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Many homebuyers are finding themselves in an unusual situation this spring: They have enough money and are preapproved for a mortgage, but can they actually secure a house? The number of homes for sale in February fell for the 21st straight month compared with the previous year, with only a 3.8-month supply at the current…


Ah, that new-house smell. Fresh paint, flawless floors and brand-new appliances just waiting for homebuyers to do their final walk through. Except that the first occupants of some new homes aren’t owners at all — they’re renters. And they already know their landlord since he’s the builder. The glory days for investors where they could…


Investing in real estate is glamorized on television and in the media. Having attended a “no money down” seminar or watched one of the many beautiful reveals on HGTV’s “Property Brothers,” you might be tempted to rush into the real estate market. Before spending a dime, learn to identify and avoid real estate investing mistakes….


Jake Walker in Michigan asks: I am 25 and wonder how I’ll retire since I won’t have a pension like my parents. Last year, I bought a rental property and my return was much higher than what I saw on my 401(k) and Roth IRA. I look at this as a way to diversify my…


The county offering the highest returns from single-family rental properties so far in 2017: Clayton, Ga., in the Atlanta metro area. That’s according to the first-quarter 2017 Single Family Rental Market report, released by ATTOM Data Solutions. Researchers analyzed single-family returns in 375 U.S. counties, each with populations of at least 100,000, and more than…


If you’re obsessed with HGTV, remodeling and regularly use phrases like “reclaimed wood” and “farmhouse feel,” you’ve probably kicked around the idea of buying investment property. The popular TV niche has given birth to a group of people who are motivated to improve their incomes with do-it-yourself projects and tenants in tow. While it may…


Real estate has been a volatile market over the last decade, leaving many people wary of investing in residential and commercial properties. As a result, would-be investors are looking at the market differently and using new strategies to achieve success. Technology has been a major factor in that shift, empowering investors to research their options…


House flipping is hot again, with investors flipping property at the fastest pace in a decade. Yet behind their walls, that picture-perfect dream home could conceal a nightmare. A flipped house is one that has been sold at least twice within one year. Real estate site Trulia said more than six percent of last year’s…


The real estate market is heating up again after the devastation of the great recession, particularly in retirement meccas like the Carolinas, Florida, Texas and Arizona. Much of the activity comes from retirees selling their family homes in the north and moving to the sunbelt. But a significant portion is also due to retirees and…


If you’re out shopping for a home this weekend, bring your checkbook. There may still be ice on the ground in much of the nation, but the spring housing market is the hottest it’s been in a decade. Consumer sentiment in both the economy and the housing market is rising and that is translating into…

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