Redefy Housing News 11-14-2016
This week in housing news you can use, most US housing is still called affordable, new loans don’t need appraisers, home price opinions unify, young buyers capture the market, and the White House gets a price tag.
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Buying a home is the single biggest purchase most people will ever make, and a significant down payment can reduce monthly payments and mortgage insurance premiums. But saving for a big chunk of change can be daunting. Here are some easy ways to save for a down payment:
Continue reading Easy money: 15 ways to save for a down payment on a house
Will the election impact real estate?
It’s election week and you may be wondering how the results impact real estate. Home ownership is still a very popular goal for many Americans and neither party has stated any intent to do anything to prevent that.
Continue reading Colorado real estate update 11-7-2016
Expand your living spaces with charming outdoor spaces
Fall is a great time to transform outdoor spaces into enjoyable extensions of your home. Find your inspiration and translate these basic principles to your porch, front step, patio or deck.
Continue reading Inspired Interiors: Fall into inviting outdoor spaces
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This week in
Redefy Real Estate‘s roundup of housing news you can use, student debt delays home buying, fall won’t cool the hot summer market, improving markets attract more flippers, repeat buyers disappear and a German house makes visitors flip.
Continue reading Fall, flippers and missing buyers