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Existing-Home Sales Increase for First Time in Six Months

The National Association of Realtors is reporting that existing-home sales increased in October for the first time in six months.  According to data, there were 5.22 million completed transactions in October with a median price (for all housing types) of $ 255,400.  In addition there were 1.85 million...
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Interest Rates Across Time

Conventional Mortgage rates can be like a moving target (click here to see what they are today).  Failure to lock in that great rate of the moment might cost you thousands over the life of the loan.  Today’s infographic from Keeping Current Matters gives us a quick snapshot...
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Is Winter the Best Time to Buy SFR’s?

Is winter the best time to buy single-families?  According to a new report from HomeUnion, the winter “off-peak” season is the best time of the year to acquire single-family rentals (SFR’s).  In fact, they found that investors pay 7.2% less per sq. ft. during the winter versus spring...
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