Archived Newsfeed July 2018
Louisville Metro Government has released an interactive map of the 19 census tracts in Louisville dubbed Opportunity Zones, an effort to point deep-pocketed investors to properties ripe for investment.
Rates for home loans jumped along with the broader bond market, setting up what one economist is calling a key test of the health of the housing market.
Financial firms in New York and other institutional investors are snapping up single-family homes in Louisville.
Rates for home loans ticked down as the bond market moved sideways and the housing market made little headway.
7-18-18 Building Your Home Equity Now
You can still take advantage of low housing supplies and low interest rates to invest in a home.
Whether you getting ready to list your home for sale or you just want a fresher smelling place every day, there are numerous methods you can use.
If homeownership is your American dream, here is a wake-up call. It could take more than six years to save up for a down payment.
A slight increase in the number of homes for sale may be helping to juice the mortgage market.
The supply of homes for sale is low, demand is high, and now prices are heating up even more.
7-02-18 5 Tips for Staging Your Home
Staging is one of those things that can make the difference between a sold sign and a house that lingers on the market.