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With fewer foreclosures, house flipping activity is down – but high-end flips mean profits per home are going up
It’s a good time to be a property manager, report shows
Rising mortgage rates should prod fence sitters to buy, but not panic
As more Baby Boomers head into retirement, cities that attract retirees could be opportune spots for real estate investors, according to a recent report from RealtyTrac, real estate data source.
Real estate is typically a person’s biggest investment. So why not invest some time in repair and maintenance?
According to a recent survey conducted by HomeAdvisor, online home repair and improvement resource, more than half of U.S. homeowners (53 percent) do not perform annual maintenance on their homes.
Have a question about real estate lingo or mortgage rules? Chances are that you typed it into a search engine before asking a real-life person, according to a new joint study by the National Association of Realtors and Google.
A new study shows that homeownership could cause more civic engagement in middle- to low-income communities
Some people believe that good fences make good neighbors, but as a new study shows, it’s actually homeowners who make good neighbors.
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