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Jan
20
2020
Favorable Conditions Push Signed Contracts Higher
The number of Americans who signed contracts to buy homes in November was higher than the month before, according to new numbers from the National Association of Realtors.  In fact, the NAR's Pending Home Sales Index – which measures contract signings not closings...
Jan
15
2020
The Ultimate Home Shopping Guide for First-Time Homebuyers
Are you buying a house for the first time? Not knowing what to expect can make things unnecessarily overwhelming and daunting. To help reduce the stress of the unknown, we've broken down the timeline to buying a home in this step-by-step guide. Keep in mind that this is just a general...
Jan
12
2020
Will The Inventory Crunch Continue In 2020?
Obviously, the number of homes available for sale is important. After all, it has a big impact on affordability.  These days there are too few homes for sale in many markets and the resulting inventory crunch has pushed home prices higher. But many recent housing market forecasts...
Jan
10
2020
What to Expect When Buying a Foreclosed Home
Foreclosed homes are some of the best home purchase deals you can find but that doesn’t mean that you should through caution to the wind when considering purchasing a foreclosed home.    In fact, some foreclosed homes can end up costing you more money (or headaches)...
Jan
06
2020
New Home Prices Fall To Lowest Level Since 2017
There are several reasons new homes tend to be more expensive than previously owned homes. One is that they're new.  You're going to pay more for any house that has updated fixtures and features, let alone one where everything in it is brand new. But though new homes generally go for a...
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