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Bankruptcy Clarification Could Give Home-Buying Millennials Options

Student loan debt is one of the major home-buying challenges for the millennial generation. According to a survey by the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR), 83 percent of surveyed millennials said they are delaying their home-buying plans by a median of seven years in direct correlation to their student loan debt. In today’s financial landscape—even […]

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Cultivating Success With Education and Community Outreach

In the following interview, Rosey Koberlein, CEO of Long Realty Company, a member of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® (LeadingRE) in Tucson, Ariz., discusses the advantages of the brand, education, leadership, and more. Region Served: Southern Arizona and areas of Mexico Years in Real Estate: 33 Number of Offices: 15 corporately owned and […]

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Existing-Home Sales Come Up Short

Existing-home sales came up short in January, at their lowest in more than three years, the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) reports. Sales decreased 3.2 percent to 5.38 million, a 4.8 percent decrease from one year prior. Inventory, however, increased 4.1 percent to 1.52 million—but remains 9.5 percent lower than one year prior. “The utter […]

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Experts on Housing Less Optimistic as a Result of Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act is affecting the housing outlook, according to new research. Approximately two-fifths (41 percent) of experts in Zillow’s 2018 Q1 Home Price Expectations Survey have a less optimistic outlook as a result of the reform; 31 percent, however, are more positive. Twenty-eight percent have not amended their forecast at all. […]

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Why Your Mortgage Is Getting More Expensive

(TNS)—World events are conspiring to make it more expensive for you to borrow money to buy a house. Mortgage rates have increased for five consecutive weeks, according to Bankrate data, bringing interest on a 30-year fixed rate loan to 4.44 percent—the highest level in 11 months—while home prices continue to rise due to a lack […]

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Equity Growing in Lowest Tier: Report

Buyer demand is highest for starter supply—and entry-level homes are appreciating faster than others as a result, according to an analysis by Zillow. “When the housing market crashed, owners of the least valuable homes were especially hard hit and lost more home value than homeowners at the upper end of the market,” says Aaron Terrazas, […]

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4 Steps to Real Estate Success With ‘Webinar Wednesdays’ From RPR®

NAR PULSE—Each webinar will cover one essential aspect of your real estate business and show you how to use RPR® data and reports to realize the full potential of every transaction. You’ll hear from REALTORS® who have successfully used the app to lead clients to the closing table, as well as pick up strategies for […]

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Real Estate Outlook: Signs of Recovery
If you've been waiting for rock-solid statistical evidence that the housing market -- and the national economy -- are well along into recovery mode, you definitely got it last week.
30-yr Fixed Mortgages Available at 4.875%, Rates Stable
FreeRateUpdate.com research of wholesale lenders' rate sheets shows conventional 30-yr fixed mortgages available today at 4.875% to well-qualified consumers paying a standard origination fee of .07 to 1 point.
EPA Signs Sustainability Agreement With Major New Jersey Company
Hartz Mountain Industries, Inc., New Jersey's largest real estate development company, has signed an agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to cut energy and water use and to take other steps to reduce the environmental impacts of its retail and commercial properties across the state. Buildings are responsible for close to half of the nation's greenhouse gas pollution. Under the agreement, signed on March 11, Hartz will take steps to promote sustainability in its operations.
Elect the Select
Homeowner associations are designed to be representative democracies governed by a board of directors elected by the members. Electing directors to the board that can thoughtfully govern is extremely important. To accomplish this, elections must be carefully planned, not hatched at the last minute. Here are important components of a successful election process:
Common Buyer Fears
Whether you are a first time home buyer or someone who is looking to move up or down, getting into the market can be a fearful time.
Keeping Seniors Safe from Falls
It happens to all of us -- as we get older, our eyesight and hearing aren't as good as they once were, and our balance and reflexes start to let us down. We start taking medications to treat what ails us, but that may cause dizziness or lightheadedness. That can often lead to a fall, especially if there are tripping hazards in the home.
Undisclosed Short Sale Payments May Lead to Trouble
A recent memorandum from the legal department of the California Association of Realtors® (CAR) warns CAR members as follows: "Undisclosed payments in short sale transactions, especially those paid outside of escrow, may violate the law, including RESPA, laws against loan fraud, and licensing laws."

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The Real Word: What’s next for the Stop Zillow movement?
Are good intentions, $1 million and a distaste for Zillow enough to beat the real estate portal titan? Greg Hague of the Stop Zillow campaign seems to think so. With the launch of a new app BuyerHunt, his proposed solution to real estate’s Zillow problem is unveiled ...
Redfin posts 38% revenue increase to $370M for 2017
In its latest earnings call Thursday, Seattle-based online brokerage Redfin posted a 38 percent year-over-year increase in revenue to $370 million for full-year 2017, resulting in a net loss of $15.0 million for the year, an improvement over its $22.5 million loss in for ...
Keller Williams partners with Nextdoor for data insights
Keller Williams will allow its listings to appear on Nextdoor's pages dedicated to real estate will Nextdoor provides the franchisor with data on what users are talking about ...
These are the best US cities for a fresh start, study finds
If you’ve ever had to move to another city for a job, you’ll know just how difficult relocating your life can be. But some parts of the country may be better suited for newcomers than others ...
Leadership Lens: Consolidate the MLS!
We recently had the opportunity to sit down with James Dwiggins, CEO of progressive real estate franchise NextHome, and pick his brain about his perspective on the future of real estate leadership ...
Indie Broker Summit NY 18: Lead programs to help you stay in the game
Leads are expensive to find and hard to convert, but a broker-owner depends on them to survive ...
Tech Connect NY 18: Live problem solving
One of the many beneficial sessions at Inman Connect New York is “Tech live problem solving” at Tech Connect, where the pros discuss audience queries and work through issues live onstage ...

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