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Weirdest Homes of 2013

Weirdest Homes of 2013 | Real Estate | Scoop.it
We've all seen some weird houses, no doubt!  However, these homes can definitely make the weirdest homes of 2013 list.  Have a look and enjoy!
Shoe House
Heard of the woman who lived in a shoe?

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Sundaybell's curator insight, October 8, 2013 1:33 PM

I've seen some weird places to live...but these houses top my list. 

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Weirdest Homes of 2013

Weirdest Homes of 2013 | Real Estate | Scoop.it
We've all seen some weird houses, no doubt!  However, these homes can definitely make the weirdest homes of 2013 list.  Have a look and enjoy!
Shoe House
Heard of the woman who lived in a shoe?

Via Sundaybell
more...
Sundaybell's curator insight, October 8, 2013 1:33 PM

I've seen some weird places to live...but these houses top my list. 

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Packing Up: Steps for Organization in a New Home

Packing Up: Steps for Organization in a New Home | Real Estate | Scoop.it
Your move and how you organize it, will in part be determined by where the move is to; San Fransisco, or Paris.

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Sundaybell's curator insight, September 27, 2013 9:59 AM

Moving?  Get packing!  Good packing tips to help keep you organized.

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Foreclosure Activity in Chicagoland Down 58% in August

Foreclosure Activity in Chicagoland Down 58% in August | Real Estate | Scoop.it
Foreclosure activity in the Windy City remains high, but it's fallen by a dramatic amount from 2012.
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23.1% of Chicagoland Mortgaged Properties Still in Negative Equity

23.1% of Chicagoland Mortgaged Properties Still in Negative Equity | Real Estate | Scoop.it
Though Chicagoland's housing market has made notable strides in the last couple of years, the problem of negative equity lingers on.
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