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ARE FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYERS THE NEW PRIVILEGED CLASS?

Buying a home used to be a given. After high school, you went to college and got a job. Maybe you got married. Then you smiled for the camera in front of the “sold” sign on the front lawn of your charming starter home. 218 more words

A first-time buyer's guide to home ownership

Home ownership may be the most important investment in a buyer’s life, and first-time buyers have more to look forward to with the market back on the rise. 1,174 more words

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Do You Know How Much Equity You Have In Your Home? You May Be Surprised!

CoreLogic’s latest Equity Report revealed that 256,000 properties regained equity in the third quarter of 2015. This is great news for the country, as 92% of all mortgaged properties are now in a positive equity situation. 406 more words

Real Estate

More Homes Built for Roommates

We are seeing more homes built with two master suites as non-related individuals are sharing their resources and buying homes together.

Roommates are becoming more common place and agents expect to see a rise in this style of housing. 281 more words

Trends

Final 2015 Housing Numbers Now In

Many have questioned the stability of certain sectors of the U.S. Economy, one section in particular is the housing market. Today we would like to share how the experts feel about how we ended 2015 and where they think we are headed in 2016. 167 more words

Homes

Segregation: Built in the City's Foundation

Though racial segregation across the country is declining, Chicago remains in the running for most segregated city in America. 898 more words

Flipping houses? Expect to face tax on 100% of your profits

News reports of insider trading and house flipping among some Metro Vancouver real estate agents has led B.C.’s Superintendent of Real Estate, Carolyn Rogers, to launch an investigation into the matter. 556 more words

Mortgages & Real Estate