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  • Current Housing Market in Dallas, Texas

     By:Jacquelyn Marks
    Real Estate

    The median age of inventory in Dallas has dropped to 59 months as a 10.05 percent increase year over year in median list prices encourages more homeowners to list their properties. The median list price for a Dallas single family home now stands at $219,000 according to the National Association of Realtors.


    In Category - Real Estate Market

  • Current Trends in Pennsylvania Foreclosures and Real Estate

     By:Jacquelyn Marks
    Real Estate

    Although many states saw rates of foreclosure completion decline in March, a handful of states saw rates rise, including Pennsylvania, where foreclosures were up. Pennsylvania has a comparable foreclosure inventory to the national rate as measured against total available distressed real estate inventory.


    In Category - Foreclosure

  • Going Green with Furniture Choices

     By:Jilda Peterson
    Real Estate

    Many of us are choosing to lead 'greener' lifestyles out of concern for the health of our planet. From compact florescent light bulbs to plug-in electric vehicles, embracing green and reducing our carbon footprint is a desirable and worthy goal.


    In Category - Home & Garden

  • Property Flippers Getting Flipped Off Foreclosures

     By:Jacquelyn Marks
    Real Estate

    During the real estate buying balderdash investors enjoyed from the late 1990s into the early 2000s, purchasing distressed real estate was commonplace, especially in large portfolios. The concept was simple: Purchase devalued land or property at massive discounts, renovate as needed, and then flip the finish product off the portfolio for a major profit before the market normalized.


    In Category - Foreclosure

  • Should You Buy or Rent a Home in Sandy, Utah?

     By:Garn G Christensen Jr GRI
    Real Estate

    Things to think about when trying to decide if you should buy or rent a home. One place you might want to start looking is at your financial situation and see what is right for your bottom line.


    In Category - Home Buying

  • The reasons why Landlords require a 30 Day Notice for Vacating Renters?

     By:Tony Burnell
    Real Estate

    Are you currently a property owner, looking to get some additional revenue by leasing the property to tenants? Then you must be aware of the regulations which would protect you as well as the property.


    In Category - Property Management

  • How to Make a Large Dining Room feel Cozier

     By:Fiona Creech
    Real Estate

    Everyone loves spacious rooms, but there are times when a room can actually be too big and the result is that the space feels cold and impersonal. If a dining room is very large, gathering around the table can feel more like a conference than an inviting dining experience.


    In Category - Home Improvement

  • Is That Home Inspector Hiding Behind His Contract?

     By:Philippe Heller
    Real Estate

    Many home inspectors dramatically limit their liability in their inspection agreement. Should you hire an inspector who won't stand behind his work?


    In Category - Home Inspection

  • Why Should You Consider Buying a House Through Rent to Own Home Set-up?

     By:Jacquelyn Marks
    Real Estate

    Looking for a new place for you and your family can be a daunting task, only because you are not that confident when it comes to your financial capabilities. Some properties would require thousands of dollars as down payments, while some would need full payment in cash; this is mostly true for properties that have been recently foreclosed. Fortunately, today's real estate condition, now allows future homeowner to purchase or acquire ownership of foreclosed homes, REO properties and even bank-owned homes through a rent-to-own policy.


    In Category - Home Buying

  • Shopping Around for the Best Mortgage Rate

     By:Miranda Marquit
    Real Estate

    If you want the best deal on your home mortgage, shop around. Banks offer different deals, and you can leverage your good credit into a better deal when you let lenders know you are comparing terms.


    In Category - Mortgage

  • What to Do with a Distressed Commercial Property

     By:Jeramie Concklin
    Real Estate

    Many of the problems we are seeing today with CMBS loans are due to the fact that years ago underwriting standards became relaxed as intense lending competition resulted from a race for a diminishing population of qualified borrowers. Ratings agencies gave CMBS bonds AAA ratings. But the subsequent losses in the CMBS market led to the seizure of that (CMBS) market at the end of 2007.


    In Category - Commercial Real Estate

  • Buying a Home in Retirement: Downsizing

     By:Miranda Marquit
    Real Estate

    Downsizing to a smaller home during retirement often reduces your expenses, and it provides you with a way to get a little more cash out of your previous home. It can be especially effective if you have the mortgage on your larger home paid off.


