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Bank of America’s Fall Homebuyer Insights Report

Bank of America recently released their Fall Homebuyers Insights Report that explores the attitudes, preferences and behaviors of the modern homebuyer. For the first time, their survey also took a closer look at current renters who plan to someday own a home. The report also finds that, among...
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America’s Smartphone Addiction

Smart phones….they’ve become one of our tools of the trade and an indispensable appendage of our daily lives.  How could we ever live without them, you might ask?  Have you ever left the house without your phone and had that “kicked in the gut” feeling?  What about good...
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America’s Longest & Shortest Commuting Times

Where are drivers sitting in their cars the longest and shortest across the nation?  That’s the focus of today’s infographic from the Census Bureau which looks at America’s average one-way commuting times for the 10 best and worst cities. We just hope you’re not sitting in your car,...
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America’s Most Flipworthy Hotspots

Realtor.com says that flipping is back and it’s better than ever!  In fact they report (like many others) that the number of flipped properties is reaching levels not seen in a nearly decade.  So, Realtor.com’s number-crunchers put their pencils to paper and identified the largest 100 markets by...
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