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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

Remodeling Spending Near 2006 Peak

Home owners are realizing the amount of equity they’ve accrued, and they’re looking to spend it on remodeling projects. Annual spending for home improvement projects is expected to bloom to $321 billion by the middle of next year, which is just shy of the previous peak set in 2006 (adjusting for inflation), notes Abbe Will, Read More …

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Baby Boomers Chart New Direction in Housing

Economists are having a tough time figuring out what housing market moves baby boomers will make next. Americans over the age of 55 are veering from previous generations, opting not to retire but instead launching second or even third careers. They are shunning the traditional patterns of retirement and that could have a big impact Read More …

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Mortgage Rates Inch Up Slightly This Week

Mortgage rates across the board ticked up this week, but still hover near historical lows. “Post-Brexit volatility tapered off over the last two weeks, allowing interest rates to bounce back a bit from their record (10-year Treasury yield) and near-record (30-year mortgage rate) lows,” says Sean Becketti, Freddie Mac’s chief economist. “This week, the 30-year Read More …

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HUD Investigates Down Payment Aid Programs

The Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that it will investigate accusations that some Federal Housing Administration lenders may be discounting guidelines on down payment assistance programs. Read more: 5 Tips to Help Buyers Save for a Down Payment HUD’s inspector general raised the issue earlier this year with a report that accused some Read More …

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The Worst Real Estate Advice Your Clients Hear

As a real estate professional, you sometimes have to compete with well-intentioned friends and family members offering your clients some not-so-great advice from the sidelines. Most of that advice tends to be aimed at the pricing of the home, which may hinder your client discussions. Read more: What Sellers Need to Know About Comps Realtor.com® Read More …

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