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WDBJ7 anchor/reporterIt's been five years since the beginning of one of the worst economic crises in history. Experts say a continuing upturn in the housing market is an indicator that things are getting back to normal. The housing market here in Roanoke is following the...
Despite debt dropping in South Florida, credit scores have actually worsened from a year ago, making it harder for some to snag the lowest interest rates or even get a loan of any kind. The average credit score in Broward and Miami-Dade fell to 646 in...
Tags: Deerfield Beach, Finance, Mortgages, Credit and Debt, Consumers
A bill continues to advance through the Florida legislature that takes a decades-old tax benefit away from international banking in order to help fund Miami Dolphins' stadium upgrades. If passed, international banking, an industry with a proven track...
More people believe "it is now a good time to buy a home," says Jim Bryant, a Wells Fargo mortgage consultant. But that doesn't mean they are able to do so. "They come in because they know interest rates are low and they want to buy," Bryant says....
Sitting down in front of a pile of mortgage loan documents to sign at the closing, with a lending officer and maybe a real estate agent at your side, what do you look at first? The eye typically latches on to the simplest things to read, namely the...
Tags: Psychology, Research, Finance, Science and Technology, Mortgages
Um, don't look now, but out there in the real estate trenches, they're whispering the B word again. That's B as in "bubble." That's because agents in various parts of the country are using such terms as "overheated" and "buying craze" and...
Costa Mesa, according to recent statistics, has 60% renters and 40% home owners — a ratio that has bothered many elected officials for years. On April 13, Daily Pilot columnist Jeffrey Harlan wrote a piece, "Stop focusing on boosting home...
Tags: Rentals, Crime, Law and Justice
(BPT) Ready to buy your first home, or move up to a larger home for your expanding family? Home sales seem to be warming up after a five-year chill, as demand builds among first-time homebuyers and existing homeowners seeking more room....
Long-time rival shopping centers Americana at Brand and the Glendale Galleria are tying the knot with splashy new improvements on Brand Boulevard in downtown Glendale. The changes come as the side-by-side malls usher in new premium tenants —...
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Tags: Homes, Finance, Realty, Economy, Business and Finance
It's going to be a busy summer for HGTV. The home-focused cable channel announced at its Upfront presentation to advertisers in New York on Tuesday that it would debut nine new series by July 31. The highest profile new series is "Brother Vs. Brother,"...
The old Howard Johnson's hotel, a prime slice of Fort Lauderdale real estate, has changed hands again. Chieftain Holdings last week paid $20 million for the two-acre site along North Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, winning the right to buy it after...
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