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Real Estate, Realtors, Residential, US Real Estate economist Jonathon Smoke expects solid spring sales

By Mike Wheatley | March 1, 2016
Jonathan Smoke, chief economist at, has predicted that we'll see “solid spring home sales” this year, based on a variety of housing and economic reports.
Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, Residential, US Real Estate

Housing Market Showing Signs of Recovery

By Daniel Doran | June 6, 2012
Good news folks! Prime buying time has always been from late April to late July, and the latest statistics are showing that this particular spring season is looking like it will be the strongest in the six years since the market crash.
Mortgage, Real Estate, US Real Estate

What Do Low Interest Rates Mean for the Market?

By Alicia Murphy | May 28, 2012
Unless you've been hiding under a rock for the past 4 years chances are that you've heard a lot in the news about our country's floundering real estate market. First there was the bubble, then an all out crash in some markets, and now we're slowly but surely trying to measure a come-back with home inventories falling by almost 20% in April
Mortgage, Real Estate, Real Estate Investing, US Real Estate

Will Interest Rates Always Be This Low?

By Donna S. Robinson | August 6, 2011
Rates on 15 year mortgages are hovering in the 3.65% range, and the rate for a 5/1 ARM is below 3%. We have reached a historic low with mortgage rates. But can they stay this way forever? I'm a boomer approaching my mid 50's, and I can vividly remember the double digit interest rates that […]
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