Archived Newsfeed March 2018
Considering the impact of relocation might not be on top of your moving to-do list, but it's not that difficult or expensive to plan a greener move.
Who is at fault? The previous homeowners, the lender or the home inspector? Let's look at the various players.
As we enter the spring home-buying season, hordes of would-be homeowners are ready to go—but there weren't enough new-home sales in the beginning of the year to quell the already strong demand.
Here are five tips that can help you jump start your organizing and simplify your next move.
Despite a dearth of properties on the market, sales of existing homes rebounded in February, according to a recent report.
Last month, builders completed the most newly constructed homes in a decade, says a recent report. Buyers can finally exhale.
3-16-18 Sellers Have Closing Costs Also
When a seller signs a listing agreement with a Real Estate Broker or agent, authorizing that person to sell the house, in addition to all the other forms which sellers receive, the seller should be given a estimated settlement statement.
Interest rates for home loans have risen each week this year, so each week homeowners have had less incentive refinance their mortgages.
Spring is almost upon us and many homeowners are eagerly awaiting a return to weather that will allow them to undertake construction projects ranging from repairing damage caused by winter storms to engaging in projects to remodel, enlarge, and otherwise improve.
More and more people are flipping houses — the most in 10 years – but they are reaping smaller rewards.
The start of the spring housing market has yet to energize the mortgage market, the latest numbers from the Mortgage Bankers Association show.
The Spring selling season is on, and if you're considering listing your house, it's time to get it in tip-top shape.
he Ohio River is finally receding, and Stacey Youngs-McDaniel has been working to assess the damage at Harrods Creek Tavern.