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From Empty Nest to Full House… Multigenerational Families Are Back!

Multigenerational homes are coming back in a big way! In the 1950s, about 21%, or 32.2 million Americans shared a roof with their grown children or parents. 398 more words

For Buyers

NAR Releases Findings of HOME Survey

James Burbach, a real estate professional, serves as a broker associate at Keller Williams Realty Mooresville in North Carolina. Moreover, James Burbach is a member of the National Association of Realtors (NAR). 178 more words

James Burbach

Winter Is Coming… 5 Reasons to Sell Now!

People across the country are beginning to think about what their life will look like next year. It happens every fall; we ponder whether we should relocate to a different part of the country to find better year-round weather, or perhaps move across the state for better job opportunities. 582 more words

For Sellers

NAR Reports Show Now Is a Great Time to Sell!

We all realize that the best time to sell anything is when demand is high and the supply of that item is limited. The last two major reports issued by the… 510 more words

For Sellers

US Home Sales Reach Strongest Pace In Nearly A Decade

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Americans bought homes in October at the fastest pace in nearly decade, helped out by low mortgage rates that have since started to climb following the presidential election of Donald Trump. 109 more words


Interest Rates Remain at Historic Lows… But for How Long?

The interest rate you pay on your home mortgage has a direct impact on your monthly payment; The higher the rate, the greater your payment will be. 230 more words

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Sunnyvale VOTE YES on Measure M

Why is a Chicago-based super-PAC spending so much money to defeat a local land measure?

See how Sunnyvale Measure M will protect our public lands. How would you feel if the nation’s second-largest super-PAC pumped money into defeating a Sunnyvale public land measure? 272 more words

City Of Sunnyvale Measure M