Monthly archive for September 2013

More Homeowners Recapture Long-Lost Equity

Two recent housing reports are confirming the same picture: Homeowners are rapidly recapturing the equity they had lost in the last decade. More Home Owners Recapture Long-Lost Equityprice comparison cialis vs viagra

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Are Rising Home Prices Prompting More Divorces?

“So many couples have been living together and biding their time,” says an Orlando lawyer. “I know many people who have coasted for years and touched base with me periodically — until they got equity in their homes.” Are Rising Home Prices Prompting More Divorces?buying cialis safely

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Investor Demand for Homes Starts to Cool

“Now you see fewer bargain prices in the market and that’s a reason investor demand is coming off its peak,” said one expert. That leaves more room for other potential buyers to get into the market. Investor Demand Starts to Coolviagra cialis levitra order online

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Ready for a Housing Sell-Off? Equity-Backed Homeowners About to Resurface

In the next 15 months, 8.3 million homeowners — about 18 percent of homeowners who have a mortgage — are expected to gain enough equity to be in a better position to sell their homes, according to a new report. Ready for a Sell-Off? Equity-Backed Home Owners

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Five Inspection Problems Buyers Shouldn’t Ignore

A typical home inspection may uncover many problems, some severe, some not. Here are five home condition issues that definitely should not be ignored. Five Inspection Problems Buyers Shouldn’t Ignoregeneric cialis vs generic viagra

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Former Agent Pleads Guilty to Stealing REOs’ Appliances

According to prosecutors, Smathers used a master key to access at least one vacant HUD home per week from September 2008 to July 2009 to take appliances from the homes. Obviously, she’s not a very ethical person. Former Agent Pleads Guilty to Stealing REOs’ Appliancesonline cialis legit

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Disputes Often Arise Over What Items Convey With a Home Sale

Disputes over $150 ceiling fans, curtains, or a dusty chandelier may seem trivial when negotiating a home sale, but some real estate professionals say such squabbles have actually cost them deals. ‘Real Estate’s Version of Road Rage’cialis jelly online

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