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Real Estate Market Conditions – Video Update 01/23/2012

See the Home Inspections section for information on hardwood floors and more…

Real Estate Market Conditions Video Update 01/23/2012

NATIONAL NEWS
     Real Estate Outlook:  Housing at the Forefront of Concern
     City Report:  Beige Book
     Relying on an Agent
     Sell Your Home with Pictures
     Real Estate Outlook:  More Markets Show Measureable Improvement
MORTGAGE ADVICE
     Mortgage Moment
Q&A
     Home Inspections
     Buyers: Making the Right Choice
     Ready to Buy?
     How to Sidestep the Spread of Mortgage Fraud
     The Joys of Home Ownership
GET YOUR HOME SOLD!
     Why Show / Why Buy Webcast

Real Estate Market Conditions – Video Update – 01/16/2012

See the 10 tips for sellers in the Mortgage Advice section.  

Real Estate Market Conditions Video Update 01/16/2012

NATIONAL NEWS
     Real Estate Outlook:  More Markets Show Measurable Improvement
     City Report:  Forbearance
     Green Living:  Tips for the New Year

     Real Estate Outlook:  Mortgage Applications Down
     City Report:  Remodeling Pays
MORTGAGE ADVICE
    Mortgage Moment
    10 Tips for Sellers
Q&A
     Home Inspections
     Buyers: Making the Right Choice
     Ready to Buy?
     How to Sidestep the Spread of Mortgage Fraud
     The Joys of Home Ownership
GET YOUR HOME SOLD!
     Why Show / Why Buy Webcast

Home horrors: Lessons from home inspectors – MSN Real Estate:

“Only a home inspector sees a house for what it really is: an opportunity for countless things to go wrong. By Karen Aho of MSN Real Estate

The Chicago couple did as homebuyers sometimes do and opted to pass on a home inspection. They had a longtime tradesman in the family and figured he could spot any serious flaws. Plus, the home had so many upgrades, what could go wrong?

After buying the house, though, they faced repeated problems with the furnace, one of the upgraded items. It would toggle on and off, or moisture would fill the flue. A repairman would come and they would shell out another $400 or $700.”

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