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Existing-home sales rose throughout much of 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic accelerated long-pending trends toward an American preference for single-family homeownership. During

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An online real estate platform that launched in 2012 with the stated goal of “simplifying the real estate process, one market at

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Wow, the market is really hot right now. Sure, we know you are thinking that this is the sort of thing every

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The latest COVID-19 stimulus package, dubbed the “American Rescue Plan” by President Biden, has made headlines for huge child tax credits, $1,400

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Although 2020 was a tough year in many respects, CEO of the Savannah Area Realtors (SAR) Steve Candler reported last month that

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If all goes well, Savannah, Georgia, could soon be the location of a new film-production studio that would generate movie- and television-related

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If you have ever done a real estate deal, then you probably have encountered the concept of private-money loans. sometimes called bridge

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When mortgage lender LoanDepot first took a shot at going public in 2015, the company pulled the sale just hours before it

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The southeast, like many parts of the country, has taken a hard hit as COVID-19 has spread throughout the country, accompanied by

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It all started with a Kansas City home inspector who had simply had enough of local flippers doing sub-par “improvements” on properties

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Most tech workers in the Bay Area of San Francisco, California, have had a love-hate relationship with their living situation for years.

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A Lake Eerie property owner whose valuable home was sold for $76,000 in October 2019 is suing to block the sale, claiming

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If something doesn’t change dramatically for many households by the end of this year, we could see a spike in “zombie” foreclosures

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Despite plummeting municipal revenues and pinched city budgets, more and more counties are calling off their tax lien and tax deed sales

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If you own a residential property in most areas of the country right now, you are receiving some sort of grace period

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It used to be that a hotel that rented rooms“by the hour” was not necessarily a place where you would be happy

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Here in 2020 may not be the year that you really want to pull up stakes and move, but if you were

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If you bought a property via tax lien or tax deed auction in 2019, you might have to wait a little bit

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The law authorizing the sale of tax liens to investors in Brooklyn, New York, is up for renewal in December. Some analysts

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Your investment capital is more than just a tool to generate returns. That capital is the physical manifestation of your hard work,

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