When it comes to identifying the most popular group in our area, topping the list has to be hardware store employees—at least for the homeowners wandering the aisles of a local hardware outlet, looking for help.
If a phone call had interrupted at that point, it would have been hard for any investor to feel good about the “surprising turn” and the “unexpected dip.
A (slightly tongue-in-cheek) Multiple choice quiz: Select the BEST REASON WHY you should be sure to hire an experienced Realtor
When any of these common corollaries do actually come to pass, it may seem to be proof that Nature conspires against Man. But that’s not so. There’s a rainbow at the end of the storm
As residents strive to resume life and career in anything like their pre-pandemic forms, one phrase that used to appear a lot less frequently keeps popping up: “the new normal.”
For a large number of prospective homebuyers, the feasibility of the transaction depends on the terms being offered by the home loan originators.
Like most of the rest of the news, midsummer real estate reporting usually draws little attention. It’s what journalists call the ‘silly season,’ when unimportant or just plain silly stories fill in for real news.
The latest Consumer Price Index registered a 12-month rise of just 5.0%. For many homeowners, that percentage is hard to square with the prices that keep ringing up at local gas stations.
Regardless of folks’ wider views on climate change, there is universal agreement when it comes to one change in climate: it’s going to get hotter. It’s one climate change that happens every summer.
The clear-headed way to protect long-term family resources is to establish a housing budget based on a careful review of current and projected income and expenses.