Each one brings new challenges and opportunities, new sources of joy and frustration. But no matter what's going on, you should be able to maintain a certain level state that's independent of events.
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The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced this week that it will close for seven days this summer due to the forced government budget cuts.
More than one in three U.S. counties -- a record number -- are losing residents.
"At a high level, the U.S. foreclosure inferno has been effectively contained ... but dangerous foreclosure flare-ups are still popping up in states where foreclosures have been delayed," says a spokesperson for RealtyTrac.
Some real estate professionals argue that the rise in pocket listings is hurting the housing market.
A study finds that home loan and refinance applications are less likely to be approved if the borrower is a woman.
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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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