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August 6, 2018

The Best States for House Flipping!

House flipping isn't an easy, overnight process. It takes patience and precision to get your top dollar. However, certain markets make it easier to flip than others. If you're looking to start investing in real estate, check out these states that are the best for house flipping!
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July 17, 2018

10 Cities with Potential Real Estate Bubbles

There are cities across the country that have seen a blistering surge in housing prices. The recent rise in interest rates when combined with the rapid surge in real estate valuations have some in the real estate industry concerned about a real estate bubble in specific markets.
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July 4, 2018

Second Quarter Market Update: Shortages Continue, and Prices Still Rise

If you liked last year’s real estate markets, you will love 2018. The same factors that are making homes less affordable and making owners happy with new-found equity are still driving local markets across the country. Check out these updates as the third quarter of the year rolls in.
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July 2, 2018

Hot Market, Cold Climate: Why You Should Consider Moving to Grand Rapids, MI

As the median cost of housing rises, it's never been a better time to invest in Grand Rapids, Michigan housing. Check out these listings for Midwestern inspiration.
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June 25, 2018

With a 9% Increase in Home Prices, Orlando Remains a Top Place to Buy in 2018

The housing market in Orlando, FL is currently one of the hottest in the country in 2018. Get in on the action now; prices continue to rise as inventory plateaus.
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June 20, 2018

Calling All Creatives! Here’s 5 Midwest Artist’s Communities to Watch in 2018

Do you want to move to a Midwestern city that embraces the arts? Here are five of the most top places for artists to live in 2018.
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May 21, 2018

States with the Highest and Lowest Property Taxes

If you’re a homeowner, you know that there are many additional costs associated with your home other than the listing price. One of these costs, of course, being property taxes. Depending on where you reside, property taxes can be financially inconvenient and can even become a major burden. Wallethub reports that “the average American household spends $2,197 on property taxes for their homes each year, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.”

So where does your state rank when it comes to property tax rates? Check out the states with the lowest and highest property taxes!

Property taxes are computed by taking the current market value of your [...]

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May 11, 2018

6 Places to Enjoy a Mother’s Day Vacation With the Special Women in Your Life

Show the most important mothers in your life how much you appreciate them by giving them a weekend vacation in one of these amazing getaway cities.
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April 30, 2018

4 of the Best Cities for Recent Graduates to Move This Spring

Looking to relocate to a new city after college? Learn more about the top four cities for recent college grads to move to this spring, in this guide from Homes.com.
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April 16, 2018

How the Tech Industry Is Transforming Seattle’s Former Eye-Sore: Pioneer Square

The area that was once only known for its day-time panhandling and night-time crime is turning into a bustling home for Seattle innovation and many tech startups.
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April 16, 2018

Struggling to Earn Your Keep? Here Are the Top U.S. Cities for Middle Class Families

If you're looking for locations to buy a home and settle down on a middle class salary, these are the best cities in America for the middle class right now.
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April 11, 2018

Market Update: Shortages Continue and Prices Keep Rising

If you liked 2017 real estate markets, you will love 2018. Buyers will need time, patience and persistence to find the right home this year. Owners who have been waiting for the right moment to sell might make their move now. Prices are leveling off in markets where home prices have outdistanced.

The three-year shortage of homes for sale is continuing this year, driving prices even higher. In many markets, they have reached a tipping point where hard-working, dual-income families cannot afford to become homeowners. Steadily rising mortgage rates coupled with prices driven by shortages are making conditions more difficult for buyers.

2018 Opened With a Whimper

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