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Did the CFPB Get Hacked Already???

Oct 12, 2017 by

Did the CFPB get hacked already?  Interestingly enough, a company that has had access to the CFPB did get hacked recently.  The same company also is connected to the GSE’s.

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First Look: Home Buying Season Is Already Booming

Apr 30, 2016 by

The 2016 home-buying season is in full swing, with homes in April moving 7 percent faster than one year ago, even as asking prices continue to break records. This, according to new data released this week by realtor.com®. Median age of inventory is now 68 days, moving 5 days faster in April than a year […]
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Is Your City Already Facing the Next Housing Bubble?

Dec 13, 2015 by

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By Christine DiGangi

Rapidly rising property values in a handful of U.S. markets have some economists saying those cities are experiencing a housing bubble, according to a quarterly report from real estate company Zillow and research firm Pulsenomics. Analysts are most concerned about a housing bubble in the San Francisco Bay Area, where home values have increased as much as 14.7% in the last year.

“A handful of markets — especially the Bay Area — are very hot right now, and it’s possible home values may actually begin to fall somewhat in these places as more residents are priced out amidst rising affordability concerns, especially when interest rates rise,” Svenja Gudell, Zillow chief economist, said in a news release about the report. Gudell said it’s up for debate among economists whether those conditions constitute a bubble, and the current housing market doesn’t resemble the last U.S. housing bubble, which preceded the Great Recession.

Homebuyers can see how much house you can afford by using a mortgage calculator. Being able to afford a home depends on a number of factors including where you live, your income, debts, and your credit score. (You can check your credit scores for free on Credit.com to see where you stand.)

The report is based on survey responses from 108 housing experts, 66 of whom commented on bubble conditions (or the risk for them) in 20 major U.S. housing markets. The consensus is that most of those markets aren’t in bubbles and aren’t at risk for developing them in the next six months, but a handful of cities show warning signs. Here are the markets where some experts already see housing bubbles.

 

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Odds Are your Next Seller Is Already in Your Sphere

Apr 24, 2014 by

What are agents who list 20 properties a year doing differently than those who list seven? Unexpectedly, we found in a survey we offered through NAR in February, they spend 1/3 less time prospecting for those listings, that’s less than 5 hours a week. Where they did invest more time was in meeting with buyers […]
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Enough with the Call Reluctance Already

Feb 20, 2014 by

Zig Ziglar says that 84% of all salespeople have some sort of call reluctance.  We think it’s more, don’t you? It’s probably best to just watch today’s show to lean how Zig says we can overcome call reluctance but we’ll give you a tip here.  Consistency.  Consistency wins over everything.  …
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