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Weigh In on Remodeling Pay-Off in Your Market

September 20, 2012: 

Every year, REALTORS® in markets across the country judge the effects of remodeling projects on sales prices for the Cost vs. Value Report, done in cooperation with Remodeling magazine. From now until Oct. 5, you could win $500 just for adding your voice to the survey.

Higher Mortgage Fees Proposed in 5 States

September 20, 2012: 

The FHFA is proposing charging more for mortgages in these five states because it takes longer for banks to foreclose in these places.

Rentals Getting Too Pricey for Many

September 20, 2012: 

Rising rents are leading to a swelling number of people who are now spending at least half their income on rental fees.

Homebuilding Bounces Back in August

September 20, 2012: 

Construction on new homes is at its fastest pace in more than two years.

Buyer's Guide to Financial Management Tools

September 20, 2012: 

Confused about where your money's going? Master your finances with the latest software and cloud-based tools.

Make Google Fall in Love With You (All Over Again)

September 20, 2012: 

Call it Love Story 2.0: Here's what you need to know to attract the attention of Google now that the company has changed the way its search engine works.

Builder Confidence Bounces Back to 2006 Levels

September 19, 2012: 

Homebuilders haven't been this confident about sales, future sales, and buyer traffic since June 2006, which is right before the housing crisis took hold, a new index shows.

In Buy vs. Rent, Home Buying Wins Again

September 18, 2012: 

A new Trulia study shows that owning a home is more affordable than renting over a seven-year time frame in America's 100 biggest cities.

Foreclosures Continue to Fall From Last Year's Levels

September 18, 2012: 

Many experts predicted a foreclosure wave to occur with bank-owned properties reaching elevated levels. But the latest data again shows the "wave" has yet to materialize. Find out which states have seen the largest foreclosure decreases.

Fannie Takes Bigger Grip Over Its REO Sales

September 18, 2012: 

Fannie Mae announced that it will no longer be using third-party vendors and sales teams to help manage its REO properties. However, the GSE says it does still plan to use real estate professionals to market properties.