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When it comes to moving out of state, most people are heading to the Sunshine State and are eager to move away from the Last Frontier
When it comes to moving out of state, most people are heading to the Sunshine State and are eager to move away from the Last Frontier.   According to a new survey by LendingTree, Florida led the country with 12.4 percent of purchase mortgage requests for out-of-state movers. Texas had the highest... Keep Reading....
Home prices are still rising, and increased levels of mortgage credit availability are helping unite borrowers with properties, according to two new data reports
  Home prices during October increased year-over-year in October by 5.4 percent, according to new data from CoreLogic. This represents the fourth consecutive month that annualized price growth was below the 6 percent level. On a month-over-month basis, prices were up by 0.5 percent.   Three states... more
The combined devastation brought by California’s Camp and Woolsey Fires resulted in up to $19 billion in property damage, according to new data from CoreLogic
The combined devastation brought by California’s Camp and Woolsey Fires resulted in up to $19 billion in property damage, according to new data from CoreLogic.   The Camp Fire, which was the most destructive wildfire in California history, created between $11 billion and $13 billion. The total... more
A real estate broker in Texas came up with a scintillating solution for getting buyer interest in a house that has been on the market for too long: Use barely-clothed fitness models in the online listings
A real estate broker in Texas came up with a scintillating solution for getting buyer interest in a house that has been on the market for too long: Use barely-clothed fitness models in the online listings.   According to a Washington Post report, real estate broker Kristin Gyldenege was having... more
New York State
    Last month saw fewer sales and higher prices in New York’s housing market, according to data from the New York State Association of Realtors.   The 70,704 homes for sale across the Empire State in October represented a 1.3 percent decline from one year earlier, and the 12,359 closed sales... more