Surprise Tops Owners’ List of Needed Features
While safety, affordability, and privacy often top home owners’ lists of housing needs and desires, they’re also focused on another aspect of making their homes more comfortable.
Bidding Wars Brew Under Tight Supplies
As housing inventories remain constrained in many markets, some buyers may face increased competition and more bidding wars heading into the spring selling season.
Help Clients Consider Costs of Living Abroad
If you have international clients — either coming here or leaving here — new data will help translate general impressions of the economy into costs of living.
Lower Mortgage Rates Still Leave Buyers Cold
A slight downward tick in mortgage rates last week wasn’t enough to encourage buyers to apply for loans, according to the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Will There Be Stiff Competition for Property In Hell?
The owner of some of the most popular tourist spots in Hell, Mich., has decided to retire — putting five acres on the market for $999,666.
Be Ready to Charm Prospects
As winter retreats into memory, it’s time to start networking. As you meet new prospects, will you make the best first impression you can that can help turn them into clients?
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