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As we roll into the last weekend of the summer and into the fall market, let’s remember that although the market is cooling a bit, opportunities still abound. For those that have set a plan, …

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IT MAY BE COLD OUTSIDE, BUT THE REAL ESTATE MARKET IS HOT IT MAY BE COLD OUTSIDE, BUT THE REAL ESTATE MARKET IS HOT

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As we prepare for the winter months ahead, many home sellers consider taking their home off the market. Don’t do it! In the same vein, if you’re debating whether to wait until spring to put …

Fall Really Feels Like Spring Fall Really Feels Like Spring

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Last spring, we witnessed some very advantageous dynamics for home sellers. Active buyers, anxious to take advantage of low interest rates and prices, flowed into the marketplace bringing with them bidding wars and quick home …

Is It A Good Time to Buy A Home?

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Five-plus years ago, it was the prime time to approach real estate as a financial short term investment. Now is the time, as it traditionally has been, to buy a home because one wants a …

Is 2011 the Year of Recovery? Is 2011 the Year of Recovery?

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As we kick-off the new year and make resolutions to keep our resolutions, one question is still at the forefront of many minds. Will the housing market and the economy overall improve in 2011? Depending …

A Message from Paul: Investing in a Home A Message from Paul: Investing in a Home

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I often hear home ownership described as a financial investment and compared to owning stocks. It’s a faulty comparison.
First, real estate gives you the advantage of leveraging your investment. Unlike stocks, you’re building equity as …

Homeownership Is Still the American Dream Homeownership Is Still the American Dream

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The National Association of Realtors (NAR) recently released its annual Housing Opportunity Pulse Survey which questioned Americans from across the nation on their attitudes towards homeownership.  According to the survey, homeownership still features prominently as …