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Use These 4 Tips to Sell Your House More Quickly

There's little doubt that the 2017 home-buying season is going to begin with more buyers looking for a home that sellers looking to sell. The lack of inventory is a ...
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10 US Cities With the Most Stable Home Prices

In some U.S. cities, home prices have risen annually at a high double-digit pace. And, like all things, if something can't go on forever, it won't. Home prices are no ...
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House Purchased From Sears Catalog Is Most Popular of the Week

A Connecticut home bought through the Sears Roebuck catalog in the 1930s is the most popular home on Realtor.com this week. Sears is now part of troubled retail conglomerate Sears ...
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Housing Could Be Ready to Explode: 5 Top Stocks to Buy Now

While the stock market has had an incredible run over the past eight years, another asset is starting to jump in price, and that's the value of your home. That’s ...
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Mortgage Loan Rates Show Little Movement While Applications Decline

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) released its weekly report on mortgage applications Wednesday morning, noting a decrease of 1.6% in the group's seasonally adjusted composite index for the week ending ...
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February Home Prices Rise Most in Washington, Oregon, Colorado

Home prices in the United States rose for the 61st consecutive month in February. Compared with February of 2016, home prices rose 7%, including the sales of distressed properties. The ...
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Beverly Hills Mansion Hits Market With $129 Million Price Tag

A huge Beverley Hills home has hit the market with a $129 million price tag. The price is $66 million less than where it was previously listed. According to Realtor.com, ...
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States Losing and Gaining the Most Homebuyers

Americans, who for a long time moved readily from one state to another, have become less mobile. Over the past 30 years, the median length of time between a recorded ...
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Mortgage Loan Rates Dropped Last Week, but Moving Higher Now

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) released its weekly report on mortgage applications Wednesday morning, noting a decrease of 0.8% in the group's seasonally adjusted composite index for the week ending ...
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January Home Prices Continue Climbing: Case-Shiller

The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller national home price index rose to a near-record high of 185.51 in January, just missing the previous high of 185.54 set in December. In all 20 ...
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10 Suburban Cities With Big-City Feel at an Affordable Price

Where moving to the suburbs may once have been a dream for many Americans, the revival (gentrification) taking place in some of the country's largest cities has made the cities ...
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Home Made From Lighthouse Is Widely Popular

According to Realtor.com, the most widely searched house at its site this week is a home created from a lighthouse. The home is near Horn Harbor, on Chesapeake Bay, north of ...
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New Home Sales Make Massive February Move

After Wednesday's disappointing report from the National Association of Realtors (NAR) on February sales of existing homes, Thursday's report on new home sales should bring some joy back to Mudville. ...
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Detroit Real Estate Value Drops Below Tiny Ann Arbor

The value of all the real estate in Ann Arbor, the home of the University of Michigan, is greater than all the real estate in Detroit. The numbers are based ...
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December Cash Home Sales Highest in New York, New Jersey, Alabama

In December of 2016, cash sales comprised 33.1% of all home sales, down from 34.4% in December of 2015, marking the 47th consecutive year-over-year monthly decline. Cash sales rose by ...
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