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2017 Home Selling Trends

Moving season is back and the market is already showing signs of activity.  If you’re thinking about moving this summer, what kind of market are you likely to find? 642 more words

Buying A Home

Thinking of Selling? Why Now is the Time

It is common knowledge that a large number of homes sell during the spring-buying season. For that reason, many homeowners hold off on putting their homes on the market until then. 217 more words

For Sellers

Home Prices Are Soaring to New Highs

Home Prices Are Soaring to New Highs
Article by Daily Real Estate News | February 10, 2017

Home price appreciation picked up speed in the final three months of 2016, prompting the majority of metro areas to soar to new record highs with home prices, the National Association of REALTORS®’ latest quarterly report reveals. 412 more words

Kenneth Bargers

Photos: Lesson of the Week

Today we are going to have a quick talk about photos :). Too often lately have we seen photos taken by “realtors” WITH THEIR CELL PHONES in the picture. 213 more words

The yearly national stats from the National Association of Realtors® are out!

Existing homes sales closed out 2016 as the best year in a decade. Existing homes include, single family, townhomes, condos, and co-ops. Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, says the housing market’s best year since the Great Recession ended on a healthy but somewhat softer note “Solid job creation throughout 2016 and exceptionally low mortgage rates translated into a good year for the housing market,” he said. 59 more words

Real Estate News

Trump Adm. Moves to Reduce Chances for Real Estate Meltdown

Jan 28, 2017 by  Steve Byas

“What a terrible thing to do to American homeowners,” Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said in reaction to the Trump administration’s reversal of a last-minute action by outgoing Obama administration on the FHA home mortgage insurance rate. 1,375 more words

More millennials buying homes without parents' help

Younger homeowners are increasingly buying first homes, without the Bank of Mom and Dad.

Sometimes they go it alone out of a desire for independence; sometimes it’s a reflection of their parents’ financial realities. 94 more words