Monthly Archives: June 2016

Beyond Curb Appeal

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May 2016 Real Estate Activities

        May was more of a “normal” month as far as sold activities go. There were 13 all together, including one private sale. The highest sold was $6.38m on Oxford for $1,303/sqft, while the lowest sold was … Continue reading

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Cultivating Trust

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Does the middle class life cost more than it used to?

It’s called the “middle-class squeeze” — that feeling that it’s harder and harder for a middle-class family to make it in today’s economy. Click here to read article.

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71 Percent Believe Student Debt Delays Homeownership, NAR Finds

Seventy-one percent of non-homeowners repaying their student loans on time believe their debt is stymieing their ability to purchase a home, and slightly over half of all borrowers say they expect to be delayed from buying by more than five … Continue reading

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The Renter’s Dilemma

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Mortgage Applications Rise over 9 Percent

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 June 3, 2016. Results include an adjustment to account for the Memorial Day holiday. … Continue reading

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4 Tips to Maintain Your New Home’s Value

Unfortunately, you can’t just expect to buy a home and have its value automatically rise along with inflation and the home market as a whole – Unless you live in downtown Manhattan! Click here to read article.

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What the Remodel Reveals

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Student Debt: How it Impacts Housing

Having student loan debt doesn’t deny your approval for a mortgage loan right off the bat, but it can definitely be one of the factors that can make or break your application. Click here to read article.

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