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7 Tips For Picking a Real Estate Agent

By Dana Dratch for Bankrate.com Want to see through the hype to hire the best real estate agent? There are things you can do to pull back the curtain and accurately assess a real estate agent’s past performance and potential success with your home, even though when it comes...
Posted On 06 Jun 2015

The Advantages of Buying a Home at the End of the Month

By Tess Frame for GOBankingRates.com Most people are aware of home buying’s seasonality; March and April are generally the hottest months for sellers, evidenced by the “for sale” signs that pop up every spring, while buyers are more likely to get a better deal in the winter, when...
Posted On 30 May 2015

The Advantages of Buying a Home at the End of the Month

By Tess Frame for GOBankingRates.com Most people are aware of home buying’s seasonality; March and April are generally the hottest months for sellers, evidenced by the “for sale” signs that pop up every spring, while buyers are more likely to get a better deal in the winter, when...
Posted On 30 May 2015

HD Stock – Buy Home Depot to Play the Housing Recovery

By Louis Navellier, Editor, Blue Chip Growth There’s no sugarcoating it: The past few weeks have been rough for the U.S. economy. Last week, we found  out that retail sales fell flat in April, and the prior week’s March trade report  was horrific. Between the cautious American...
Posted On 28 May 2015

Too Little Home Insurance?

Most homeowners have insurance because their mortgage lenders require them to. But two thirds of them are under insured , and more than 60% of renters don’t have insurance. Nora Brooks was among the hundreds of New Yorkers who Source
Posted On 21 May 2015

A Millennial And Want To Own A Home? Do These 4 Things

By Liz Weston for Bankrate.com Millennials are buying homes later in life than their parents or grandparents, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing. This younger generation also marries later (29 for men and 27 for women, according to the Census Bureau, compared with 25...
Posted On 16 May 2015

Housing Recovery – For Real

The housing comeback from the Great Recession has been long and slow. Now, finally, it looks as if we are finally getting some traction. Mortgage lending is strong, and that’s a good sign for both the economy and the Source
Posted On 16 May 2015

To-Dos After Your Divorce

You might view divorce as a series of distinct steps filing the paperwork, negotiating with your ex, getting a settlement and reaching the end of your marriage. Yet still more work sometimes lots of it remains after your divorce. Source
Posted On 09 May 2015

Buying A Home? Look Past The Staging

By Michele Lerner for Bankrate.com Buying a home? Then you’ve likely come across a staged home. Home sellers rearrange furniture to make rooms look bigger and bake cookies to fill the air with a homey aroma. But you, smart homebuyer, should look beyond the stagecraft....
Posted On 08 May 2015

Homebuilders, Long Under Pressure, Now Ready To Rise Again

It is an old adage of investing that companies that survive a crisis usually emerge leaner and meaner, and therefore usually provide a good long-term investment opportunity. If that is the case, then no sector is leaner and meaner than U.S. homebuilders. If you had told me at the...
Posted On 07 May 2015