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If you’re aiming to retire in your mid-60’s, AARP recommends saving 10 to 12 times more than your current income. But where will that money take you? Which markets get you the most bang for your buck? Here's your answer.
Multiple listing service Bright MLS and home search portal Homesnap announced the launch of a multichannel digital marketing product for members of Bright MLS. Agents who use the product are able to create advertising campaigns simultaneously for Google, Facebook, Waze, and Instagram from within the listings themselves.
Most Americans would agree Congress seems to be gridlocked. But, there’s at least one exception to the impasse: Hiking fees for VA mortgages. Two months ago, Congress approved a two-year hike in funding fees for VA home loans to fund care for disabled veterans. Now, another bill is pending that would extend it by six years.
Hurricane Dorian is forecasted to slam the Florida coast this weekend as a Category 4 hurricane. As Florida prepares for Hurricane Dorian's wrath, Freddie Mac, Fannie Mae and Department of Housing and Urban Development are offering relief services for those affected.
For many Americans, the causal stroll around the neighborhood is an important part of day-to-day life. But as homebuyers continue to grapple with rising home prices, a new report from Redfin suggests that many are now prioritizing affordability over walkability. According to the company’s data, home-sale prices in car-dependent housing markets across the country increased 4.3% year over year to a median of $312,100 in July.
Even as Millennials enter the homebuying market, many Baby Boomers indicate they plan to stay in their homes throughout their retirements, according to a new study from PropertyShark. The study showed that more than half of Baby Boomers (56% to be exact) said they want to age in place and stay in the home they're in now.