Monthly Archives: August 2015

4 ways to get the home you want in a tight market

The housing market is tighter than it has been in years, with home prices rising and houses getting snapped up off the market as soon as they’re put up for sale. This is good news for people who have been … Continue reading

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Millennials are moving out of their parents’ homes

In the wake of the Great Recession, more young adults began to move back home with their parents. There were many reasons for this, including a sluggish economy and high unemployment, and many millennials had just graduated college with high levels … Continue reading

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4 signs you’re ready to sell your home

Deciding to sell your home and move is a major financial and emotional decision, so you should only do it when you’re sure you’re absolutely ready. If you aren’t sure you want to let go of your home, your indecisiveness … Continue reading

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Cost of renting leads millennials to consider buying

In recent years, new job opportunities, falling crime rates and a desire to live in an urban environment have given millennials plenty of reasons to move to U.S. cities. But this population shift has come at a cost — literally. … Continue reading

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Lower FHA premiums draw first-time buyers into the market

According to a new report from real estate database RealtyTrac, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has succeeded in its goals of drawing more young, low-income and first-time homebuyers into the market with lower insurance premiums. The report shows that with … Continue reading

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