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Why Homes Aren’t Selling

Why Homes Aren’t Selling
March 2, 2010 No Comments »

Home sales have been softer than analysts have predicted, and it’s really no surprise. Prices aren’t really that attractive, even with all the home price declines; affordability is only historically high because mortgage rates are at record low levels. That’s ... Read More »

No Rush to Buy a Home

No Rush to Buy a Home
February 24, 2010 No Comments »

I follow the real estate market pretty intently, and I’ve actually considered purchasing some real estate myself, given the fact that bargains are beginning to emerge. But at the same time, I don’t think there is any rush whatsoever to ... Read More »

Most Undervalued Cities in the United States

Most Undervalued Cities in the United States
February 2, 2010 No Comments »

I already touched upon the most overvalued cities in the United States, so let’s talk about undervalued areas. Those are the ones we might want to invest in, right? As one may have guessed, the hard-hit, foreclosure-riddled Las Vegas metro ... Read More »

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. gathers and ... Read More »

Don’t Buy the Most Expensive House on the Block

December 8, 2009 No Comments »

Buying a home isn’t easy. There are a number of things that can and will go wrong, from the financing falling through, to the appraisal coming in low, to seeing your offer on that dream house get trumped by another ... Read More »

Who Qualifies as a First Time Home Buyer?

November 16, 2009 No Comments »

Real Estate Q&A: “Who qualifies as a first time home buyer?” With all the fuss about the first-time home buyer tax credit, you’re probably wondering if you’re eligible. Well, the tax credit can only be used towards the purchase of ... 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 »

When Will Home Prices Rise?

November 2, 2009 No Comments »

There’s been a ton of talk about home price declines over the past couple years, but now a bit of optimism is starting to shine through, at least in select markets. So, when will home prices rise, and why? ... 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 She said home prices won’t return to their 2006 peak levels until ... Read More »