Wow. 2012 is almost gone. Think about it. We survived not just another year but the end of the world predicted by the ancients. Come on, that’s pretty impressive! As you now realize that you need to buy a new calendar may I help you usher out the old and in with the new with these real estate headlines:
How on earth is there only one month left of summer? This is ridiculous. As you catch up with the reality that summer vacation is almost over, try and bask in the fact that there’s still a full month left before Labor Day. And while dwelling on that thought, here are some real estate headlines for you:
There are 79 million baby boomers, and this year, the oldest boomers turn 65. Their impact on the economy is enormous, so looking at the home buying trends of this group highlights interesting differences between older and younger boomers. A new survey from Coldwell Banker reveals that younger baby boomers are interested in purchasing a second home (34 percent) as compared to their older boomer counterparts (22 percent).
I enjoyed a “fun” weekend out in Urbana- Champaign, IL, with family and friends. We had a blast together hoping our Fightin’ Illini would improve to 7-0 against Ohio State. Didn’t happen. We turned the ball over too many times. That’s why I used “fun” to describe the weekend. I was hoping it would have [...]
It’s all about consumer confidence. If you didn’t think that American nerves are rattled by the recession, continued high unemployment figures and the recent Capitol Hill squabbling, you don’t have to look further than two recent reports involving housing for proof. We are a skittish nation right now. The National Association of Realtors reported that [...]
I know there is a lot being written and said about the ongoing review by 50 state attorney generals regarding the foreclosure procedures of some major lenders in the United States. I wanted to weigh in on this issue. I first want to explain that losing a home is a horrible, horrible thing and we all [...]