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Why so Few Houses for Sale? Lots of Reasons.

Why so Few Houses for Sale? Lots of Reasons. | real estate california | Scoop.it
Inventories of homes for sale have been slow to bounce back since the 2007-09 recession, despite steady price appreciation since January 2012. Normally, higher prices reflect robust sales.

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CJ Brasiel's curator insight, December 10, 2013 8:03 PM

It is still a "recovery" market.

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5 Housing Market Predictions for 2014.

5 Housing Market Predictions for 2014. | real estate california | Scoop.it
Positive housing market trends, such as increasing home values, are expected in 2014, while rising mortgage rates could put a damper on home buying.

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Brad Anderson's curator insight, December 9, 2013 6:32 PM

New changes in how one obtains a mortgage.  Have less debt and pay your bills on time is sound advice.

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5 Housing Market Predictions for 2014.

5 Housing Market Predictions for 2014. | real estate california | Scoop.it
Positive housing market trends, such as increasing home values, are expected in 2014, while rising mortgage rates could put a damper on home buying.

Via John M. Holland
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Brad Anderson's curator insight, December 9, 2013 6:32 PM

New changes in how one obtains a mortgage.  Have less debt and pay your bills on time is sound advice.

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Home Prices Rise at Slower Pace as Higher Mortgage Rates Weigh on Sales - Moneynews

Home Prices Rise at Slower Pace as Higher Mortgage Rates Weigh on Sales - Moneynews | real estate california | Scoop.it
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Home Prices Rise at Slower Pace as Higher Mortgage Rates Weigh on Sales
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Many economists expect the housing recovery to continue, though with slower gains in sales.
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Real Estate Red Flags: Six Things to Look For (and Avoid) in a Home

Real Estate Red Flags: Six Things to Look For (and Avoid) in a Home | real estate california | Scoop.it
When you are anxious to find your dream home, it can be tempting to overlook certain flaws that lie beneath the surface. A home, however, is one of the largest purchases you will ever make.

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Sundaybell's curator insight, November 22, 2013 9:36 AM

#HomeBuyerTip: If you can't see it, or it doesn't feel right, don't buy it!

Reflection Chennai's curator insight, December 3, 2013 6:23 AM

#RealtyBuying updates : Wether you are buying a penthouse or a villa, an apartment or a bunglow, it is important that you are able to do a complete inspection of what you are purchasing, This is specially relevant when buying from a previus owner or a used accommodation. 

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What Homebuyers Can Be Thankful for in 2013

What Homebuyers Can Be Thankful for in 2013 | real estate california | Scoop.it
2013 saw the housing market go from a buyers market to a sellers one, but home shoppers still have reason to give thanks.

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John M. Holland's curator insight, November 27, 2013 9:30 AM

Looking for arguments to help encourage your potential buyers to get in the game before spring?  Here's an article with some great points.

 

This is a terrific article on some benefits that buyers have in the current market.  For example, one of the points is that institutional investors have significantly reduced their impact on the market. They have moved to the sidelines and the individual homebuyer has less competiton.