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7 ways technology will help you buy and sell a home in 2017

Redefy Real Estate technology benefit buyer seller 2017

As you enjoy the spoils of the gift-giving season, there’s a good chance you’re playing with something involving tech. Whether it’s virtual reality goggles, a Google Home smart speaker or Apple AirPods, the latest tech gadgets are changing the way we do life. In real estate, the same is true. Advances in technology are making buying and selling a home easier than ever. Plus, they’ll make you more money. Continue reading 7 ways technology will help you buy and sell a home in 2017

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Cashing Out: 7 reasons to sell an investment property

Redefy Real Estate 7 reasons to sell an investment property

Investment properties exist for one reason: to make money. Hopefully, your property is increasing in value and your rental income is solid. So why would you sell? There are several reasons that may cause you to liquidate your inventory. Continue reading Cashing Out: 7 reasons to sell an investment property

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Fed Rates Hold for Spring 2016

Redefy Real Estate. Fed holds rates for spring but 2 hikes forecasted for 2016. Graph Bill Conerly.
The Marriner S. Eccles Federal Reserve Board Building in Washington, D.C. (graph by Bill Conerly for Forbes)

The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) led by Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen met Tuesday and Wednesday, March 15-16, to make its recommendation on fund rates.

After looking at the economy (and jobs in particular) in US and global markets, the board determined to “maintain the target range for the federal funds rate at 1/4 to 1/2 percent.” What does that mean for home buyers?

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