Consumer Attitudes on Housing Continue

Consumer Attitudes on Housing Continue Summer Season’s Gradual Upward Trend Americans’ Overall Economic Sentiment Shows Marked Improvement, Some Areas Post Record Highs Results from Fannie Mae’s September 2012 National Housing Survey show Americans’ optimism about the recovery of the housing market and with regard to homeownership continued its gradual climb, bolstered by a series of …

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12 Simple Home Repair Jobs to Lift You Out of Winter’s Funk

Accomplishments — even little ones — go a long way toward a sunny outlook. Fortunately, there are plenty of easy, quick home repair chores you can do when you’re mired in the thick of winter. For max efficiency, make a to-do list ahead of time and shop for all the tools and supplies in one …

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Is housing looking up?

USA Today posted an article entitled: “Housing outlook is more upbeat.”  Apparently, it’s believed that the housing market is finally nearing the bottom for good.  According to the article, both home sales and home building are expected to rise this year–after the steep decrease in both the past five years.  Here are just a few …

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Three ways to buy into high-demand real estate market

You’d think with so many homes for sale, there would be no problem finding one to buy. However, plenty of buyers who would like to buy now to take advantage of low interest rates and prices can’t find the right home. One problem is that the most desirable areas don’t have an oversupply of good …

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