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Why is The Rent so Darn High?

Picture this: It’s the end of the month and you (hesitantly) pull out your checkbook to write your rent check. You (woefully) write out the amount you owe to your grumpy and unreasonable landlord. You (seriously) consider packing a bag and skipping town … staying at a motel may be cheaper at this point. You […]

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Real Estate Trends for the Next Decade

Photo credit The real estate market in the United States is one of the most important economic indicators simply because so many people are affected by the rises and falls of home prices. With interest rates at record lows and coming out of the worst housing crash in decades several years ago, there are many […]

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Wildfire Risk High for Real Estate in 2015

The hustle and bustle of city life is a lot to take. Traffic. Millions upon millions of other people. Traffic. Noise. Traffic. Pollution. Traffic. Less open space. Traffic. Parking. Traffic. High cost of living. Traffic. That’s why some people choose to live in nature – for example, in Colorado they live west of Denver in […]

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What Home Can The National Average Price Get You?

The National Association of Realtors reported that the mean existing-home price in March 2015 was $212,000. The national mean home price, however, corresponds to very different options depending upon where the buyer and seller live. In some areas of the country, it is impossible to buy residential real estate for that price. In other locations, […]

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By the Numbers: Why Aren’t Millennials Buying Homes?

Photo courtesy. We’re obsessed with Millennials these days, aren’t we? As the economy continues to rebound, it seems like everyone’s looking at young folks to judge the nation’s economic health. Millennials now represent the largest living generation in the United States, and as such, they’ll be expected to drive the economy in the coming decades. […]

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Falling Oil Hurting Home Prices

The price of oil continues to fall and is being felt throughout the world’s economy. In just a matter of days financial markets, and investors have ditched their oil commodities for more stable assets. But the fall of oil won’t have small parse effects on the economy, it will have larger consequences. Lower spending on […]

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Looking Back at the Year in Real Estate

fPhoto courtesy. This business changes quickly. Markets seemingly heat up and cool down overnight, and decisions from Washington can make our break the year in real estate and investing. That’s why it’s so important to stay on top of the news. In about a week, we’re going to be closing the books on the 2014 […]

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Why Millennials Aren’t Buying Homes Like Their Parents Did

Photo courtesy Millennials just aren’t buying houses, a fact that has a number of economists worried about the country’s financial health. How bad is it? It’s supposed to be a great time to buy a home. Interest rates are at record lows and rebounding home values are a sign that prices are set to rise […]

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