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A Year After the Hurricanes – How Much Damage is Still Left?

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Just about a year ago, Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria hit the United States, along with Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, and caused a devastating amount of damage. Ever since then, the businesses and economies of the afflicted areas have been struggling to bounce back, and […]

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Trending – The Hottest Neighborhood in the US

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Bernal Heights, a district within San Francisco, may just be the country’s hottest market. Home prices in the area have appreciated 111% in the last 6 years, and houses for sale only spent an average of 16 days on the market. Those that sold, sold for an […]

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The Real Reason You Can’t Find a House for Sale Right Now

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It has become common knowledge that the reason it is hard to find a house in your price range is because the demand for houses is outweighing the supply, driving prices up and making it too hard for people to move into their next home. But, there […]

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Real Estate Term of the Day – Pocket Listing

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A pocket listing is a real estate listing that is retained by a broker or salesperson and is not made available to other brokers in the office or to other MLS members. These are sometimes referred to as exclusive listings. Usually, when a real estate professional is […]

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Freddie Mac Wants to Cap Rent Increases

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Freddie Mac, the country’s largest apartment loan backer, is introducing a new program that will offer lower-cost financing to owners who agree to cap rent increases for the duration of their loan. This is going to function similarly to rent control, the goal being to keep units […]

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Trending – Palm Beach County

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Just like in many other parts of the country, home prices are climbing in Palm Beach County, FL. But, in the second quarter of 2018, the prices have gotten so high that affordability in the area has been reported at a 10-year low. According to the Wells […]

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Is the Midwest the Best?

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According to Realtor.com, if you want to buy a home, you should go to the Midwest. As recently as July, there has been a big shift in interest away from pricey markets in California and New England towards more affordable markets in the rest of the country, […]

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5 Real Estate Web Design Elements that Will Get You More Leads

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Having an online presence is extremely important to growing your business, especially if you are trying to increase your lead pool. Over90% of home buyers start their search online, so you want to make sure your website is catching any potential clients that land on it and […]

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Real Estate Term of the Day – Landominium

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“Landominium” is a term used to describe an instance in which, in a housing development, an owner has possession of both the unit and the land on which it is built. Usually, in condominium or developed neighborhoods, the land on which the building stands is owned by […]

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10 House Hunting Red Flags

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When you are looking for a new home, it is easy to be swept off your feet by good staging, a view, or even a trendy neighborhood. But, it is incredible important to do a thorough inspection of a home when you get to tour it, especially […]

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