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13 Decorating Tips for Short-Term Renters

Decorating a temporary space is always a dilemma. You want to feel at home, but when you know the space won’t be home for long, it can be hard to justify a large investment. 92 more words

As First-Time Buyers Flood Market, Home Supplies Get Scarce

Current Mortgage Rates Stoke U.S. Home Sales

With current mortgage rates hovering near 4 percent, U.S. home sales remain strong.

In May, despite a scarce supply of homes for sale, existing home sales tallied 5.35 million — a 22-month best. 804 more words

Knesset approves Kahlon's tax increases on apartments for investment

By Niv Elis

The Knesset on Monday approved Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon’s plan to increase taxes on apartments, a move intended to steer existing apartments out of the rental market and onto the sales market. 377 more words

Beit Shemesh

VB Development Authority Approves Next Steps for New Entertainment Complex

The City of Virginia Beach has been working with Peterson Companies to develop VA ViBe!, a 230,000-square-foot entertainment project in the resort area.

Today, the Virginia Beach Development Authority approved a 12-month extension of the exclusive negotiation period with the company to develop terms that will move the project forward. 487 more words

GTA REALTORS® RELEASE MID-MONTH (JUNE) RESALE HOUSING FIGURES

TORONTO, June 16, 2015 – Toronto Real Estate Board President Paul Etherington announced that Greater Toronto Area REALTORS® reported 5,661 home sales through TREB’s MLS® System during the first two weeks of June 2015. 192 more words

Marvellous Markets

Gayborhoods: Real estate's mysterious same-sex couple premium

For many years, a perplexing phenomenon has made its way into real estate markets across the country: where there is a high concentration of same-sex couples, real estate tends to be more expensive and appreciate in value faster. 460 more words

Finance

7 Mortgage Loans For Today’s Low- And No-Downpayment Buyers (Updated For 2015)

You Don’t Need A 20% Down Payment

Housing is on the mend.

Since the start of 2012, home values are up nearly thirty percent nationwide. Unfortunately, rents are rising just as fast. 1,404 more words