Real Estate

Case-Shiller Home Price Growth Slower in January

Case-Shiller Home Price Growth Slower in January

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Home price indices issued by S&P Case-Shiller showed further slowing in home price growth in January. The national home price index showed 4.30 percent home price growth for the three months ended in January. Analysts expected home prices to grow 4.20 percent for the same period in cities surveyed by Case-Shiller. More cities reported declines in home prices than those that posted gains in home prices.

Are Multi-Unit Properties the Right Move for You?

Are Multi-Unit Properties the Right Move for You?

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Real estate isn’t a one-size-fits-all pursuit. Buying and renting multi-unit properties is one of the ways investors build residual income while increasing their property portfolios. However, multi-unit rentals come with some unique challenges. Are you ready to manage a multi-unit rental property?

14 Remodeling Projects That Increase the Value of Your Home

14 Remodeling Projects That Increase the Value of Your Home

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Your home is likely your largest investment. Beyond repairs and regular maintenance to keep it clean, comfortable, and safe, there are a number of projects that can increase the resale value of your property. These renovations top the list of changes you can make that positively impact your home’s value.

NAHB: Housing Market Index Flat in March

NAHB: Housing Market Index Flat in March

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Builder sentiment held steady in March as headwinds in housing markets affected homebuilder confidence, but National Association of Home Builders Chairman Greg Ugalde said that builders were looking forward to a “solid spring home-buying season.” Builder sentiment mirrored February’s index reading of 62; analysts expected an uptick to 63.

3 Questions to Ask Before You Buy Your First Home

3 Questions to Ask Before You Buy Your First Home

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Hunting for your new home can be a confusing process. There are countless factors you need to take into account to ensure your new location fits your family’s lifestyle and preferences. In their excitement, first-time home buyers can easily overlook some essential points about their potential property.