Monthly archive for January 2013

Five Reasons For-Sale Housing Inventories are Critically Low

The Wall Street Journal recently highlighted several reasons behind the dropping inventories. What’s Behind Falling Housing Inventories?.black cialis kopen

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Three Men Charged in Attacks Against Ohio Realtors

Two of the men face charges in connection with the death of real estate professional Vivian Martin, 67, in 2010. The men are accused of arranging to meet Martin at a home for sale and then strangling her and setting the home on fire. 3 Men Charged

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6 Reasons Why This Winter Is a Great Time to Sell

Some real estate pros say this winter in particular is a great time to sell a home. 6 Reasons Why This Winter Is a Great Time to Sell.cialis black legit

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Mo. Bill Would Require Agents to ID Sex Offender Buyers

The proposed law would require sex offenders who plan to purchase a home to tell their real estate agent about their criminal past. The buyer’s agent then would be responsible for disclosing, in writing, that information to the seller’s agent during the transaction. The buyer’s agent would

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Home Owners Reluctant to Sell; Inventories Fall

Nationally, inventory levels of for-sale homes at the end of 2012 were down 17.3 percent from year-ago levels, reaching the lowest level in more than five years. In the Odenton, Md., area, the drop in the number of for-sale properties is even more dramatic. Home Owners Reluctant

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Foreclosed Home Owners Become New Crop of Buyers

The Federal Housing Administration allows people who have lost their home to foreclosure to purchase a home again three years following a foreclosure. Foreclosed Home Owners Become New Crop of Buyers.cialis black c200

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Veterans & Active Duty Personnel: $10,000 Home Buying Assistance Program Ends in June

Maryland initiative provides eligible home buyers generous downpayment and closing cost assistance   Current and former military personnel thinking of buying a home in Maryland this year should note that a state program offering them up to $10,000 in mortgage assistance is slated to expire June 30.

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Odenton, Severn Home Sales & Prices Continue to Surge Higher

  December Housing Numbers Show Local Real Estate Heating Up as Winter Sets In. Home sales in Odenton and Severn rocketed into the end of 2012, with the number of homes sold posting double-digit gains and average prices following not far behind. Severn home sellers in particular

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Court Rules No Disclosure Needed in Home’s Grisly Past

In the case, a home buyer filed suit against a seller for withholding certain information about a crime that took place on the property. The court ruled that the psychological effect from a home’s history could vary too much from person to person, and it should not have

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Smart Meters: Putting Maryland Homeowners in Danger?

The Maryland Public Service Commission today announced that it will take more time to fully consider whether ratepayers of three local utilities may potentially opt out of installing smart meters in their homes. In so ruling, the commission at least partially acknowledged that the new smart meters may put residents

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