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AFTER LONG SLIDE HOMEOWNERSHIP IS ON THE RISE

A few days ago, Housingwire.com posted a story about homeownership finally getting up off the canvas after being knocked down for an extended period of time. Of course, that’s excellent news. It was reported that homeownership rates continue to rise

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SOUTH FLORIDA HOME PRICES GROW

We all know the economy has experienced some peaks and valleys in recent days/weeks/months. Just ask the folks on Wall Street what the roller coaster ride has been like. With that said, we duly noted a piece posted on TheRealDeal.com

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2016 HOUSING MARKET PREDICTIONS

We are under 30 days and counting before a new year arrives, so it’s not surprising that many organizations are already beginning to distribute their respective predictions for 2016. To that end, Zillow, the home search portal, recently published its

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IS HOUSING DEMAND GOING TO SURGE?

Housing

Certainly, if you listen to the Mortgage Bankers Association, there will be a surge. The MBA believes that between 13.9 and 15.0 million households will be formed by 2024, making the next decade one of the strongest in housing in

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U.S. REAL ESTATE A GOOD DEAL

Real Estate

While some of our international neighbors clearly disagree with us on a few things, there appears to be one area that we’re all in agreement on – U.S. housing markets are the most affordable in the world. The aforementioned statement

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THE SUNSHINE STATE IS DEFINITELY SHINING

Housing

Florida is obviously known as the Sunshine State and it appears the skies couldn’t be any brighter for our state these days given some recently released economic news. According to a story in the Sun Sentinel which provided details from

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Rising Up The Charts

Real Estate

There’s an old radio expression that says “And, the hits just keep on coming.” Well, apparently, you can apply that to the housing recovery. According to the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), the housing recovery is likely to surge

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