If you’re not happy where you are, how do you know where to go? After all, finding a place that’s both affordable and ripe with job opportunities is almost impossible. Or is it?
Archive for January, 2014 (Page 2)
In November, REALTORMag published a list created by realtor.com of 10 U.S. markets where asking prices were surging. You might be surprised at which metros made the list.
Issuance of new building permits increased 6.2 percent in October. The NAHB pointed out that this was mostly due to a double-digit increase in multifamily permits.
In this post, we’ll dispel a few common myths that tend to put off would-be home buyers. From low credit to no down payment, there are still ways to secure your piece of the American Dream.
The results of a new survey say that homeownership is still an integral part of the “American Dream.” Click to read more.
You can shop for just about anything online – including a home! But with identity theft being such a risk these days, home shoppers should be cautious.
We may be in the slow season for residential sales, but a recent report from the New York Times revealed that office spaces are selling like hotcakes!
From neglecting your home’s curb appeal to going overboard with colorful paint, there are just some things that will sink your home’s value.
Counties in northern New Jersey have some of the highest property taxes in America. By contrast, many counties in Louisiana and Alabama offer some of the cheapest.
From early spring cleaning to adding more light, eLEND offers a few helpful hints for selling your home in the winter season.