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Auto-Enrolled = Expensive Home?
Given the stock market boom, workers opening their 401K statements are likely to be surprised by the balance, especially since many of them never even went to the trouble of establishing the account. “Auto-enrollment,” whereby employees are in a company’s 401k unless they...Posted On: 02/14/2018
Will Your Rent Rise?
Overall inflation has been tame the past decade. But not for many apartment dwellers, who saw rents rise six percent or more annually for the past eight years. Now that inflation is heating up for other goods, in 2018 rental rates will stay out of step, with only a moderate increase of less...Posted On: 01/31/2018
Home Buyers: How Do You Rate Your Fear?
Buying a home is scary. That’s why many home shoppers take time to be sure they find the right place. In 2018, however, fear may actually motivate some to hurry up and buy. If mortgage rates begin to rise this year, as many economists predict, it could drive nervous buyers to seal a...Posted On: 01/24/2018
Senior Deferrals
Tax reform has upended a long-time homeowner practice: Deducting the full amount of property tax paid annually when filing federal income taxes. Even before the new tax law, which limits the deduction for all state and local taxes, including property taxes, to $10,000, seniors on a fixed...Posted On: 01/10/2018
Moving Damage
It takes good credit to make buying and moving to a new home possible. But if movers aren’t careful about leaving things behind, they risk losing their good credit record. In a 2016 survey, credit.com found that 26 percent of Americans who claim they have never checked their credit...Posted On: 01/03/2018
Stay the Night?
Whether it’s air conditioning or an in-unit washer and dryer, renters have certain requirements in an apartment before they sign a lease. Usually, what’s a top priority for one renter will be desirable, if not necessary, for another. But now, what some renters want most is the...Posted On: 12/20/2017
Lenders Warm Up To First-Time, Struggling Buyers
Hopeful buyers who’ve worried they’ll never pass muster with a mortgage lender could be surprised by approval in 2018. More than half of the 200 mortgage professionals polled recently predict that growth in first-time buyers will beat overall housing market growth next year, in...Posted On: 12/12/2017
Buyers Energized By Utility Costs
“We’ve found the perfect home! It has above-code attic insulation!” You don’t hear that phrase, or anything like it, because we focus on more eye-catching features, like new kitchen cabinets. But research shows that buyers pay more for energy efficient homes. One...Posted On: 11/01/2017
It’s the Little Things
The average homebuyer generally has a must-have checklist: a master bathroom; an open kitchen with no obnoxiously colored tile in the kitchen; plentiful outdoor space, perhaps. Beyond these quantifiable items, though, there are aspects of choosing a home that take more time and effort to...Posted On: 10/18/2017
Corporate Sales
Sellers: If your home is priced in the low six-figures, is in a good school district and has three bedrooms and maybe two baths, prepare for the possibility of a lightning-fast sale, even if you haven’t spruced up the place. Families looking to purchase an affordable home are sometimes...Posted On: 10/04/2017

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