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Most Overvalued Cities in the United States

Most Overvalued Cities in the United States
January 28, 2010 No Comments »

Plenty has changed over the past four years in the real estate world. Home prices have plummeted, large banks and mortgage lenders have gone out of business, and millions have received foreclosure notices. But as the dust begins to settle, ... Read More »

Top Investment Real Estate Markets for 2010

January 13, 2010 No Comments »

If you’re in the market for an investment property, you may be wondering where to buy in 2010. Well, a company that specializes in analyzing the “best” investment properties could make your search a little bit easier. FinestExpert.com gathers and ... Read More »

Home Prices Sold in My Neighborhood

November 10, 2009 No Comments »

If you want a good idea as to what your home might sell for, or what one may cost, you need to go local; forget about national home prices. Who cares if home prices are falling in Denver if they’re ... Read More »

U.S. Home Prices to Return to Peak in 2020

September 21, 2009 No Comments »

There’s been plenty of talk of a housing bottom, but home prices may not rebound for another decade, according to a report from Celia Chen of Moody’s Economy.com. She said home prices won’t return to their 2006 peak levels until ... Read More »

Are Home Prices Still Falling?

August 31, 2009 No Comments »

More real estate Q&A: “Are home prices still falling?” Lately, a lot of Americans have been wondering if the home price carnage is going to continue throughout 2009, or finally turn around now that’s there been an uptick in home ... Read More »

Is Real Estate Still a Good Investment?

August 11, 2009 No Comments »

A friend of mine recently asked, “Is real estate still a good investment?” I paused for a moment, and then we had a long discussion about it. On the surface, without thinking too deeply, real estate is always a good ... Read More »

Do Real Estate Agents Make Good Money?

July 9, 2009 1 Comment »

Everyone seems to be interested in real estate, mainly because you can make a lot of money without too much education. In other words, you can make the same money doctors and lawyers make without going to school for a ... Read More »

New Home Sales Slip Lower in May

June 25, 2009 No Comments »

You know it’s bad news when the home builders are pessimistic… Sales of newly built, single-family homes declined less a percent to a seasonally adjusted 342,000 units last month, but were off more than 30 percent from a year ago, ... Read More »

More Expensive Homes May Not Bottom Until 2012

June 17, 2009 No Comments »

Having a super expensive home is generally viewed as a good thing, but the priciest homes in the nation may also take the longest time to recover. A pair of JPMorgan Chase analysts told Bloomberg they believe homes priced over ... Read More »

New York Home Prices Predicted to Fall Another 40 Percent

June 16, 2009 No Comments »

New York metro area home prices are expected to fall another 40.6 percent from the first quarter of 2009, according to Deutsche Bank. It’s actually an improvement from an earlier prediction, when home prices were slated to fall 47.4 percent, ... Read More »