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REPOST: Nearly half of Los Angeles adults double up on housing, study finds

Many adults in Los Angeles share households with a non-relative to make housing costs more affordable. But economists believe that many of these house-sharers will likely move out to live on their own as the economy improves. Los Angeles Times … Continue reading

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7 Ways To Match Your First Dream Home To Your Budget

Purchasing your first dream home can be exhilarating. However, finding out its cost could yank you back to reality. This Trulia article on Forbes.com however provides seven ways on how to buy your first home within your means. Image Source: … Continue reading

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REPOST: Top 10 Real Estate Investor Mistakes

Planning to make the jump to real estate investing? Heed these most common real estate investment mistakes to avoid low or negative investment returns and bankruptcy.     Many people have learned that investing in real estate is not as … Continue reading

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REPOST: 6 tips to win a bidding war for your next home

Having multiple buyers to contend with may make buying your dream home a challenge. Donna Fuscaldo of Bankrate.com writes how you can win over other buyers in a bidding war. The bidding wars are back. While not every local real-estate … Continue reading

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REPOST: How to find the right suburb

Finding the right home is easy. Finding the right home in the right town, on the other hand, is another matter entirely. Amy Hoak of MarketWatch writes about the factors in finding the right suburban town to move into. Finding … Continue reading

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REPOST: Household wealth rises $10 trillion in 2013

As real estate property values increase, so does the country’s overall household wealth. This article from USA Today reports on the Federal Reserve’s statistics. A booming stock market and recovering home values boosted Americans’ household wealth by nearly $10 trillion … Continue reading

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REPOST: The first step to becoming a homeowner

If you’re a rookie in purchasing a home and need to have your questions answered, then this article from USA Today is what you’re going to need.  Read the summary of the chat between the National Foundation for Credit Counseling … Continue reading

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