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Cozy: A Free and Easy Way to ...

If you’re a landlord, you undoubtedly explored the question of how best to collect the rent each month. Do you ask for a check, does ...

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These days, it’s not uncommon for homes to be sold over asking. In fact, real estate agents are quick to point out this fact once ...

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While tiny homes might be all the rage right now, you’re probably better off avoiding one. It’s hard enough to live with your lovely and ...

Don’t List Your Home for Less Than ...

Here’s another quick and painless listing tip to avoid unwanted scrutiny when selling your home. And it’s an easy one to follow. In short, don’t ...

How to Make Your Real Estate Listing ...

Redfin’s Hot Home Feature Can Make Your Listing Fly Off the Shelf If you’re in the market to buy or sell a home, you’ve likely ...

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Fannie Mae Says Housing to Bottom Out at End of 2008

September 27, 2007 No Comments »

Fannie Mae Chief Executive Daniel Mudd said in an interview today in Washington that the housing slump will continue longer than earlier anticipated, estimating a downward trend beyond 2008. Mudd said that home prices would fall 2 to 4 percent ... Read More »

Top 10 Riskiest US Housing Markets

July 31, 2007 No Comments »

Forbes recently released another top 10 list, this time the “top 10 riskiest U.S. Housing Markets”. The level of risk is based on a number of factors, including percentage of homeowners with an adjustable-rate mortgage, percentage of homeowners with a ... Read More »

$135 Million Dollar Home for Sale

July 3, 2007 No Comments »

Who wants it? The Aspen, Colorado home of a Saudi Arabian prince has been listed on the market for $135 million dollars. The home is the most expensive single-family residence property listed in the United States, a 95 acre estate ... Read More »

Top Ten Cities For Home Buyers

June 30, 2007 No Comments »

Forbes.com released a list of the top ten markets for home buyers today. The list was based mainly on real estate supply and demand, with markets showing an oversupply and low sales rate topping the list. Using data from Moody’s ... Read More »

Home Prices Post Biggest Drop in 16 Years

June 26, 2007 No Comments »

According to a housing index released Tuesday by Standard & Poor’s, home prices in the U.S. fell for a 17th straight month. During April, the S&P/Case-Shiller index that covers 10 U.S. cities fell 2.7 percent from year-ago levels, making it ... Read More »

Home Sales Slowest in 4 Years

June 26, 2007 No Comments »

For a third straight month, sales of existing homes fell in May, to the lowest level in four years while the median sales price declined for a record 10th consecutive month. In even more bad news, the inventory of unsold ... Read More »

Top 500 Foreclosure Zip Codes

June 21, 2007 No Comments »

Realtytrac.com released the statistics of the top 500 zip codes throughout the United States with foreclosure listings. The list is ordered by the “total foreclosure listings” per zip code. It is important to note what part of the process most ... Read More »

The Real Beverly Hills 90210 House

The Real Beverly Hills 90210 House
June 19, 2007 1 Comment »

Yes it’s cool, but no, the 90210 house isn’t really in Beverly Hills, California. Or even close to it. Well, at least it’s in the same state. That’s a start, right? The picture above is a screen shot of the ... Read More »

Top 10 Foreclosure Markets

June 19, 2007 No Comments »

According to RealtyTrac data, which we all know can be a bit deceiving, Business 2.0 put together a list of the top ten cities with the highest foreclosure rate. 1. Greeley, Colorado Portion of households in foreclosure: 0.59% 2. Detroit, ... Read More »

Home Builder Index Hits 16-Year Low

June 18, 2007 No Comments »

The NAHB/Wells Fargo Housing Market index dipped two points to 28 in June, the lowest level since February of 1991 when it bottomed out at 27. The National Association of Home Builders cited a difficult lending environment along with higher ... Read More »