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Daily market update: July 1, 2016

We’ll add more market news briefs throughout the day. Check back to read the latest.   Mortgage rates: 30-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Rates for the Past 6 Months | Credio 15-Year Fixed Rate Mortgage Rates for the Past 6 Months | Credio   Home equity rates: Average Home Equity Loan Bank Rates by State | […]

Hot home design trends for summer

Reposted with permission from Decker Bullock Sotheby’s International Realty Bay Area home designer Tineke Triggs founded Artistic Designs for Living in 2001 and has since created one of San Francisco’s preeminent design firms working in the city and Marin County. She has a unique ability to transform interiors using a combination of left and right brain thinking and […]

3 star-spangled NYC rooftops for 4th of July

New York City summers have a certain buzz, but the Fourth of July steals the show every year. With the 40th annual Macy’s East River fireworks display right around the corner, deciding the best spot to observe and snapshot the ceremonious show can be troubling. Luckily for some, NYC rooftops provide awe-inspiring views that are perfect for […]

ZIP code profile: 33304

The 33304 ZIP code comprises parts of Fort Lauderdale and Oakland park, about a 45 minute drive from Miami and minutes from the coast. The upscale area sits in Broward County and is known for its Galleria Mall and numerous beaches. 33304 home values to continue dropping through 2016 Click To Tweet According to Best Places, the ZIP code […]

Should real estate agents cultivate their own brands?

There is seldom a one-size-fits all response when it comes to marketing, so the answer to my question requires some elaboration. The key lies in understanding the pros and cons, so that a real estate agent may make the best decision. However, before discussing the pros and cons, I feel that it is necessary to […]

ZIP code profile: 60532

The 60532 ZIP code comprises the city of Lisle, about a 35 minute drive from Chicago. The area sits in DuPage County and borders numerous golf courses an nature preserves. 60532 home values growth split through 2016 Click To Tweet According to Best Places, the ZIP code has a population of 26,695 and an unemployment rate of 6 percent, and […]

ZIP code profile: 90505

The 90505 ZIP code comprises part of the city of Torrance, about a 50 minute drive from Los Angeles. The area sits in Los Angeles County and is known for its easy climate, low crime rates and proximity to the Pacific Ocean. Majority of 90505 home values to increase through 2016 Click To Tweet According to Best Places, the ZIP […]

Are open houses worth it?

In this week’s video, Peter Lorimer of PLG Estates talks about the value of consistently holding open houses — even when you have multiple offers. Source: click here

DC community profile: Logan Circle

Logan 13 is a condominium building in Logan Circle with 67 units. Although it’s still being finished, the development is already 73 percent sold out, and only 9 percent of those are investors. Built by Holladay Corporation with one-bedroom and two-bedroom units, prices range from just under $500,000 to $1 million. Check out my hard […]

Luxury listing: Westside mansion near the golf course

This Houston mansion was built for a boss, with a spacious master suite on the second floor complete with a spa-like bath and custom-built closet. Sitting near the Royal Oaks Country Club, the house also features a library and wine cellar. The home is listed at $1.895 million by Brandey Heckeroth with Heritage Texas Properties. Have […]

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