Your Dream – Owning Your Home and Dreaming Forward



Your home is the place where you feel secure just relaxing or strategizing your next adventure to brand your mark on the world. Whether that adventure entails emotional or financial risk or both,

Falling fertility rates could lead to smaller homes



Fertility rates in the U.S. have fallen to their lowest level since records begun, and that means big changes in the future of residential real estate, according to one report.

Sellers increasingly opt for ‘value range pricing’ instead of a fixed price



A new sales tactic known as “value range pricing” is growing in popularity due to the unique advantages it offers to both buyers and sellers.

Making Escrow Less of a Stressful Experience



An article in the week.com highlights how the escrow period can be stressful when an offer has been accepted but the moment of moving in is still a long way off. However, the article outlines several ways to make this time less stressful.

Rural residents can’t afford to move to the city, study finds



Rural Americans are increasingly staying put. The finding was the highlight of a University of Chicago study that found the overall mobility of the U.S. population has fallen to its lowest level, and by almost half since its peak in 1985.

Top Questions You Should Ask a Realtor during a Home Tour



To make the final decision on the home you purchase, you should ask your real estate agent any questions that come to mind. A responsible professional will give you the most honest answers they can on every home you look at. When you take a home tour ,

Major property markets are “overheating”, industry experts warn



Real estate industry analysts have voiced concerns that home values in some of the nation’s biggest property markets are “overheating”, with big consequences for affordability in those areas.

Top 10 online sites to search for a home



Nine out of ever 10 prospective homebuyers today rely on the Internet during their home-buying journey, with over half turning to the Internet at the start of the process. Research by the National Association of REALTORS®, Google and others show that the continued

What You Need to Know About Closing Costs



Although a few costs and fees for buying a house may be paid ahead of time, the bulk of the financial settlement occurs at the closing table which is closing costs.

Buyers increasingly opt for an “extreme commute” for more affordable housing



A growing number of buyers are willing to endure an “extreme commute” to work so they can buy a better home

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