Home Buying Newswire (Page 2)

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  1. California renter apocalypse: Why the rise in housing values is a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Dr. Housing Bubble Blog

    California renter apocalypse: Why the rise in housing values is a reflection of a disappearing middle class. California rents up 5.7 percent last year.


  2. Three priorities to make for a strong financial foundationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Deseret News

    With auto payments, student loans, travel aspirations, and the unyielding vision of the white picket fence, it's hard to know what to prioritize financially. Young people especially face crucial financial decisions as they transition into the professional world.


  3. Former Blyth submarine base provides the perfect setting for that dream seafront homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chronicle Live

    The homes at South Shore are said to have some of the best sea views of newly-built homes in the North East - and one could be yours A stone's throw away from the beach, many would envy a family home so close to the beautiful North East coastline. Persimmon Homes have released the first houses in the second stage of their development at South Shore, in Blyth , so close to the beach you can almost feel the sand between your toes.


  4. Top 5 Mistakes of Mortgage ShoppersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Fox News

    Mortgage shopping can be an overwhelming experience for first-time homebuyers, and is not a walk in the park even for the experienced buyer. As you go through the mortgage shopping process, consider these top five errors that can trip up any homebuyer: 1. Not Paying Attention to Your Credit Rating - A poor credit score can result in a higher interest rate, or perhaps not qualifying for a loan at all.


  5. Realtor of the week: Lammons has real estate knowledge 'in her DNA'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Chron

    Buying a home is a major decision, for it is where an individual, couple or family will retreat, recharge, make memories and possibly raise a family. And it is an investment.


  6. Consider options carefully before tapping RRSP to buy a first homeRead the original story

    Friday | Lethbridge Herald

    It's an option for many people buying their first home, but when deciding whether to tap into RRSPs, investment advisers urge caution. "Whether or not it is a good idea to use the homebuyers withdrawal plan, I would say the answer is maybe," says Kelly Gares, an adviser with BlueShore Financial in West Vancouver, B.C. Under the homebuyers' plan, people can withdraw up to $25,000 from an RRSP to help buy or build a first home.


  7. Why the 20-Year Mortgage Is the Answer to Housing Finance MessRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | American Banker

    Edward J. Pinto is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute and co-director of AEI's International Center on Housing Risk. A recent Associated Press poll found more than six in 10 respondents expressed only slight confidence - or none at all - in the ability of the federal government to make progress on important issues facing the country.


  8. Creating your home buying wish listRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Day

    One common piece of advice for managing your money is to identify which expenses are necessary and which ones are voluntary. In this way, you can determine how you can save a few bucks and perhaps think twice before taking out your wallet.


  9. Personal Lending Group Says 2016 is a Year to Purchase a HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 28 | 24-7 Press Release

    The Fed's December rate hike could send mortgage rates up slightly this year, but it shouldn't be enough to deter homebuyers in 2016 as the housing market continues to rebound, according to a recent survey of prospective homebuyers by the National Association of Realtors. The .25-percent federal rate increase, the first in almost a decade, helped raise the average 30-year fixed rate mortgage to just 3.9 percent at year's end, and is forecast by the NAR to reach 4.7 percent by the end of 2016.


  10. New UK homes to have superfast broadbandRead the original story

    Friday | Advanced-television.com

    ... as we continue to see housing supply grow. Broadband speeds are an increasingly important factor in the home buying process and this offer to developers will see more new build purchasers benefit from the very best connectivity to go alongside the ...


  11. Scots home ownership aspirations revealed by surveyRead the original story

    Friday | Scotsman.com

    Two-fifths of Scots not already on the property ladder do not believe they will ever be able to buy their own house, according to research. Just over a quarter believe it is a "normal" situation to be in while 14 per cent are concerned about the prospect of never being a homeowner, the Bank of Scotland How Scotland Lives report found.


  12. HOMEFINDER: Open houses offer flexibility for buyers and sellersRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Lake Cowichan Gazette

    Mike Hartshorne of DFH Real Estate Ltd. said open houses can offer a level of convenience for both sellers and buyers that private showings may not. A common tool realtors and sellers choose to show their home to potential buyers is an open house.


  13. Super Bowl memories: Doritos commercial got her a dream home, so now she's helping others find theirsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Orange County Register

    An audience of 100 million, give or take, saw her work, the commercial she helped write and produce called "Cowboy Kid." Amber Gill left the skybox at New Jersey's MetLife Stadium thinking she was about to launch her film career.


  14. Despite Nearly Four Years of Gains, Homes Are Still Cheaper Than Pre-Bubble LevelsRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Truth About Mortgage

    You'd think that after 43 consecutive months of year-over-year home price appreciation things would begin to get too expensive for most folks. Or that future price increases would be doubtful.


  15. Western Albemarle Fourth Quarter Real Estate ReportRead the original story

    Thursday | Crozet Gazette

    ... low interest rates and prices that remain relatively flat. According to our friends at The KCM Crew, delaying home buying until 2017 could cost an average buyer an additional $2200 per year and $67,000 over 30 years. And with the Wall Street Journal ...


  16. Real Estate Expo Las Vegas Brings "All Things Real Estate Under One Roof" this AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Nevada Business Journal

    ... more. Additionally, nearly 30 educational and informational sessions are scheduled to cover topics such as the home buying process, mortgage financing, financial planning, home technology and programs to help home buyers. Other sessions will offer ...


  17. Despite a Short Breakeven Horizon, Millennials May Still Have Reason to RentRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Zillow Blog

    In some of the nation's hottest job markets, it takes longer to break even on a home than young workers stay in the same job. Nationally, it takes less than two years for buying a home to be a better decision than renting it, according to Zillow's Q4 2015 Breakeven Horizon.


  18. How Does Rent-to-Own Work?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 4 | NewsOK.com

    You've probably heard the term "rent-to-own" used with consumer products like furniture or cars, but it can apply to homes, too. If you're a renter and have your sights set on buying a house down the road, a rent-to-own agreement is one path to get there.


  19. Evelyn Serrano Awarded as a Top Rated Real Estate Agent in Lincoln Village ProperRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | OnlinePRNews

    ... truly important decisions. You have gone far beyond the normal expectation and did your best to give us the best home buying experience a first time home buyer can ever experience. You have really made this entire process easy and comfortable for ...


  20. Stacey Sandoe Awarded as a Top Rated Real Estate Agent in VacavilleRead the original story

    Thursday Feb 4 | OnlinePRNews

    Online PR News 04-February-2016 Vacaville, California Stacey Sandoe has been selected as one of the Top Rated Real Estate Agents in Vacaville to be featured on TV Top Real Estate on Xfinity On Demand available on Comcast. TV Top Rated Real Estate features videos of Top Rated Real Estate Agents and their homes listed for sale which will allow consumers to select the best Real Estate Agent when buying or selling their home.