Real Estate News Today Issue #5

Houston Real Estate Market Still Sizzling; Coast Real Estate Market Gaining Momentum; Housing, Real Estate Market Predictions For 2014; Most Expensive Homes Sold in The Washington D.C. Region in 2013; Habitat, Bank of America Partner on Foreclosed Homes   

Houston Real Estate Market Still Sizzling
Real estate is booming in Houston. If you are looking to sell a home this year in the Houston area, good news. 2014 is expected to see the same pace of sales as last year. The market is so hot one entire Houston real estate firm has been sold. Read more...

Coast Real Estate Market Gaining Momentum      
An app for smartphones and tablets soon will provide real estate agents and the public with easy access to properties for sale in South Mississippi. The number of homes sold locally and average sales price increased in the last year. Joe Rogers, the new executive director of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Association of Realtors, said the organization has reasons to be optimistic the trend will continue.  Read more...

Housing, Real Estate Market Predictions For 2014     
One thing is certain: 2014 will be an interesting year for the real estate industry. The housing recovery will continue and Phoenix will see home-price appreciation continue in 2014. A new set of mortgage rules will emerge. Here are some of our housing market predictions, projections and expectations for 2014.  Read More...

Most Expensive Homes Sold in The Washington D.C. Region in 2013   
Most of us can’t imagine spending $12 million on a house. Really large, really expensive homes just aren’t in our budgets. But more and more people in the Washington region are spending significant amounts on their residences, and, as a result, the market for luxury homes in this area has...Read more...

Habitat, Bank of America Partner on Foreclosed Homes    
Is there an opportunity for you here?  Habitat for Humanity Quad-Cities is branching out to housing rehab. The nonprofit Christian housing organization that has built 80 new homes in this area since 1993 has been donated a two-bedroom Moline bungalow that it will rehabilitate for about $30,000 and sell to a low-income family.  Read more...


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