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Moving Fast On Your Offers in This Market

In today’s housing market buyers need to move fast.   Sometimes buyers realize this, sometimes they don’t. But I had a buyer the other day comment, once she started looking at homes in her price range, that “I guess we … Continue reading

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REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT RULES

Are you Considering Real Estate Investing?  Robert J Russell can help you…. The nature of real estate when it comes to being lucrative cannot be underestimated. However, this is not to guarantee that taking this path would not bring you … Continue reading

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Homeownership offers tremendous value

Homeownership is still a vital—though vulnerable—component of the American Dream. Protecting it, as well as promoting it, is at the top of the docket for National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) 2017 President Bill Brown, who recently discussed his agenda at … Continue reading

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Renters losing buying confidence

Renters losing confidence in ability to buy There’s a growing disparity between the confidence of homeowners and would-be homebuyers according to a new poll by Zillow. While owners are increasingly confident that now would be a good time to sell … Continue reading

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Boomers’ retirement plan is millennials paying rent

Pete Pollinger and his wife, Julie, are relocating from Boca Raton to Melbourne, a city of about 70,000 on Florida’s Space Coast, named for its proximity to NASA rocket sites at Cape Canaveral and the Kennedy Space Center. They weren’t just … Continue reading

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Foreclosure Protections

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau announced in August that it had finalized new measures designed to expand foreclosure protections – but industry leaders are already warning of “unintended consequences.” The new rules require servicers to provide certain borrowers with foreclosure … Continue reading

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How much do you need to make to afford renting?

The Rent For A Two-Bedroom Is Too High Just About Everywhere In 2015, the demand for rental apartments reached its highest level ever since the 1960s. The pinched access to mortgage credit after the Great Recession is one reason why. … Continue reading

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Can Homeowners Insurance be Deducted on a Rental Property?

Landlords Insurance also known as Dwelling Fire Insurance can be deducted on your income taxes against rental income.   Homeowners Insurance would be the incorrect policy form for a tenant occupied property;  please be very cautious not to be insured by … Continue reading

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Housing Inventory at all time Low

Tight inventory and the highest resale activity in nearly a decade will continue driving home prices up, according to new data from CoreLogic. On Tuesday, the analytics firm released its Home Price Index and HPI Forecast data for May. The … Continue reading

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Do you use Video’s to market your listings?

The use of video has arguably become the most important marketing tool for real estate agents today. Thanks to video, it has never been easier or quicker to market listings. At the same time, consumers are increasingly relying on video as … Continue reading

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