Here are 3 tips to assure that your yard will not only survive the winter, but flourish during the dormant season. …

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Oct 25

Tech Jobs Driving House Flipping Projects

Reality TV shows about house flipping make it look easy. But behind every lucrative renovation project, there are factors that impact profitability such as buying price, labor costs, unforeseen setbacks and perhaps most importantly, location. There is no escaping the old real estate adage of “location, location, location.” Home-flipping entrepreneurs must take into account whether …

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Oct 24

4 Things You Should Know About Easements, Right Of Ways

Robert Frost once wrote that “Good fences make good neighbors.” The poet was not referring to people bonding over the task of mending fences. Rather, defined boundaries are an important facet of neighborly relationships. Without clearly defined property lines and rights, otherwise good people too often become embroiled in land disputes. That’s why a basic …

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