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Voice for Real Estate 71: Net Neutrality, Closing Disclosure, Finance Reform Published on Jul 12, 2017 NAR is working with other groups to fight against efforts to roll back net neutrality rules to help maintain an even playing field for all real estate content online. The video also looks at a win for agents now […]
June 2017 Housing Minute JUNE 30, 2017 Last month was an uneven month for the housing market. The robust demand for buying a home helped spur an uptick in existing sales, but weak inventory levels continued to push up price growth while slowing the number of home contract signings.
Voice for Real Estate 68: Hill Visits, BOD Decisions MAY 31, 2017 More than 9,000 REALTORS® came to Washington to lobby their members of Congress to protect tax incentives for real estate. Also, NAR’s Board of Directors made decisions to help real estate going forward. And home sales slowed but days-on-market picked up to its […]
Voice for Real Estate 62: Tax Reform, RESPA Fines, Prices, Pets FEBRUARY 21, 2017 A tax reform plan by the House Ways & Means Committee would eliminate the property tax deduction, double the standard deduction, and lower tax rates. Also being considered is repeal of 1031 tax-deferred exchanges. REALTORS® expressed concerns over the changes at […]
Published on Jan 10, 2017 FHA dropped the mortgage insurance premium on FHA loans. Also, homeowners can benefit from mortgage debt cancellation relief in the 2017 tax year if the lender signed an agreement in 2016 to write down part of the mortgage in 2017. Other segments look at working with customers who have a […]
By Matt Parker Despite the fact that most shy away from listing their home during the holidays, it’s actually a great time to sell your home. Below are reasons you should deck your halls—and then sell them. Time off. The holidays are a great time to sell! There can be people relocating before the New […]
5 Tricks to Keep Your Pipes from Exploding this Winter How to prevent your pipes from freezing, even if you think they’ve already started to freeze. New homeowners may have heard that winterization is important, but in the hubbub of your first year living in a home you own (finally!), it can be […]