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Real Estate Home Median Prices Sometimes Correlate With Super Bowl Appearances Sales of Preowned Houses Drop, Prices Go Up Due to Lack of Inventory Death Spiral States: Forbes Says 11 States are in a Downward Spiral with More Takers than Makers New Home Starts Reach Four Year High in October Quee Chadwick Killed By Real Estate Investor Peter Chadwick?
 
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Real Estate Home Median Prices Sometimes Correlate With Super Bowl Appearances

The big game is almost upon us and the excitement and buzz around the Super Bowl is all around. While many new Super Bowl advertisements and even some controversy surrounding them is typically the hot item, we found one story at RealEstate.com that had us pretty intrigued. It seems that a peculiar trend in the […]

Sales of Preowned Houses Drop, Prices Go Up Due to Lack of Inventory

Sales of previously owned homes dropped in December from November, but the national median home prices rose to it’s highest best price in seven years. With all that said, 4.65 million homes were sold for all of 2012, up from 9.2% in 2011, the most in five years and a sign that the housing market […]

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Death Spiral States: Forbes Says 11 States are in a Downward Spiral with More Takers than Makers

Eleven states made it on the list of Forbes Death Spiral. What is does death spiral mean? It means that the state can look forward to a rising tax burden, deteriorating state finances and an exodus of employers. Those eleven death spiral states are California, New York, Illinois, Ohio, Kentucky, South Carolina, Alabama, Mississippi, New […]

New Home Start Four Year High

New Home Starts Reach Four Year High in October

New construction in housing hit the strongest for two months starting in October since four years ago. The Commerce Department said on Tuesday housing starts increased 3.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 894,000 units, the highest it’s been since July 2008. The biggest increase was from multi-family construction, which was up 11.9 […]

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Quee Chadwick Killed By Real Estate Investor Peter Chadwick?

It isn’t confirmed without a shadow of a doubt that Peter Chadwick was the killer of Quee Chadwick but police have confirmed Quee Chadwick is dead. The Newport Beach Police Department was quoted telling CBS Los Angeles, “We responded out to the home and found evidence of a possible struggle or foul play. The investigation […]

Meth Testing Loopholes

Meth Testing Loopholes on Real Estate Leave Houses Contaminated

19 June 2012

Just recently a realtor in Utah came out and exposes a “loophole” in the real estate market that could leave houses contaminated with methamphetamine. The report was revealed by Utah’s KSL TV and reported on by Lori Prichard. The realtor’s name is Brandon Hacker and he actively goes out and gets meth tests done on […]

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Houston Home Prices Break Records

Houston Home Prices Break Records, Sales Highest in 4 Years

19 June 2012

  There are certainly some really depressed markets in the real estate market right now. Las Vegas is dragging the entire US market into a gloomy state with low sales, high foreclosures and a lot of rough positions. Houston, Texas however is busting out of the gates and making Realtors across the country take notice. […]

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Builder Permits for Homes & Apartments Up 4% in May 2012

19 June 2012

If you’re looking for a bright side to the real estate market some uplifting numbers aren’t exactly hiding with home builders. There is definitely some confidence going on in the one-family home market as home builders have requested more permits than they have in over 3 years. Directly from the U.S. Department of Housing and […]

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Canadian Real Estate Market To Increase in Sales To 3.8 Percent in 2012

16 June 2012

On Friday June 15th, 2012 the Canadian Real Estate Association released a lot of figures that gave a lot of insight into the direction of the real estate market in Canada. One focus on this round of figures was around the Toronto housing market and how it was staying quite strong. “Activity in Greater Toronto […]

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Southern California Real Estate Sales Up

Southern California Real Estate Sales Up

14 June 2012

If you are thinking about buying a house in Southern California, expect to pay higher prices compared to a year ago. Southern California saw a 20 percent increase in real estate sales in May and the median price hitting a 20-month high. DataQuick President John Walsh said in a statement about the increase in real […]

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Top 10 Cheapest Towns in the US

Top 10 Cheapest Towns in the US

14 June 2012

Living in this economy these days can be a little taxing on your wallet, and budging ones expenses seems to be a norm as well. The various Cities we live in also ultimately determine the type of lifestyle a person has, and how they interact with society. When it comes to calculating living expenses, the […]

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Argentinean Housing Market in Turmoil After Dollar Restrictions

09 June 2012

The Argentinean government’s decision to place restrictions on using the United States dollar to make purchases has placed the nation’s housing market in a serious bind. There are fears that the residential real estate market and the construction industry may face serious declines in the coming months. The real estate and construction industries have been […]

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Has the Housing Market Hit Rock Bottom? Your Answer Depends on Where You Live

09 June 2012

As one can expect, the topic of housing market recovery has dominated conversations about the economy for the last few years. The housing market’s health has a tremendous influence on a variety of industries, making it a major determining factor for the health of the economy as a whole. There has been quite a bit […]

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Hawaiian Real Estate Market Experiences Growth

08 June 2012

The Hawaiian housing market is starting to see encouraging signs of growth. More potential homebuyers are out looking for homes this year than in previous years. While the market certainly isn’t in the middle of a major boom, it has increased over the past few months. The increases indicate that the market may finally be […]

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United States Housing Market Enjoys a Fruitful Spring

08 June 2012

The spring season has been a positive one for the residential real estate market. With record-low mortgage rates, and bargain prices on most properties, buying a home is starting to look like a more attractive, and incredibly affordable option for investors, couples, and families. In fact, many economists believe that the current spring season will […]

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