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Ga. Landlord paying $80K for Tenant-to-Tenant Harassment
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
According to a HUD allegation, landlords are responsible for Fair Housing Act violations by one tenant against another if the landlord does nothing to stop it. ...Read More
 
Broward County Has New Affordable Housing Idea
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
Under a new proposal, developers wouldn’t need special permission to build residential units on commercial and business property if it includes affordable housing. ...Read More
 
FHA Lending Now Financially Strong – Enough to Ease Fees?
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
FHA borrowers pay fees to protect the program from foreclosures, but FHA’s monetary kitty is so big now that NAR wants it to lower the fees homebuyers must pay. ...Read More
 
J.D. Power Ranks 2019’s ‘Favorite Mortgage Lenders’
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
Overall, mortgage borrowers were a bit less satisfied with the lending process this year, which J.D. Power attributes, in part, to an increase in technology and less customer service. However, J.D. Power still put Quicken – an online lender – at the top of its 2019 list. Read More
 
CoreLogic: Fewer Homebuyers Pay More than Asking Price
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
In 2Q 2019, about 15% of U.S. homes sold for the asking price while 67% sold for less, as bidding wars and over-asking-price offers continue to slow. ...Read More
 
Climate Change and Real Estate: It’s Attitudes More than Science
11/15/2019 3:11 AM
A study looked at the impact of rising seas on real estate prices and found residents’ beliefs a contributing factor. If a city’s population generally believes in climate change, housing values in higher-risk areas suffer some – but values aren’t affected as much if residents don’t. Read More
 
Fear the Uptick in Risky Loans? It’s Nothing Like 2008
11/15/2019 2:11 AM
In 2018, the number of unconventional mortgages was less than 3% of the market; in 2006, they were 39%. And negative-amortization loans have all but disappeared. ...Read More
 
Florida’s Sunshine and Tax Benefits Beckon Billionaires
11/15/2019 1:11 AM
While the president is the most famous rich person moving to Fla., he’s not alone. But it’s too soon to determine the impact of tax migrations on states’ budgets. ...Read More
 
8 Signs a Buyer Is Ready To Stop Renting
11/15/2019 1:11 AM
Many renters have a nagging dream to own a home but a general attitude that it won’t work out, so why try? The answer to these questions might help them commit. ...Read More
 
What Do Most Sellers Forget When Prepping a Home for Sale?
11/15/2019 12:11 AM
There’s a lot to do between staging and hiding jewelry, so many sellers forget the top attraction for some visitors: A medicine cabinet full of prescription drugs. ...Read More




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Ga. Landlord paying $80K for Tenant-to-Tenant Harassment
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
According to a HUD allegation, landlords are responsible for Fair Housing Act violations by one tenant against another if the landlord does nothing to stop it. ...Read More
 
Broward County Has New Affordable Housing Idea
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
Under a new proposal, developers wouldn’t need special permission to build residential units on commercial and business property if it includes affordable housing. ...Read More
 
FHA Lending Now Financially Strong – Enough to Ease Fees?
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
FHA borrowers pay fees to protect the program from foreclosures, but FHA’s monetary kitty is so big now that NAR wants it to lower the fees homebuyers must pay. ...Read More
 
J.D. Power Ranks 2019’s ‘Favorite Mortgage Lenders’
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
Overall, mortgage borrowers were a bit less satisfied with the lending process this year, which J.D. Power attributes, in part, to an increase in technology and less customer service. However, J.D. Power still put Quicken – an online lender – at the top of its 2019 list. Read More
 
CoreLogic: Fewer Homebuyers Pay More than Asking Price
11/18/2019 3:11 AM
In 2Q 2019, about 15% of U.S. homes sold for the asking price while 67% sold for less, as bidding wars and over-asking-price offers continue to slow. ...Read More
 
Climate Change and Real Estate: It’s Attitudes More than Science
11/15/2019 3:11 AM
A study looked at the impact of rising seas on real estate prices and found residents’ beliefs a contributing factor. If a city’s population generally believes in climate change, housing values in higher-risk areas suffer some – but values aren’t affected as much if residents don’t. Read More
 
Fear the Uptick in Risky Loans? It’s Nothing Like 2008
11/15/2019 2:11 AM
In 2018, the number of unconventional mortgages was less than 3% of the market; in 2006, they were 39%. And negative-amortization loans have all but disappeared. ...Read More
 
Florida’s Sunshine and Tax Benefits Beckon Billionaires
11/15/2019 1:11 AM
While the president is the most famous rich person moving to Fla., he’s not alone. But it’s too soon to determine the impact of tax migrations on states’ budgets. ...Read More
 
8 Signs a Buyer Is Ready To Stop Renting
11/15/2019 1:11 AM
Many renters have a nagging dream to own a home but a general attitude that it won’t work out, so why try? The answer to these questions might help them commit. ...Read More
 
What Do Most Sellers Forget When Prepping a Home for Sale?
11/15/2019 12:11 AM
There’s a lot to do between staging and hiding jewelry, so many sellers forget the top attraction for some visitors: A medicine cabinet full of prescription drugs. ...Read More