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Housing Market Check-In: 6 Expert Predictions For The Second Half Of 2019

August 28, 2019

The year has so far been a promising one for would-be home buyers. The seemingly unending rise in home prices started to slow and mortgage rates dipped to unexpected lows. Both were good news for Millennials who—despite the never-settle-down stereotype—are yearning to become homeowners. Still, despite suggestions that a buyer’s market might be on the horizon, that dream has […]


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Bobby Berk’s Guide to Shopping for a Home: Design Features To Fix or Nix

July 30, 2019

Shopping for a new home is undoubtedly exciting, but it’s easy to get stuck on existing design features without being able to envision what your home will look like. As an interior designer, I’ve learned which elements of the home are easy to change, and others that take more effort and investment. When redesigning homes on Queer […]


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Say What? Home-Buying Lingo You Should Know

July 30, 2019

Need a crash course on real estate terms? This glossary will get you started. DTI, PMI, LTV … TBH, it can be hard to keep all this stuff straight. This lexicon of real estate terms and acronyms will help you speak the language like a pro. Appraisal management company (AMC): An institution operated independently of […]


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Tips and Tricks for a Successful Home Sale

July 23, 2019

Once you’ve gone through all the time and effort it takes to get your house on the market, it can be frustrating when it takes longer than you expect to get that right offer and make the sale. There can be many reasons why your house isn’t selling, such as the state of your local […]


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The Real Economy Improves, Financial Markets Disapprove

July 16, 2019

The government reported 224,000 net new jobs created in the month of June, well above “expectations,” an indication that the real economy is doing well. About 100,000 a month is enough to absorb new labor force entrants due to population growth. But, financial markets did not celebrate, closing in negative territory. Apparently good news for […]


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Boho and Minimalism Top Our List of 2019 Outdoor Living Trends

July 8, 2019

In with minimalism, out with rustic farmhouse. See what trends are heating up patios this summer. It’s easier than ever to create an outdoor oasis that’s an extension of your home, and this summer’s biggest trend is creating a backyard space that is as comfortable as your indoor one. Design styles like bright and bold […]


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Denver is second in U.S. in attracting renters from other big cities like New York City, Chicago and D.C.

June 24, 2019

More renters from other cities in the United States may be making their way to Denver, but current residents of the Mile High City are looking to relocate to more affordable locations in Colorado, according to data released by ApartmentList.com in its Renter Migration Report. Denver comes only second to Tampa, Florida, in the number of […]


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The Hidden Costs Of Selling Your Home The Silicon Valley Way

April 29, 2019

Getting your home sold in just one day with multiple offers might sound too good to be true, but these days there are many start-ups and tech-backed companies promising to do just that. They guarantee a sale in a certain time period, buy the house directly from you, or offer a platform where you accept […]


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8 Curb Appeal Boosters You Can Do in a Weekend

April 2, 2019

Win home shoppers over before they even think about stepping foot inside. A polished home exterior creates an inviting experience for visitors or passersby, which is especially important if your home is on the market. Check out our tips to get the most curb appeal for the lowest cost — while turning your neighbors’ heads and […]


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March Madness! Yield Curve Inverts and the Fed Throws in the Towel

April 1, 2019

Something major happened this week in the world of finance. The Federal Reserve has essentially given up on raising the fed funds rate any further in 2019. This is a very “dovish” move by the Fed, signaling easy monetary policy in the future. While markets may view this as a positive in the short term, […]


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