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Rental Rates Continue to Rise! Renters nationwide are out of luck — the average cost of rent jumped nearly 3 percent in April to an average of $1,405, according to property analytics provider CoreLogic’s Single-Family Rent Index, released Tuesday. Nationwide, median rent prices surged 2.9 percent in April and rose 0.3 percent year-over-year, according to the index. Las Vegas, Phoenix and Orlando experienced the most significant hikes, with each of those metro areas tallying y
True or false: All real estate advice is good advice. (Hint: Well ... it depends.) Everyone has advice about the real estate market, but not all of that unsolicited information is true. So when it comes time to list your home, you’ll need to separate fact from fiction. Below we’ve identified the top five real estate myths — and debunked them so you can hop on the fast track to selling your property. Myth #1: I need to redo my kitchen and bathroom before selling Truth: While k
First, let me point out that I am not a tax professional. I am a small business owner, a home owner and a managing broker with a top real estate firm. So, please review your specific situation with you tax professional to make sure you are on the right track. The McCleary Decision Something unique to Washington State was the recent decision by the Washington State Supreme Court that forces the hand of local legislators to comply with their mandate to ensure that all schools
Budgeting for buying a home can be difficult enough when you're just weighing mortgage options and a purchase price. But there are many other factors that go into the cost of home ownership. Some of them are one-time expenses that you'll pay during the home buying process, while others will be recurring costs for as long as you own the home. Your lender and realtor may only tell you about the PITI (principle and interest payment), then your first mortgage bill comes in and y