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Why Buyers May Find Mortgages Easier to Get
Daily Real Estate News | Monday, February 23, 2015 --> Good news for potential home shoppers: A Mortgage Bankers Association index shows lender requirements regarding credit scores, down payments, and other key terms are finally loosening up. Some lenders Read More...
NAR: Home Sales Only Going Up From Here
Daily Real Estate News | Thursday, January 08, 2015 --> Existing-home sales will likely rise about 7 percent this year, as a strengthening economy and job growth leads to a healthier market, according to the National Association of REALTORS®' Read More...
Did Mortgages Just Get Easier to Obtain?
Daily Real Estate News | Tuesday, December 02, 2014 --> Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac's new lending guidelines went into effect Monday, which are expected to help loosen up the tight credit standards that home buyers and refinancers have faced in recent Read More...
Traverse City Real Estate Market Update/Statistics
As of the end of the 3rd Quarter 2014 the Traverse City area Real Estate Market continues to rebound nicely with values and average & median sales prices on the rise and days on the market on a decline. Year to date through Sept. 30,2014 over the Read More...
Downtown Traverse City Living Demand Spurs Building Boom
Downtown Living Demand Spurs Building Boom October 13, 2014 By Lynn Geiger Downtown Travese City is experiencing a building boom --driven by strong demand for residential living in the downtown district. In the last two weeks alone two developments held Read More...
Traverse City Real Estate Market YTD Stats
The Traverse City area real estate market continues to rebound well and continues to be in great demand , especially the under 250,000 price points....the lower the price point the more demand which is driving inventory down and prices up. Great news Read More...