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Attention Home Shoppers
When it comes to buying a property, the “good old days” are here again! The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)/Wells Fargo Housing Opportunity Index (HOI) announced that nationwide housing affordability during the first quarter of 2011 rose to its highest level in the more than 20 years since it started being measured.
Whether you’ve just moved into your very first home and you’re working with a blank canvas, or you’re redecorating your home for the fifth time, coming up with decorating ideas can be a challenge.
You may have heard the adage that “every market is different.” But do you know why? Here’s a look at just a few of the may factors that make very real estate market unique.
Mind the Gap
Ideally, you’d always be able to coordinate your closings so that you sell one home and buy the next on the same day. But things don’t always go so smoothly. So what do you do when your closings don’t line up?
If you’re considering doing any major outdoor renovations this summer, remember: some projects are better bets than others in terms of recouping expenses when you sell your house.