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Existing Home Sales Bounce Back After Months Of Decline

Historically low inventory and quick price growth stalled home sales in the US for a few months, but new data shows the market is bouncing back. According to the most recent Existing Home Sales Report from the National Association of Realtors®, the total existing home sales (which they define as any completed transaction, including single-family […]

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The Lifespan of 20 Essential Household Items

Has your air conditioner ever failed on a hot summer day? It’s a struggle no homeowner wants to deal with. When you own a home it’s important to budget annually for repairs that might be needed and anticipate when things might need to be replaced. If you take care of your home, your appliances and […]

Thinking About Remodeling Before You Sell? Think Again

For many sellers, remodeling seems like a great way to increase the value of their home and get a higher offer when they put it on the market. But if you’re thinking of remodeling before you sell, you might want to rethink your strategy. According to the 2017 Remodeling Impact Report from the National Association […]

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Nobody Could’ve Ever Guessed How She Decorated The Interior Of Her Home… Love It? Or Leave It?

Some people love to create themes for their homes. Sometimes these themes stem from pop culture brands such as Hello Kitty, Batman, or Aliens & Predator. Which brings me to Lillian from Clork County, Ireland. She decided to immortalize her favorite American beverage. She turned her modest suburban home into a temple of the all […]

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Housing Prices Make Biggest Jump In 4 Years

According to a recent report from CoreLogic, housing prices have made their most significant leap in almost 4 years. Housing prices increased in all 50 states and were 7% higher in March 2018 than they were just a year ago—the biggest jump in pricing since May of 2014. Directly following the jump, consumer confidence in […]

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As Renting Becomes More and More Unaffordable, Homeownership Is On The Rise

When people think “affordable housing,” they typically think of renting. However, that’s no longer the case. According to Realtor.com’s most recent Market Outlook Report (from September 2017), rents rose year-over-year in an astonishing 78% of counties across the US. In fact, renting has become so unaffordable, it’s officially become more expensive than homeownership. According to […]