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The Seven Personas In One Seller: Seven Approaches In Selling Your Property

Selling your home is never easy. Aside from the emotional attachment that you and your family shared, finding the perfect buyer is difficult since good competitors in the real estate market are also growing in numbers. The proven solution to attract buyers is to lower the cost but there are also other ways in enticing […]

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4 real estate trends we’ll see in 2016

Higher interest rates may finally bring down prices on the “costly coasts” The Federal Reserve’s anticipated rise in interest rates is expected to impact all sorts of real-estate transactions, whether you’re buying, selling or renting. Here’s what you need to know for the coming year if you’re ready to take the big plunge as a […]

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The Return of the Affordable Starter Home

Surging prices have almost closed off the new-home market to young buyers like Brandon and Quincey Lindemann. But the Denver-area couple has found a way in. The Lindemanns paid $350,000 in October for a three-bedroom house at Tri Pointe Group Inc.’s Terrain, a new Castle Rock, Colorado, community designed for first-time buyers. While the home […]

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Peninsula housing inventory shrinks as demand increases

For area Realtor Kyle Hause, the Peninsula housing market is showing signs of recovery. “I’ve sold more lots in 12 months than I’ve sold in the last four years,” said Hause, a Realtor with Chantilly-based Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. that’s been selling real estate in the region for nearly 30 years. “We’re coming […]

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How is the real estate market in Williamsburg Virginia ?

When looking at sales statistics for any market you really need to drill down into the specific price range to gain an in depth understanding of what is happening. As you can see in the chart below depending on the price range closed sales, number of homes on the market and pending sales are drastically […]

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This reality TV star wants to teach you how to flip homes—for a $34,000 fee

The new rules of house flipping Flippers are now back in force, it turns out–but the rules have changed. Lenders no longer issue flaky loans to suspect buyers with a tiny down payment, which has chased dabblers out of the market. Since home prices no longer defy gravity, the only real way to profit on […]

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Hampton Roads/Southeast Virginia Housing Market

Information about the current state of the Hampton Roads/Southeast Virginia Housing Market. Read More

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How To Sell Your Rehab As Fast As Possible

Time is everything when trying to complete a rehab. Despite what you may see on TV, schedules are of the utmost importance when trying to maximize your return on investment (ROI). Every day your property goes without being sold, your returns will be diminished. The longer you hold onto a property, the more you will […]

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Richmond Real Estate Overview

Summary for Richmond Average price per square foot for Richmond VA was $142, an increase of 6% compared to the same period last year. The median sales price for homes in Richmond VA for May 14 to Jul 14 was $210,000 based on 753 home sales. Compared to the same period one year ago, the median […]

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Housing Market Improves

The Richmond area’s housing market posted increases in sales and prices during the third quarter, according to a report released Tuesday by the Richmond Association of Realtors. The number of sales in Richmond and Chesterfield, Hanover and Henrico counties rose 17 percent to 3,490 in the quarter that ended Sept. 30 compared with the same […]

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