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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

Housing Shortages Stifle Sales Contracts

[embedded content] Pending home sales mostly held steady last month as supply and affordability issues capped any larger boosts, the National Association of REALTORS® reported Wednesday. NAR’s Pending Home Sales Index, a forward-looking indicator based on contract signings, showed contracts were on the rise in the Northeast and Midwest, which were mostly offset by drops Read More …

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New-Home Sales Post a Strong Rebound

Sales of new single-family homes are climbing, rising 3.5 percent in June to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 592,000 units, the Commerce Department reported Tuesday. New home sales are up 9.3 percent in the second quarter compared to the first quarter. Learn how to build partnerships in the new-home construction market. “The fact that Read More …

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FinCEN GTOs Expand Beyond NYC and Florida

The Financial Crimes Enforcement Network today announced an expansion of their Geographic Targeting Orders in an effort to identify situations where property purchases are being used in money-laundering schemes or to finance terrorism. FinCEN, which is part of the U.S. Treasury Department, issued GTOs in Manhattan and Miami-Dade County, Fla. earlier this year, which they say “are helping Read More …

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Olympic Athletes Face Housing Woes in Rio

The Summer Olympics are just days away from kicking off in Rio De Janeiro. But the athletes say they’re facing a major housing problem due to infrastructure and sanitary problems uncovered in the village where they are to stay. The move-in date for Rio’s Athlete Village was scheduled for July 24. But Australian and Swedish Olympic delegations Read More …

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What Are Americans’ Top Housing Concerns?

It might not be all low inventory and high prices. It seems Americans have a confidence problem when it comes to the housing market. They’re increasingly apprehensive to move forward, citing concerns over the economy and job security, according to the latest ValueInsured Modern Homebuyer Survey, a measure of confidence in the health of the housing market Read More …

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