    In Category - Home Buying

  • Damage Control: Pest Control for Foreclosed or Short Sale Properties

     By:Karim El Sheikh
    Real Estate

    One minor problem that can become a major one for the savvy Real Estate-Owned (REO) agent or foreclosure investor are pests. Talk about bugged out! Many foreclosed, short sale and distressed homes suffer from pest invasions simply because the critters move in when the humans move out. Without a homeowner to quell the bees or chase away the rodents, foreclosed homes can quickly become dens of insect inequity.


    In Category - Home & Garden

  • Buying an Office Condo: A Good Choice for Many

     By:Jamie Mathwig
    Real Estate

    You can expect low monthly rates if you amortize over 25 years. On occasion, the monthly mortgage ends up cheaper than the cost of leasing. As well, if you have a fixed-rate loan, your monthly payments will not fluctuate year to year.


    In Category - Commercial Real Estate

  • Protect Your Property From Water Damage

     By:Mike Chamberlain
    Real Estate

    How to protect your property from a home's number one enemy...water. Water may be essential to life, but, as a destructive force, water can diminish the value of your home or building. Homes as well as commercial buildings can suffer water damage that results in increased maintenance costs, a decrease in the value of the property, lowered productivity, and potential liability associated with a decline in indoor air quality.


    In Category - Home Improvement

  • Taking a Closer Look at the Advantages of Foreclosures

     By:Jacquelyn Marks
    Real Estate

    Many people would look at the concept of foreclosures as something so negative. However, what they do not realize is that there are several advantages that people would find in foreclosures than just losing homes, both for the property sellers and buyers.


    In Category - Foreclosure

  • Insulate Basement Walls for Comfort & Energy Savings

     By:Fiona Creech
    Real Estate

    When you have an unfinished basement you realize what a mother lode of unused space you have beneath your feet. A finished basement can give you extra living space for a media room, entertainment area, teen or kid's hangout, or even an extra bedroom or two.


    In Category - Home Improvement

  • Using Water Filter Systems to Get Rid of Contaminants

     By:Hadwin Smith
    Real Estate

    Water is a very crucial entity in human lives; it is essential for survival and good health but there is a growing number of problems with the quality of water across the globe that would compromise the quality of life for all mankind.


    In Category - Home & Garden

  • Four Solid Tips to Better Sell Foreclosed Properties

     By:Jacquelyn Marks
    Real Estate

    Foreclosed properties are great deals for the smart buyer: You get 'em low and you sell 'em high for a nice profit. You can even choose to rent them out for a steady income if you want to go the way of the landlord.


    In Category - Home Selling

  • The Scoop on Multi-Million Dollar Condos in Minneapolis, MN

     By:Jamie Mathwig
    Real Estate

    With over 4000 square feet of space and up to four bedrooms, many of these high end condos have more square footage than the average house. The majority of high end condos offer three or four bathrooms, with at least one bathroom containing features such as double sinks, a jetted tub, and built in storage.


    In Category - Home Buying

  • Social Networking and Your Foreclosure Realty Business

     By:Karim El Sheikh
    Real Estate

    Your car looks like a mini-billboard and you have burned up the phone lines in an uphill effort to get your foreclosed properties sold. Whether you are working as a Real Estate-Owned (REO) agent or as a freelance seller, you need to up the ante and get on the Internet to sell your products.


    In Category - Agents & Brokers

  • Safe Playa Del Carmen Real Estate Investing Tips for 2012

     By:Tom Budniak
    Real Estate

    Year 2012 brings in a new wave of optimism and resolve. Many people resolve to invest wisely to secure their lives financially. Financial freedom and security is one of the cornerstones of a successful life.


    In Category - Real Estate Investment

  • Door Maintenance Improves Function and Appearance

     By:Fiona Creech
    Real Estate

    Replacing windows or doors in your home can be an expensive undertaking, so it is a good idea to properly maintain the doors in your home to get as many years of good use from them as possible. Exterior door will probably need a little more attention than your interior doors, because they have to deal with the harsh, outdoor elements.


    In Category - Home Improvement

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