Has the End Finally Come?

Day: July 8, 2012

Has the End Finally Come?

Has the end to the housing market slump – the longest slide since the Great Depression – finally come? The signs are there. Home prices are on the increase, sales are happening, the market is showing a recovery, and home builders are ramping up again. Now all this doesn’t mean that we’re going to shoot…  Continue Reading

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Appeal of Rentals on the Rise, Despite Rising Rent Rates

The price of a good rental is on the rise, but that’s not enough of a deterrent to keep anyone from renting. In a recent survey of property managers conducted by the credit bureau TransUnion, almost half of them reported an increase in rent prices over the past year. It’s also becoming easier to find…  Continue Reading

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63,000 Foreclosures Completed in May

According to the monthly numbers released by CoreLogic, the number of foreclosures completed in May 2012 was 63,000, up from 62,000 in April but down from 77,000 one year ago. Since September 2008, the start of the current financial crisis, 3.6 million foreclosures have happened across the country.   This number represents the number of…  Continue Reading

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