Three-for-One Bonus: V2.0 of Appraisal Institute's 'Green & Energy Efficient Addendum' Hits the Street
The second version is very consistent with the first release, simply clarifying some field names and some organization tweaks that make it easier to use. Perhaps the biggest change for the appraiser is that it spells out an answer to the question: Who should complete this addendum?
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Read part three of a summary of the trends in consumers' views towards home buying and home ownership during the past nine years, a period of dramatic change.
Read part two of a summary of the trends in consumers' views towards home buying and home ownership during the past nine years, a period of dramatic change.
Year-over-year, foreclosure filings declined by a quarter last month, but moved up slightly from January.
Taken together, these banks are foreclosing on hundreds of thousands of mortgages.
Profits and growth bring with them a whole new set of problems totally separate from the day-to-day running of your real estate business, and if you want to maximize profits and keep overhead down, there's still plenty of work to be done.
A Tampa, Fla., real estate professional has been dismissed from a complaint filed by a fair housing tester in November 2012, says National Association of REALTORS® General Counsel Laurie Janik. His case generated attention online and off this week after he posted an account of the resulting legal and financial complications on real estate social media site ActiveRain.
That's just one of the important findings in the 2013 Profile of Buyers' Home Feature Preferences, released today by NAR.
The millennial generation is showing a preference for quirky fixer-uppers over the "cookie cutter" luxury homes their parents' generation tended to desire, a new survey reveals.