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Rent Is Due, Know What To Do

Today’s News Synopsis: Inman’s state by state guide on evictions, rents, and foreclosures.  The latest mortgage applications survey from the Mortgage Bankers Association showed a surprising increase in mortgage applications, up 15.3% from last week.  Title companies are getting creative with the way they are holding closings all while maintaining social distancing. In The News: …

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ATTOM DATA SOLUTIONS Tells You How Housing Will Hold Up

Today’s News Synopsis: Recessions fears rising.  The National Association of Realtors reported a 0.7% decrease in pending home sales for July.  There are 4 specific “improvements” you could make to your home that surprisingly don’t add any value.  What could they be? In The News: National Association of Realtors – “Pending Home Sales Trail Off 0.7 …

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Never Going to Happen But Kind of Fun to Think About. Probably Never?

Today’s News Synopsis: How California stacks up split into 3 states.  HUD and the Commerce Department reported housing starts decreased 12.3%.  Zillow plans on expanding the buy and sell business to Atlanta. In The News: ATTOM Data Solutions – “How California Housing Stacks Split Into Three States” (7-18-2018) “ATTOM Data Solutions, curator of the nation’s premier …

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When and How Much Should You Water Your Lawn?

Today’s News Synopsis: Wondering about your lawn with all this heat?  Foreclosure rates were lower as a result of both an improved economy and underwriting.  The amount of mortgage credit available increased 0.2% to 181 last month. In The News: Bloomberg – “Competition Was a Culprit in the Housing Bust” (7-10-2018) “Blame for the 2007 to …

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Buyers Will Be Able To Absorb the Rate Increases Because of Higher Wages

Today’s News Synopsis: Apparently there no need to fear rate hikes.  The National Association of Realtors reported a slight decrease in existing home sales last month by 0.4%.  What color should your front door be painted to up its selling price by over $6,000. In The News: Inman – “Is it a good time to buy …

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