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  • Buying a Home Called a “Foolish Mistake” by

    Buying a house makes a national list of the most foolish mistakes American adults feel they have made, according to a survey released to coincide with April Fools’ Day.

  • Energy Independence and Freedom! by

    An associate recently asked the question “why do we have to pay to live on planet earth”? Along with that, I have then heard complaints as to the costs of utility bills, whether they are an owner or an investor. Some Americans, frustrated with the cost of fossil fuels, are researching alternative options today in facing a different economy as well as climate change. Before you turn the page or look away, what if we had more choices in deciding the future of both our money and the future?

  • Five Vital Questions You Need to Ask Your LO About HARP Refinancing by

    Many homeowners across the country are underwater - stuck with a mortgage that is higher than the present value of their home. To make matters worse, a vast number of homeowners faced with this predicament have had difficulty qualifying for normal refinancing loans.

  • EXIT Realty Changes Lives to the Tune of a Quarter Billion Dollars by

    When Steve Morris founded EXIT Realty Corp. International in 1996, he imagined a company where everyone in the corporation could get a piece of the action thereby creating a future for real estate agents that never existed in the industry before. Sixteen years, hundreds of offices and thousands of agents later, the company today announced that it has paid out to-date, more than a quarter billion dollars in single-level residuals to its associates across the continent.

  • New Home Sales Take a Breather, Prices Rise by

    (Reuters) -- Sales of new single-family homes fell more than expected in February after hefty gains the previous month, but steady gains in home prices suggested the housing market recovery remains intact.

  • U.S. Cracks Down on 'Forced' Insurance by

    (WSJ) A U.S. housing regulator is cracking down on a little-known practice that has hit millions of struggling borrowers with high-price homeowners' insurance policies arranged by banks that benefit from the costly coverage.

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