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Mortgage News Roundup: December 19, 2014

December 19, 2014 These stories about the housing market and mortgage laws reveal the latest updates of 2014.

It’s that time of the week again. The year might be coming to a close, but mortgage news never stops, and you deserve to know every recent development when it happens. This roundup is meant to be used as your resource. We stay on top of the latest headlines so you don’t need to, and […]

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5 Reasons to Sell Your Home During The Holidays

December 17, 2014 If you think buyers disappear for winter, think again. Here are 5 reasons to sell your home during the holidays.

Traditional real estate advice will tell you the housing market falls off when the leaves do. Labor Day arrives, the seasons change, and apparently no one wants to buy a home until spring. Obviously, that isn’t true, but the belief is so engrained that many sellers take their homes off the market for most of […]

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5 Home Seller Decorating Tips for the Holidays

December 10, 2014 Decor should draw eyes toward the best qualities of your home—and away from the worst.

Tis the season for holiday decorations. Banks, public parks, and just about every one of your neighbors have probably done something to commemorate the time of year. Whether it’s a wreath or plastic Santa or full-scale light show, many homeowners adorn their houses with festive decor, which is usually fun but sometimes tricky if you’re also […]

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How the Columbus Housing Market Turned Around

November 20, 2014 With higher rent, more Columbus residents are saving money by buying a home.

Things are looking good for the Columbus housing market. With a strengthening local economy and recent uptick in home sales, Ohio real estate is suddenly much more desirable—and valuable—than it has been for decades. The city has really turned around from its Great Recession days, even its pre-recession days, and its real estate market demonstrates the most […]

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A Realistic Real Estate Forecast for Denver in the Coming Months

November 17, 2014 Here's what you need to know about Denver real estate for the coming months.

For most of 2014, Denver’s housing market has just looked up, up, up. Home values and sales prices continually increased, inventory has kept demand high, and plans for new construction are underway throughout the city. So what’s next? The latest statistics reveal a changing market. Even in the coming months, the rapid appreciation of home values is […]

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When to Negotiate, When to Close, and When to Just Move On

November 14, 2014 No matter how much you may want to buy a home, you can't go out of your price range.

Buying a home can be stressful and exciting and infuriating, all at once. It’s a major life decision, so it inevitably comes with some frustration. On the worst days, though, it can completely feel impossible—especially if you’re dealing with an impossible seller. They’re out there: sellers who seem like they don’t even want to sell their home. […]

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What Jacksonville’s Recovery Means for Homebuyers

November 06, 2014 As Jacksonville's economy continues to grow, you need to know the three ways it's going to affect the housing market

“Back on track” is how Jacksonville’s Daily Record described the local economy. During the recession, the city was hit particularly hard, which is why residents are especially happy to learn that its recovery is moving faster than the national average. A strong local economy is good for everyone in Jacksonville, but homebuyers have been waiting to […]

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