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2013 Housing Outlook

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Housing Market in 2013: What to Expect

 

When the housing market imploded in 2007 and took the economy with it, experts said the real estate market would never look the same again. Now, nearly six years after the crash, the dust has finally cleared and we have a true picture of the new housing landscape.

While investors may still be leery of hopping back into the market, housing starts, prices and confidence are on an upward trend and the tide may be ...

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7 Ways to Improve your Home’s Sellability!

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7 Ways to Improve your Home’s Sellability!

7 Ways To Improve Your Home’s Sell-ability
November 12, 2009 | Filed Under » Home Maintenance, Options, Recession, Selling a Home
In this economy, houses aren’t selling like they used to. However, there are some ways to improve the chances of selling your
house. If you have a house on the market, or are considering it, read on for seven tips that will make it easier to sell your house
and make a smooth transition from one owner to the ...

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Do’s and Don’ts of Choosing your home’s color.

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Yes, even the color of your home matters.  Make sure you think through color selection with your home, as it can either help or hinder your home’s ability to sell quickly.

http://homes.yahoo.com/photos/dos-donts-choosing-house-color-slideshow/dos-donts-choosing-house-color-photo-174408210.html

 

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Re-fi Apocalypse?

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Pretty interesting article I found this morning regarding refinance markets.

 

http://www.cnbc.com/id/100420382/Is_the_Refi_039Apocalypse039_Really_Upon_Us

 

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Our area continues to boom….

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While much of the country still struggles with real estate, Central Texas continues to grow exponentially.  Find out why.  Call us today.

“When Chuck Gordon and Mario Feghali started Sparefoot, the 25-year-old entrepreneurs relocated to Austin, Texas, from Los Angeles, having received seed money from local tech incubator Capital Factory. Four years later, the self storage “marketplace” startup has blossomed into a 60-person company with plans to expand its presence in the state capital. The company is currently tacking ...

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