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Rent Burden On The Rise

The world has changed and renting has changed right along with it. Renting has long been the traditional first-step toward home ownership and, in later life, a lifestyle-simplifying option for long-term property owners intent on liberating equity. “Click here to … Continue reading

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How Much Commute Is Too Much Commute?

Rising home prices send buyers further out of the city in search of an affordable home – or more home than they can swing closer to where they had rather be. It’s an age-old tale and one that forces buyers … Continue reading

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6 Surprising Benefits Of Buying Or Selling Your Home In The Fall

Seeing fewer for-sale signs now that summer is over? That can be great news for buyers who are looking to score a new home and buyers who want to get rid of their place and buy a new one. If … Continue reading

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5 Popular Home Trends by Region

Growth in home renovations and remodels has been steady since 2012, and the Residential Remodeling Index predicts continued growth into the future. Many renovations are trending from coast to coast, such as installations to increase energy efficiency, sustainability and security. There are … Continue reading

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City Or Suburbs: Where Should You Buy A Home?

Getting ready to buy your first home? You’re probably caught in that age-old dilemma of whether to buy in the city or move to the suburbs. There are plenty of reports out there that detail how millennials want to stay … Continue reading

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Five Key Questions For Home Sellers

Are you having trouble deciding whether or not to sell your real estate – home, recreational property, investment property? It’s not the length of time you’ve lived in or owned a property that determines when it’s time to sell. There’s … Continue reading

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C.A.R. releases its 2016 housing market forecast

California home sales to increase slightly, while prices post slowest gain in five years. Click here to read article.

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U.S. Construction Spending Hits a New Postrecession High

U.S. construction spending rose to the highest level in more than seven years in July, suggesting that the housing market and business investment can help underpin economic growth amid turbulence outside American borders. Click here to read article.

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Will Bitcoin Buyers Break into the Housing Market?

Digital currencies continue to take hold in real estate – this time, across the Atlantic. RE/MAX London recently announced a trial program with payment platform GoCoin that will support digital currency payments on property rentals throughout the country. Click here … Continue reading

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Could Obama’s immigration initiative boost the housing market?

About a year ago, President Obama showed up at a Phoenix high school to promote changes to immigration law, just as he did Friday at a high school in Las Vegas, where he worked to rally support for his decision to … Continue reading

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