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  1. Ita s a gas, but ita s no funRead the original story

    42 min ago | TheCourier.com

    By SARA ARTHURS Staff Writer Radon, a cancer-causing gas prevalent in this area, can easily seep into homes through basements and crawl spaces, unbeknownst to the occupants.


  2. Darien Real Estate: Insights From the 2014 MarketRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Patch.com

    Statistics from the Darien real estate market. Facts, trends and what you should know if you are buying or selling a home.


  3. Dear Monty: Sell home now? Or wait until summer?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 21 | SouthCoastToday.com

    Reader question: We've decided to sell our home and buy in a different school district. I'd like to sell in March so I can pre-register my kids for school.


  4. Macomb County Michigan For Sale By Owner 3 Things To Know Before Trying To Sell Your Home or CondodRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | PR Log

    If you're looking to sell your Macomb County Michigan home or condo in the near future, you may feel inclined to list it as a For Sale By Owner before working with a Realtor. PRLog - Jan. 25, 2015 - CHESTERFIELD TWP, Mich.


  5. Real estate activity in 2014 hits six-year highRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Jefferson Post Online Edition

    Interest rates were low, inventory was strong and prices attracted attention. For the fourth consecutive year, realtor-assisted home sales increased in the three-county area.


  6. Existing-Home Sales Bounce Back in DecemberRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Natl. Relocation & Real Estate

    Despite low inventory conditions, existing-home sales bounced back in December and climbed above an annual pace of 5 million sales for the sixth time in seven months, according to the National Association of REALTORSA . Median home prices for 2014 rose to their highest level since 2007, but total sales fell 3.1 percent from 2013.


  7. Weekly market recap: Major move by ECBRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Examiner.com

    For the week ending January 23, 2015, the markets were up breaking a three week streak of losses. Equities were higher due largely to the higher than expected ECB quantitative easing program, but concern over the Greek elections weighed on the markets on Friday.


  8. Ask the Expert: Why Should Homeowners Care about Radon Testing?Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Natl. Relocation & Real Estate

    Q: As we make our way through National Radon Action Month, why is it so important for homeowners to take a proactive approach to radon testing? A: The United States Environmental Protection Agency has declared January National Radon Action Month. Occurring when we're likely to spend most of our time indoors, January is the perfect time to consider the importance of a proactive approach to radon testing.


  9. Existing Sales Headline--Biggest Drop Since 2010--But What Else?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Builder

    MarketWatch staffer Greg Robb reports that sales of existing homes fell last year for the first time since 2010, despite several factors that typically help the market, including low mortgage rates. There are two trends worth mentioning about the latest National Association of Realtors data print on existing home sales.


  10. Become an Informed Home Buyer-the Interactive open houseRead the original story

    18 hrs ago | PR Log

    PRLog - Jan. 25, 2015 - CHICAGO -- Welcome Home Chicago Properties has teamed up with the Lighthouse team of Exit Strategy Realty to develop the final stages of our business model our exit strategy. The Lighthouse team members are among the most knowledgeable agents in the industry, they have been trained in our rehab process, identifying the differences between Gut rehab and partial rehab or remodeling as well as current market analysis of subject properties.


  11. Outdoor improvements attract homebuyersRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Columbus Dispatch

    Relatively inexpensive improvements, many of them on the exterior, will return more of their cost when the home is sold than big-ticket changes, according to the latest version of the "Cost vs. Value" report prepared by Remodeling magazine. The annual report compares the cost of 36 home improvements to the estimated value they will add to a home when it is sold.


  12. December Home Sales Increase SharplyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Daily News

    Shelby County recorded 1,843 home sales in December, up 26.1 percent from 1,142 homes sold in December 2013. The average sales price of a home in December was $133,075, down 3.1 percent from $137,314 in December 2013.


  13. How Home Hunters and Buyers Can Use the RegisterRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Independent.ie

    ANYONE thinking of buying or selling a house or apartment would be well advised to look at the property price register before submitting a bid or putting the property up for sale. Produced by the Property Services Regulatory Authority, which is tasked with regulating estate agents and management companies, the public register provides the price, address and date of sale of residential properties sold since January 2010, giving a useful guide to what homes in particular areas are fetching.


  14. Realities of Real Estate: The start of spring for home salesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | The Maryland Gazette

    As most people know, the pace of home sales varies throughout the year, with the popular belief being that the majority of home sales take place in the spring. While it's true that spring is a busy time of year, what most buyers and sellers don't realize is how early the spring market actually begins.


  15. Central Banks And Economic Reports Keep Bull Market AliveRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Seeking Alpha

    The U.S. market remains within two percent of its all-time high, and major European markets are surging back toward their previous highs. We can thank the Fed and the European Central Bank for knowing exactly what to say when the stock market pulls back, and for action when markets threaten to decline.


  16. The 3 Best Industrial Stocks for 2015Read the original story

    Saturday | The Motley Fool

    The American economy is growing stronger. Unemployment is at the lowest levels in almost a decade, the housing market is steadily bouncing back, and U.S. manufacturing is having a bit of a renaissance.


  17. STTG Market Recap Jan 23, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Trader Mike

    Friday was a generally quiet session until the closing 90 minutes when sellers came in; the S&P 500 fell 0.55% while the NASDAQ gained 0.16%. A pretty significant warning by shipper UPS might be something to watch for an economic perspective - this is a company that moves a lot of goods around the country.


  18. A Big Band-Aid, but No Cure for EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Morningstar

    The ECB did what it had to do this week, but quantitative easing won't solve Europe's fundamental problems. The biggest news this week was the European Central Bank's announcement of a very large and very long program of quantitative easing.


  19. Chris Spade of Spade Home Made, Inc and Keller Williams Realty Lists Another Mission Hills PropertyRead the original story

    Saturday | PR.com

    Chris Spade from Keller Williams Realty and CEO and President of Spade Home Made, Inc. list a new condo at 3625 Keating Street #4, San Diego, CA 92110. The condo, located on Keating and Linwood hits the market today.


  20. What deters a potential buyer? Rubbish and teenagers in beds...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Evening News

    Estate agents have stated what they think puts potential buyers off in the wake of a new report which says rubbish could reduce the cost of a home by up to 12 pc. Cigarette butts and food wrappers on pavements or wheelie bins overflowing with rubbish will put off house buyers before they see the property, according to a report commissioned by environmental campaigners Keep Britain Tidy.