International, Real Estate, US Real Estate

U.K.'s Capital Set to See Price Growth of up to 3% This Year

By Allison Halliday | March 12, 2012
According to Cluttons, prices of prime London real estate properties are set to increase by up to 3% this year, but it is predicting the rest of the country could see housing price falls of around the same amount.
Real Estate, Realtors, US Real Estate

Realtor Ken Hunter attends Winter Meeting in Austin, Texas

By Allison Halliday | March 7, 2012
Ken Hunter, of Prudential Gary Greene Realtors in Houston was amongst 1,000 Texas realtors attending the Texas Association of Realtors winter meeting last month which was held at the Hyatt Regency in Austin.
Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, US Real Estate

WARNING: Why Buying A Foreclosed Home Is Not A Guarantee Of Savings

By Anita Cooper | February 22, 2012
Sure it may be less expensive, but buying a foreclosed home is not for the faint of heart, nor is it for the novice home buyer. Potential problems could severely limit the cost savings you may have gained from purchasing a foreclosure rather than an existing or even a new home.
Investing, Real Estate Investing, Residential, US Real Estate

Bulk Sales Of REO Properties From The Investors Perspective, (part 2)

By Donna S. Robinson | February 17, 2012
A continuation of Donna Robinson's interview with real estate broker and professional investor, Buddy Corbin, who discusses the likely benefits of the government's decision to allow bulk sales of REO properties to investors
Investing, Mortgage, Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Resource, Residential, US Real Estate

Real Estate By The Numbers - Understanding Closing Costs

By Donna S. Robinson | January 26, 2012
Closing costs are those costs associated with the purchase of a home or investment property. They are paid "at the closing of escrow". For the typical home buyer who is purchasing a home to live in, the majority of the closing costs are usually related to the loan.
Real Estate, US Real Estate

Appraisers Hit Back at Critics

By Mike Wheatley | January 20, 2012
“Don’t shoot the messenger” reads a new message from the Appraisal Institute, which has asked those involved in real estate deals not to blame appraisers when a contract falls through based on a property’s values.
Real Estate, US Real Estate

Is There Something Lurking in That Dream Home You've Got Your Eye On?

By Anita Cooper | December 16, 2011
So you’ve been pre-approved to buy your dream home. That’s fabulous! But what happens when the bank or your broker calls to tell you there’s a “glitch” with the property? Many things can happen when buying a home - termite damage, poor water quality, even fences that cross your neighbor’s property, but buyers may not […]
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