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What One Million Foreclosures Really Means

By Phil Butler | January 13, 2011
With the announcement that 2010 was another record year for foreclosures, how long will it take for the reality of this economy to sink in? Experts predict 2011 will be no better as up to 1.2 more millions of homes will hit the auction block this year. Is it time for a New Deal? The national debt is staggering, and the job market show little sign of improving. Some say drastic action is needed.
Coaching, Featured News

4 Steps to Improve Your Online Presence

By Glenn Gutierrez | January 12, 2011
When a potential client "Google's" you, what will be their first impression? Does your online presence match your desired business face? Is your storefront nice enough to showcase the expertise treasures inside? Are you in a good neighborhood on the web? For Realtors there is no more important branding tool than a fantastic online footprint.
Commercial Real Estate, Featured News

Take A Chance On Pittsburgh

By Phil Butler | January 11, 2011
The real estate market in Pittsburgh may well take off sometime in 2011. The barometer of economic change for some US cities looks far better than for others, and Pittsburgh has several sectors which bear watching. If the US Steel Tower financial situation is any indicator, the city will either fly or flop this year.
Coaching, Featured News

Lease Options to the Rescue

By Reno Charlton | January 10, 2011
When sellers give up hope of ever getting their money out of a property, getting them to list a property can be almost impossible. The same is true for marginal buyers who cannot pass stringent credit or down payment stipulations. A lease option agreement is one possible way for the two ends to meet. Putting buyer and seller into a lease option is another task a qualified Realtor can excel at.
Brokerage, Featured News, Real Estate Resource

How Interest Rates are Determined for Mortgage Loans

By Khary Reynolds | January 4, 2011
Understanding interest rates, loan types, and the housing market in general can be a bit too much for the average person. Most people just want the American Dream and to know how much and when to pay. But this is one reason the country is in such a pickle where housing is concerned. RealtyBizNews presents another brief tutorial about the different types of loans, and who actually owns the paper on your house. Learn a bit more about who Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae are, for your own good.
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