More than three-quarters of Americans who fall within Generations X and Y believe they have become increasingly knowledgeable about home ownership over the past six years, according to a new survey.
Many problems can be avoided in the first place if people would just pick up the telephone and call the other party rather than texting or e-mailing.
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Nearly a third of prospective home buyers would not rule out buying a "haunted house" or a property where some sort of paranormal activity is said to have to occurred, but many expect a discount of at least 20 percent for such properties.
While Brits have long been attracted to the Florida market, they are interested in enticing opportunities all across the U.S., as well as other countries where real estate prospects have been good. Any time buyers cross borders, differences emerge in finding, viewing, and purchasing property which play an important role in real estate transactions. U.K. buyers are no exception to this rule. Inside, you'll also learn more about these differences and what this implies for working with British buyers.
October 2012 marks the 20th anniversary of the International Real Property Foundation's (IRPF) efforts developing real estate markets in emerging economies. As the Foundation celebrates this milestone, it is important not only to reflect on its success but also to look toward the future.
What does it take to get a credit score of 785 or higher? FICO releases common habits of high scorers and how they qualify for some of the best mortgage rates.
Current and previous Leadership Academy members share their favorite business tips to stay competitive in today’s real estate industry, from education to relationship-building.