There are several places in the U.S. where millennials can be found due to the high employment rates and beautiful settings. For adults who are in their 20s and 30s, there are several places where it’s smart to invest. When you’re looking to move, these are a few cities that millennials are flocking to throughout…

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Before selecting a real estate agent or buying a home, most consumers head to the Internet first. Researching homes and real estate agents online can get you ahead of the game when it comes to narrowing down your options. But with so many sites and sources to choose from, an online search can be exhausting…and…

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Your next home purchase should be a good decision. With the hustle and bustle of trying to find a new home, the last thing you want to worry about is saving money when it actually comes time to buy. Use the following tips to save money on your next new home. Always Use a Real…

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Impact on homeowners

Impact on Homeowners Both chambers of Congress have passed tax overhaul bills. There are still opportunities to make the final legislation better for homeowners. Let’s examine three key areas: There is a difference between the House and Senate versions on the maximum mortgage amount that can be deducted. The House bill limits the mortgage interest…

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Housing Trends- from your Charlotte realtor- Dupont Real Estate

Housing Trends: America Rediscovers Its Love of the Front Porch LYNN FREEHILL-MAYE NOV 20, 2017 In the 20th century, porches couldn’t compete with TV and air conditioning. Now this classic feature of American homes is staging a comeback as something more stylish and image-conscious than ever before. Two years ago, Scott Doyon saw the chance…

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Housing News- National Market Update from your Charlotte realtor

National market update Existing-Home Sales Grow 2.0 Percent in October WASHINGTON (November 21, 2017) — Existing-home sales increased in October to their strongest pace since earlier this summer, but continual supply shortages led to fewer closings on an annual basis for the second straight month, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Total existing-home sales1, https://www.nar.realtor/existing-home-sales, which…

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