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Joe Goldian - Realtor @ HomeSmart
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4 Steps to Regain Some Savings Self-Control: (TNS)—Opening a savings account is easy, but committing to savings? Now that can be hard. From struggling to find places where you can reduce spending to falling into the temptation of instant retail gratification, saving money can be really challenging. “You really have to know yourself and discipline yourself if you’re going to be an […] The post 4 Steps to Regain Some Savings Self-Control appeared first on RISMedia. http://dlvr.it/Q1YY9W #realestate
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Changes to Capital Gains Taxes Could Radically Alter the Calculus for Home Sellers: Proposed changes to the laws governing the exclusion of home sales from capital gains taxes would both radically change the time horizon for short-term homeowners considering selling their home and have a potentially huge impact on the inventory of homes for sale. The post Changes to Capital Gains Taxes Could Radically Alter the Calculus for Home Sellers appeared first on Zillow Research. http://dlvr.it/Q1TdFH #realestate
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Since 1978, 12 Counties Have Accounted for a Third of U.S. Flood Insurance Claims: Since 1968, the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) has been bailing out (literally) underwater homeowners – providing primary flood insurance to properties with significant flood risk. The homeowners who have been buoyed most by flood insurance live in a small number of places with high-value homes. The post Since 1978, 12 Counties Have Accounted for a Third of U.S. Flood Insurance Claims appeared first on Zillow Research. http://dlvr.it/Q1JPfC #realestate
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Housing Data 101: How Flood Insurance Works: In the wake of the massive storms that devastated Puerto Rico, Florida, and Texas in recent months,... The post Housing Data 101: How Flood Insurance Works appeared first on Zillow Research. http://dlvr.it/Q1JCFT #realestate
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Mortgage Rates Rise on Economic Data from European Union, Senate Tax Reform Bill: Mortgage rates rose about five basis points at the end of last week on strong economic data coming from the European Union and on the Senate's tax reform bill. They held steady at this higher level for the first half of the week. The post Mortgage Rates Rise on Economic Data from European Union, Senate Tax Reform Bill appeared first on Zillow Research. http://dlvr.it/Q1927B #realestate
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2018 Predictions: The Inventory Crisis Will Drive the Market: In most markets around the country, inventory of homes for sale has become so tight that housing is now a game of musical chairs: Nobody wants to stand up from the home they're currently living in and list if for sale, for fear they won't be able to find another home to buy. The post 2018 Predictions: The Inventory Crisis Will Drive the Market appeared first on Zillow Research. http://dlvr.it/Q0yvg0 #realestate
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What Are Mortgage Points? Should You Pay Them?: (TNS)—When people want to find out how much their mortgages cost, lenders often give them quotes that include loan rates and points. What Is a Mortgage Point? A mortgage point is a fee equal to 1 percent of the loan amount. A 30-year, $150,000 mortgage might have a rate of 7 percent but come with […] The post What Are Mortgage Points? Should You Pay Them? appeared first on RISMedia. http://dlvr.it/Q0mRvl #realestate
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View the Possibilities With Virtual Staging: By Brian Balduf, VHT Studios Appealing to home buyers is all about making that emotional connection. Smart marketers know emotions trump other factors, especially when you hear buyers say the listing “just feels right.” They may be searching for a new house, but they’re envisioning their next home. Buyers’ emotional experience while home shopping is […] http://dlvr.it/Q0fY76 #realestate
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Hurricanes could bring another disaster: Foreclosures: As life slowly returns to normal in hurricane-ravaged parts of Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico, housing experts and consumer advocates worry another crisis is on the horizon: Foreclosures. http://dlvr.it/Q0D344 #realestate
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Senate Tax Plan Would Make MID Feasible on Fewer Homes than House Bill: Changes to the nation's tax code as proposed by the U.S. House of Representatives and the Senate are set to impact current and would-be homeowners in a number of ways. The post Senate Tax Plan Would Make MID Feasible on Fewer Homes than House Bill appeared first on Zillow Research. http://dlvr.it/Q08Qy0 #realestate
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