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Comments Off on Housing Markets Improving in All 50 States

Housing Markets Improving in All 50 States

The number of improving real estate markets continued to expand for a sixth consecutive month to a total of 259 metropolitan areas on the National Association of Home Builders/First American Improving Markets Index (IMI) for February, released on Wednesday. This is up from 242 markets listed as improving in January, and includes entrants [...]
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Study Shows Snapshots Can Boost Home’s Sale Price

A recent study at Florida International University’s Hollo School of Real Estate found that the addition of at least one picture showcasing a residential real estate property listing on the web can drive up the closing sales price by as much as 3.9 percent. More than 4,000 homes were included in the study, which [...]
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Are Multi-Family Homes Multiple Headaches?

If you’re considering purchasing a multi-family home, you may be wondering how many problems it’s going to have. There is no reason why a building like this has to be any more trouble than a single-family residence. It all comes down to vetting your individual renters as they apply for apartments. As long [...]
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Foreclosure Reports and Where to Find Them

Foreclosure reports are a great tool for tracking down real estate deals before they expire. Rather than wait until a house has been purchased by some out-of-state investor, you can be on the cutting edge of things. This kind of insider information makes all the difference between owning a great property and just [...]
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HOA Rules & Fees of Home Ownership

If you’ve never bought a house under the management of a homeowner’s association, their rules and limitations could be completely unfamiliar. Most home buyers look forward to making their own choices when it comes to paint, outside features and anything they build on the property lot. However, if you move into a community [...]
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Improve Your Home Safety Right Now!

Home safety is the most important feature of any house you buy. This is a place where your family is supposed to feel comfortable and safe. If you don’t take the time to manage this now, it could be too late after something has gone wrong. Rather than wait until your house is [...]
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Inspect Your New Home…with a List!

It’s easy to walk through a house and notice all the obvious features. Walls that need paint, doors that are unlevel and floors that need repairs should be items that immediately pop into view. This is great for the general walk through as far as the condition of the home. However, when it comes [...]
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Home Ownership & Maintenance Costs

When you buy a house, you probably know there will be future maintenance costs. Even if you purchase a brand new home, things will eventually break down. If you ignore regular maintenance routines, these costs could significantly increase. Make a Plan for House Maintenance In order to avoid this, it’s best to put a [...]
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The Language of Buying a Home

Buying a home can be stressful for several reasons, but one is trying to understand the various terms that are used by realtors and in documents. Trying to understand these on your own can be difficult if you’ve never purchased a house before or talked to a loan officer. In order to have confidence as [...]
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Buying a House for Rental Income

Would you like to make money in real estate? Have you ever considered renting out an additional home? This is a great way to start creating additional income without working for every penny. However, before you find your first renter, you must first prepare the house for new residents. Before you start interviewing potential [...]