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Home renovations can be costly. Add a mistake to it, and the costs can skyrocket even more.Emerick Architects has taken on dozens of commercial and residential renovation projects over the last 16 years, and their architects recently shared some of the most common renovation mistakes in an...

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The home inspection is perhaps the rockiest phase of a home purchase because the issues that arise could scare buyers off. But there are typical problems that sellers can be proactive about repairing in order to save the deal. Realtor.com® recently highlighted five of these problems and what...

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Kitchen redos can be pricey. That means home owners on a budget must be choosy when trying to decide what kitchen projects to spend money on and what improvements can wait.Realtor.com® recently launched a new series “Renovations That Really Pay Off," and their first article focuses on kitchen...

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RealtyTrac® recently released its 2016 Rental Affordability Analysis, which shows that buying is still more affordable than renting in 58 percent of U.S. housing markets, despite home price appreciation outpacing rent growth in 55 percent of markets. The report also shows that the rise in rents...

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Keeping up your home’s curb appeal shows more than pride of ownership. It shows respect for your neighbors. When or if you decide to sell, a well-maintained home means it will sell faster and likely for top dollar. Similarly, maintaining your home’s interior is likely to pay off in the end....

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Daily Real Estate News | Friday, February 26, 2016Mortgage rates declined this week, giving a boost to buyer affordability, Freddie Mac reports in its weekly mortgage market survey.Since the beginning of this year, 30-year rates have fallen nearly 40 basis points, “helping housing markets...

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