When sellers aren’t realistic about the price in listing their home, they may not be all that serious about getting their home sold in the first place.
Nearly 23 percent of home owners owe more on their houses than they are currently worth, according to new data from the last three months of 2011 released by CoreLogic.
After rising last week following positive housing indicators, mortgage rates fell back near all-time lows once again this week, Freddie Mac reports in its weekly mortgage market survey.
If a home isn’t enough for your buyer, how about an entire town?
A small village known as Pray, Mont., is for sale, which means one buyer could own his or her very own town for $1.4 million. The small village, founded in 1907, is about 30 miles north of Yellowstone National Park and boasts a population of 197, according to Census data.
To protect against “greenwashing” and false claims of “green” homes, a midwest MLS is adding green fields and disclosure documents to more easily highlight and verify these selling features.
Housing markets are complex and varied, and a government pilot program to turn bank-owned properties into rentals could be disruptive and counterproductive in some markets, according to the National Association of REALTORS®.
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