What To Expect in 2021’s Housing Market: This Is How Much Home Prices Will Rise

Posted by Ivonne Rivera // February 27, 2021

By Clare Trapasso | Dec 2, 2020 Few will be reluctant to say goodbye to 2020. With vaccines rolling out, the days of the deadly pandemic that bludgeoned the nation’s economy seem to be numbered. Good riddance! But the soaring home prices that became a hallmark of the COVID-19 crisis may be here to stay.®’s 2021 housing […]

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Increase Your Home Value With These Home Improvement Ideas.

Posted by Jose Rivera // February 20, 2020

Increase Your Home Value Using These Home Improvement Ideas It’s a given. Whenever we decided the time to sell a house is getting closer, we think about all the home upgrades we could make in order to spike up our asking price. It’s also a given that you should have done that long before, so […]

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Do’s and Don’ts of Flooring

Posted by Jose Rivera // December 7, 2019

So many flooring choices, so little time to research which looks good, feels good, and lasts. No worries. We’ve sorted it out for you with a handy do’s and don’ts list. Style DO: Consider your home’s layout. Got an open floor plan? Using the same flooring throughout the space will create a clean, continuous appearance.  DON’T: Forget […]

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Zombie Homes are Nationwide

Posted by Ivonne Rivera // September 5, 2019

Zombie Homes are Nationwide – DSNews Over 1.5 million (1,530,563) U.S. single-family homes and condos are vacant, representing 1.6% of all homes, according to a new report from ATTOM Data Solutions. The report revealed that there are a total of 9,612 “zombie” homes or properties facing possible foreclosure which have been vacated by their owners […]

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Surprising Things That Can Drive Up the Cost of Buying a Foreclosure Home

Posted by Ivonne Rivera // August 22, 2019

Buying a foreclosure home, also known as a distressed property, might seem like a less expensive way to get into your next place. These homes usually sell for about 15% below the home’s actual value. But buying a foreclosure property isn’t always what it seems. While it may look like a bargain, it could end […]

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Qualified Opportunity Zones

Posted by Jose Rivera // February 20, 2019

The Qualified Opportunity Zone (“QOZ”) program was created by the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act to encourage economic growth in underserved communities through tax incentives for investors who utilize “Opportunity Funds” to invest in the Zones. Along with tax benefits, it presents opportunities for real estate investment and development in those communities. U.S states […]

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U.S. Foreclosure Activity Down From Year Ago in October But Up in 38 Percent of Local Markets

Posted by Jose Rivera // December 4, 2018

Post featured image Daren Blomquist November 27th, 2018 Foreclosures, Market Trends, Most Recent Articles There were a total of 66,401 U.S. properties with foreclosure filings in October 2018, up 21 percent from an all-time low in the previous month, but still down 4 percent from a year ago, according to ATTOM Data Solutions. Counter to […]

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The Best Housing Markets for Home Flippers

Posted by Jose Rivera // May 31, 2018

The Best Housing Markets for Home Flippers Daily Real Estate News | Wednesday, May 23, 2018 House flipping activity surged to an 11-year high this year, with more than 207,000 homes flipped, according to ATTOM Data Solutions, a real estate data firm. But the key is knowing where to be and when. “The sweet spot […]

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Everything You Need To Know About The Eviction Process

Posted by Jose Rivera // May 25, 2018

Everything You Need To Know About The Eviction Process  by Than Merrill | @ThanMerrill Key Takeaways The eviction process is usually best left avoided, but there are times when it’s necessary. It is important to know how to evict a tenant, even if you never have to follow through with the process. Sometimes it’s better […]

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Hey, Buyers: These Home Appraisal Tips Are for You

Posted by Jose Rivera // May 6, 2018

Most people have deeply personal reasons for wanting to buy a home. Maybe it’s the bathroom that feels like a dreamy, modern spa. Or that two-tiered deck just made for parties. Your lender doesn’t care about the freestanding tub. Or the built-in outdoor fire pit. Their only concern is that the house you buy is […]

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