By Luke Mullins , On Tuesday January 26, 2010, 5:03 pm EST Although home prices continued to stabilize in November, real estate experts believe we have another 5 or 10 percent of declines in store before values finally hit bottom. Advertisements
Those who consistently make money in real estate know the market. They know the location and the history. They know what new developments are planned. They know the transportation and the schools. They know everything about the area where they invest. They have to know it all. Staying ahead of the competition in real estate investment … More 5 Things Pro Investors Know
Some Housing Markets Hot Again, According to ZipRealty Q4 2009 “Home Hunter Report” Phoenix Is Most Coveted City by Online Home Hunters in 2009 These are just some of the highlights revealed by ZipRealty’s report released today, which identifies where home sellers are fetching the highest offers compared to their asking prices among 33 markets … More Some Housing Markets Hot Again
Existing home sales plunged in December, falling nearly 17 percent from November in their largest month-over-month drop since record-keeping began.
By Alan Zibel, AP Real Estate Writer , On Monday January 25, 2010, 3:26 pm WASHINGTON (AP) — Sales of previously occupied homes rose in 2009 for the first time in four years, despite a December slump that was due to a tax credit that had caused many buyers to complete sales earlier. Still, prices … More Home sales rose in ’09 as prices plunged 12 pct.
by Kenneth R. Harney When the Case-Shiller index reports that home prices have reversed course and are finally rising again, and you know that Case-Shiller has been the gloomiest, scariest-headline-producing monitor of the real estate market for the past three years — some say: We have truly turned the corner here. More
Luke Mullins, USNews.com Jan 13th, 2010 As the temperature drops and the snow piles up, it’s easy to forget that spring is quickly approaching. And after more than three years of a painful housing swoon, real estate experts predict that lower prices, attractive mortgage rates, and a tax perk from Uncle Sam will create the … More 10 Cheap Ways to Boost Your Sales Price