Monday’s blog created a strong request for us to address each of the four questions homeowners have. We will cover one question each day for the rest of the week. – The KCM Crew Whenever a person sells anything, they
via Can You Get Me the Best Price Available?.
This blog often discusses the data behind the housing market. Today, we want to address the emotion behind the market comeback; a belief in homeownership which is still alive and well in this country. A study conducted by Coldwell Banker
via The Emotion Driving the Housing Recovery.
Yesterday, we reported on the adverse impact foreclosures have had and will continue to have on the children of this country. Today, we want to talk about how parents can soften the effect. If you can’t keep your house, you
via Foreclosures: What About the Children (Part 2).
We were recently troubled by the findings of a research paper authored by Julia Isaacs of the Brookings Institute for the organization First Focus which was titled The Ongoing Impact of Foreclosures on Children. In the report, Ms. Isaacs quantified the
via Foreclosures: What About the Children? (Part 1).
Each quarter, Fannie Mae releases their National Housing Survey. They survey the American public on a multitude of questions concerning today’s housing market. We like to pull out some of the findings we deem most interesting each time it is
via National Housing Survey 2012.
In yesterday’s blog post, we explained that many experts believe home sales will increase in 2012. Today, we want to make sure that our readers realize that it will still take time for prices to begin to appreciate. Pricing is
via Real Estate: Sales Increasing. Prices – Not Yet..
Does it make sense to pay a full commission to your real estate agent in today’s market? Sellers, buyers and even agents are debating what should be charged to assist a consumer in completing a real estate transaction. Forget what
via Real Estate Commissions: You Get What You Pay For.
We try to give our readers great real estate information each and every day. This information is usually in the form of analysis of the most current reports and studies on housing. We almost never use anecdotal stories. Today, we
via Even a 14-Year-Old Knows It’s Time to Buy.
It’s the time of year when the so-called experts tell you how to fill out your brackets for college basketball. The frenzy has been coined March Madness. Well, in the mortgage industry, we are seeing a frenzy of headlines, offers
via March Madness for Real Estate and Mortgages.
People are delaying the decision to buy a home because they are not sure where prices are headed. If they buy and prices continue to soften, they feel that they will not have purchased at the optimal moment. They reason
via Where Are Rents Headed?.