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Newsfeed: The red-hot housing market isn’t sustainable—CoreLogic forecasts home price growth to slow

U.S. home sales unexpectedly rose in January, but investors paying in cash are squeezing out first-time buyers amid record low inventory and higher prices. Existing home sales rebounded 6.7% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 6.50 million units last month, the National Association of Realtors said on Friday. Sales rose in all four regions. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast sales decreasing 1.0% to a rate of 6.10 million units.

Housing market conditions create challenges … and opportunities …

Housing is the sector of real estate most watched … and worried about … by economists, politicians, journalists, bankers, and investors … from Wall Street to Main Street. That’s because housing, quite literally, hits us all right where we live. We can all relate to it and housing is both an objective and subjective measure of …

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America divided…

America Divided… As much as Americans clamor for a UNITED states and ONE nation under (pick the deity or political leader of your choice)… From a financial perspective, and in particular in terms of real estate, America is anything but uniform. And that’s GREAT NEWS! This is why real estate is such an effective investment vehicle… and …

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Brian Buffini On Success And Future Of Real Estate Agents

Overview Real estate investors and their real estate agents have a symbiotic relationship. They need each other to thrive. Few know this better than Brian Buffini. Today, both investors and their agents face challenges and opportunities created by technology, economic cycles and demographic shifts – just to name a few! In this episode, we look …

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8/3/14: Clues in the News – Banks, Millennials, the Middle Class and Interest Rates

8/3/14: Clues in the News – Banks, Millennials, the Middle Class and Interest Rates

U.S. home ownership is around a 19 year low…banks are lowering their standards for jumbo loans…millennials aren’t buying houses…and the middle class is moving inland to more affordable markets. Other than that, there’s not a lot going on. 😉 But what do all these headlines mean to everyday real estate investors? Behind the shiny silver …

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