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2008 

First time buyers are forty percent of the total real estate buyers market. With a glut of property for sale and the price of homes dropping daily, first time buyers find themselves in the unique position of being in an incredibly generous buyers market. A buyers market occurs when the prices of ...
06/27/2008
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The current real estate market presents the best opportunity in decades to buy foreclosed homes. These homes come at discounts that range from thirty to fifty percent off original costs. The buyers market is heavily focused on the foreclosure homes for sale and activity is increasing as foreclosu...
06/26/2008
The housing crisis may just be on a list of problems debated in the public realm on the road to economic recovery. The energy crisis and weakening of U.S. currency tend to be spoken in the same breath as the housing crisis. Home ownership, which is the backbone of financial stability, is at an a...
06/24/2008
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There once was a time where Palm Beach real estate transactions were as easy as pricing a home for how much you wanted and getting an offer within weeks. Those days have come and gone and we are left with the sobering reality of a much more difficult housing market. With a glut of competition and...
06/23/2008
In the past, low home prices excited the real estate market and created frenzies of buying and selling. The current real estate market has seen an average of twenty percent declines in its home values. Price declines in some areas can be as much as fifty percent from just three years ago. These n...
06/23/2008
With 2008 being an election year, many Americans are focused on what solutions presumptive nominees from the Democratic and Republican party plan to do with the fledgling real estate market. Both candidates Barack Obama and John McCain believe in decisive action and will commit funds in hopes of...
06/13/2008
The weak real estate market has caused some to stow away their pocketbooks and wait out the so-called recession while others have actually done the complete opposite, using their bank accounts to seize upon the low prices for Broward homes which can eventually be turned into an investment. As mos...
06/11/2008