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  1. Garage Organization Ideas For Your New Home — February 19, 2019
  2. 5 Ways Bridge Loans Help Real Estate Investors Increase Profits — February 18, 2019
  3. How To Keep Your Pets Safe During Your Home Sale — February 15, 2019
  4. How To Handle Common Homeowner Challenges — February 14, 2019
  5. 3 Green and Gorgeous Trends in Home Design — February 13, 2019

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Jan 14

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – January 14th, 2019

Last week’s economic reports included remarks by Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell, readings on inflation and core inflation. Weekly readings on mortgage rates and first-tome jobless claims were also released. If the government shutdown continues, it is expected to impact release dates for readings from federal government agencies. Federal Reserve Watches and Waits on Interest …

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Jan 04

How Tech Can Change the Real Estate Process

Virtual reality, artificial intelligence and drone video are just a few of the ways that technology is changing the real estate industry. If you are in the market for a property, understanding these new processes can help you in many ways. Using Artificial Intelligence Doing business with an AI-infused process helps you more quickly identify …

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Jan 03

4 Reasons Why Home Ownership Is Better Than Renting

Are you trying to decide if you should rent or buy? There are many reasons why home ownership is better than renting. Here are just a few to consider when you’re making your decision. 1. Stability For Your Family When you own your home, the life of your family will be more stable. If you …

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Jan 02

FOMC Raises Key Rate, Forecasts 2 Rate Hikes in 2019

During its post-meeting statement, the Federal Open Market Committee of the Federal Reserve announced that its target range for the Fed’s key interest rate would increase one quarter percent to 2.25 to 2.50 percent. While this rate hike was not expected by the Executive branch, it met analyst expectations. FOMC said in its customary post-meeting …

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Jan 01

What is the Multifamily Market in 2019 Looking Like?

A growing supply of housing, volatility in the marketplace and risks in the development process all affected the multifamily market in 2018. In 2019, these three factors will continue to move the needle. The Housing Supply Markets like Boston, Seattle and Nashville are growing supply faster than demand. From 2015 to 2017, developers were building …

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Dec 31

What’s Ahead For Mortgage Rates This Week – December 31st, 2018

Last week’s economic reports included readings from Case-Shiller Housing Market Indices, National Association of Realtors® on pending home sales and weekly readings on mortgage rates and new jobless claims. The Commerce Department’s reading on sales of new homes was delayed due to the federal government’s shutdown. Case-Shiller: Home Price Growth Lowest in Two Years Home …

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Dec 21

How The Title Search Works

A title search is an early warning system for buyers and lenders. It reveals flaws the owner must resolve prior to a closing or refinance request. This allows the owner to clear any clouds on the title so that the process can move forward. Also, it protects the buyer or lender from assuming an obligation …

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Dec 20

5 Home Design Trends To Watch Out In 2019

Home design trends continue to change at supersonic speeds. With New Year right around the corner, the home design world is focusing on trends that will probably reign big in 2019. So, as you make your annual resolutions or consider revamping your home, it’s worth knowing them. After all, we all adore coming back to …

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Dec 19

Why a Buyer Needs An Independent Inspection at Closing

Many sellers hire inspectors and appraisers to value their home prior to placing it on the market. It’s important for buyers to hire their own inspector to get an independent opinion. If a buyer orders an inspection before the sale goes through, the seller may have to resolve any issues that arise. If you forego …

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Dec 18

6 Ways To Find the Right Neighborhood For Your Lifestyle

Choosing a neighborhood you live in is almost as important as the house you buy. The right neighborhood can make your house feel even more like a home. But how do you find the right neighborhood to shop for your next home? 1. Evaluate Your Own Lifestyle The first step in finding the right neighborhood …

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