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Congratulations!

REALTOR® of the Year 2015

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Niel Thomas,
Coldwell Banker Best Properties
(907) 244-5648

REALTOR® Affiliate of the Year 2015

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First American Title
(907)223-8474

 

 NAR Daily News

Owners Are Spending More on Remodeling

Baby boomers may be sparking a remodeling boom. Homeowner spending on remodeling projects is expected to see steady growth through 2025, according to Demographic Change and the Remodeling Outlook, released by Harvard Joint Center for Housing Studies. Older owners are expected to make up the majority of those spending gains over the coming years too as Read More …

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Transit Hubs: Are They the New Mall?

Developers are pouring billions of dollars into giving facelifts to some transit hubs across the country. These improvements are not for expanding traveler capacity but to make these hubs more eye-catching and give commuters a reason to hang out and not just pass through. They’re mixing in dining, retail, event offerings, and even the chance Read More …

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Luxury Sellers Aren’t Going to Like This

More high-end home sellers across the country are being forced to offer discounts as the luxury real estate market shows signs of softening, The Wall Street Journal reports. Read more: Luxury Owners Rethink How They Use Space “Buyers are very price sensitive,” says Donna Olshan, a real estate professional based in Manhattan. “If it’s not Read More …

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Uneven Economic Recovery Has Real Estate Implications

Stagnant economic conditions for middle-class America continue to put some real estate markets on uneven ground. NAR’s chief economist Lawrence Yun, who presented his latest economic outlook at the 2017 REALTOR® Broker Summit in San Diego, said lifetime wealth is at an all-time high in the U.S. However, this wealth is highly concentrated in the Read More …

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Parents May Need a New Mortgage Perspective

Parents are having a tough time saving money. Fifty-one percent of parents recently surveyed say their mortgage was having a “major impact” on their ability to save, according to Bankrate’s Money Pulse survey for February. Read more: Buy a Home With No Monthly Payments? “It’s probably not as much about the mortgage as it is Read More …

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