The housing market in the United States was built around the subdivision and the automobile. Until 2011, the rate of...
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As expected, the recent spike in mortgage rates has led to wild new proposals to solve the ongoing mortgage crisis. The latest proposal comes from Arizona businessman Kenneth Wm. Parker, owner of Parker Properties/Parker Development, who has introduced the so-called â4/40 for Freedom Loan.â Itâs essentially a government-backed mortgage set at a four percent interest [&hellip
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Since earlier this year we've been talking a lot about the $8000 first time homebuyer tax credit that was passed as a part of the 2009 Economic Stimulus Package. The credit has been available for first time homebuyers since January 1st, and will continue to be available until November 30th. Now that the program is […]
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Real estate observers did a double take when a city that once defined the term rust belt came in first...
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In this article: What is market value? What are comps in real estate? How comps determine home value Does the Zestimate determine fair market value? Key factors that influence home value The consequences of valuing a home incorrectly What's worth more: the home or the land? There are three values for any home on the […]
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It sounds like we just hit the housing recovery trifecta, all in one stellar news day. The 30-year fixed fell to its lowest point on record, 3.34%, according to the latest survey from Freddie Mac. Thatâs down from 3.40% last week and 4% a year ago, not that those prior high mortgage rates were a [&hellip
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