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Coronavirus Can Seriously Hit the Housing Market

The novel coronavirus that first appeared in China has already spread all over the world and affected the lives of so many people.

The Outbreak of Coronavirus and Its Effect on the Real Estate...

Coronavirus is a big challenge for people around the world and there is no question about this. COVID 19 causes a lot of problems and stress to people in the United States and other parts of the world. Coronavirus has affected economic growth and various industries.

Real Estate 101: How to Invest Smart

Every person wants to be financially successful and obtain stability for the remainder of their life. What is a better symbol of stability than owning real estate? We constantly get a feed of real estate news through mass media and the success stories that go along with it.

Trump Will Be Good for Housing: South Carolina Realtors

By Bob Montgomery Herald-Journal, Spartanburg If President-elect Donald Trump follows through on his campaign promises to cut taxes, reduce regulations and create jobs, it should...

Mortgage Rates Rise to Near Pre-Brexit Levels

By Glenn McCullom Rates for the 30-year conforming fixed-rate mortgage rose above 3.5% for the first-time since before the Brexit vote, according to Freddie Mac. The...

How Can A Little Strategy Help You Win Big

Many consider gambling to be dangerous because of the unpredictable nature. There’s no such thing as a safe bet in sports as the favoured...

Veteran Affairs Renews Contract with Black Knight

The Department of Veteran Affairs has renewed its contract with Black Knight Financial Services, the Jacksonville, Fla.-based company said Thursday.

Mortgage Lenders Already Feeling the 'Brexit Benefit'

The market gyrations following the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union have an upside for mortgage lenders, as already-falling interest rates are expected to boost home purchases and refinancing.

FHA Gives OK to Down Payment Help Following IG’s Criticism

By Brian Collins May 25, 2016   The head of the Federal Housing Administration has informed lenders that loans receiving down payment assistance can continue to...

Housing Starts Increase, Extending See-Saw Pattern

New-home construction rose in April, extending a pattern of gains and losses that signals the homebuilding industry is contributing little to economic growth.

New Home Purchase Apps Slip in April: MBA

Mortgage applications for new home purchases slipped 11% in April from the month before, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association's Builder Application Survey. The decline...

Many Twin Cities Buyers Could Get Down-Payment Assistance

Caris and Jon Li were doubtful when they first heard about the home buyer assistance program NeighborhoodLIFT. "It seemed too good to be true," Caris...

Seller Enthusiasm Drives Increase in Purchase Sentiment: Fannie

Consumer confidence in the housing market rebounded in April from an 18-month low the month prior, Fannie Mae reported Monday.

How to find Homeowners Insurance Within Your Budget

Finding home insurance in Pennsylvania can be a pretty simple task—an Internet search or a quick browse through the Yellow Pages will produce dozens...

Why Condos Are the Perfect Investment for Travellers

Anyone who has spent a great deal of time on the road has trouble settling in once they change jobs or perhaps retire. For...

Limited moving budget – is a loan the solution you need?

No matter how exciting moving can be, there are a lot of things to think about before the moving day, on the very moving...

Bring More Profits to Real Estate Business

These days, people tend to make the investments in buying and selling properties. They analyze the market deeply and foresee the trends so that they can take the necessary actions at the right time

Basement renovation – Tips to enhance your living space

Renovating your basement is no easy job. First of all, if you do have a basement, you should consider yourself blessed. This is because...

Innovations in Home Cooling Systems

For what seems like a very long time, most of the improvements in home cooling systems have all come from relatively minor enhancements to...

What You Shouldn't Forget when Selling Your Home

Getting your home ready for sale is an emotional, time-consuming process. According to Houston Overhead Door (click here), going through years of clutter and...

Not Enough Space for Gardening is Not a Problem

There are a lot of ways to be able to garden in some limited spaces. For some gardening enthusiasts, a very restricted space can...

Choosing the Right Neighborhood to Live in

Are you thinking of moving to a new neighborhood? Looking for a new home is both exciting and stressful. You may feel anxious about...

Making the Most of Your Small Condo

Just because your condo is small, it doesn't have to be inconvenient. In fact, with some simple changes and tips, your small condo may...

How You Can Save Money with Electricity

Most people appreciate saving money when they can, whether they do so while they are shopping, on vacation, or paying bills. Lowering your electric...

Maintaining Pavements at Home

Concrete pavements like driveways and walkways last for years, but they still need regular maintenance to keep their good looks, and to stay free...

How You Can Use Old Jewelry to Decorate Your Home

Decorating your home is always a fun process, but as you get into the fine details of things, the costs can really add up....

Why are wood surfaces prone to scratches?

We all know that wooden surfaces are easy prey to scratches, dents, cuts and marks. From shifting to moving heavy furniture, to kids playing...

Understanding Your Home Sewer Line

Your home's sewer line is the workhorse of the plumbing system, but it rarely gets much attention from homeowners. When a sewer line gets...

Entrepreneur opportunities grooming with experience and knowledge

This is a platform for all those who are interested to get their own business set with the best of business rules and regulations....

How To Get Ready Financially to Buy a Home

Applying for a mortgage is a process that can be very confusing especially when trying to do this yourself without the help of a...

As RBI cuts rate, should you go for fixed home loan

The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), in a surprise move has cut the repo rate further by 0.25% to 7.50% to boost growth. This...

Keeping Your Credit Score UP

A good credit score signifies to lenders that you are a “good risk.” You are much more likely to pay back your debts and...

How to Get the Best Value for Your Real Estate Property

If you have a property that you want to sell, you would be well advised to use modern methods to find buyers for your property

Why Now is the Time to Invest in Real Estate

The housing crisis may still be fresh in people's minds, but due to the crash, right now is a wonderful time to consider investing in real estate.

Marketing ideas by small businesses

The people who starts their new business then they don’t need to think more about spending many money to market their products & business....

Owning A Home Is Getting More Expensive

Owning a house is India is getting more expensive by each day. It now seems that you have to shell out few lakhs extra for every six months delay in buying your home

Residential Water Quality Testing: What VA Home Loan Applicants Should Know

While it may not be the most glamorous part of buying a new home, ensuring that your prospective property has a safe, sanitary water...

5 Things Every First Time Home Buyer Should Know

One of the most significant days in any person's life is the moment that they decide that they want to become a homeowner. Not only does being a homeowner symbolize independence and financial stability

The Question to Ask About Debt Consolidation

If you are in debt you may have been considering debt consolidation as a way to repay what you owe. However, before any decision...

Advantages of Soil Bentonite Slurry Walls

Soil Bentonite slurry walls have grown in popularity over the years. Constructors and excavators in the US originally used them in the mid 1940's....