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Are you paying too much for your property insurance?

ORLANDO, Fla. – Property insurance can be expensive, and many home buyers don’t fully understand what they’re buying or how they can save money. The general key: Pay for adequate coverage without being grossly under insured. Home buyers and owners should consider the following when trying to

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Foreclosure assistance may soon be available for struggling home owners – Monday July 28, 2008

WASHINGTON, D.C. – House Financial Services Committee Chairman Barney Frank (D-MA) and Housing and Community Opportunity Subcommittee Chairwoman Maxine Waters (D-CA) called on the mortgage industry to delay or cancel foreclosures until a new law designed to refinance in-trouble borrowers goes into effect on October 1 for

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Real estate advice from a savvy home seller

As recounted in the Star Tribune by savvy home owner and journalist, Lucie B Amundsen. Following the transfer of her husband to Duluth, Minnesota, Mr and Mrs Amundsen learned a few lessons about selling a home in a tough real estate market which they wanted to pass

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Price trumps creativity in a buyer’s market

Sellers nationwide want something that makes their home stand out from the crowd but those who try creative marketing generally find that one thing counts in today’s market – PRICE! Many sellers include traditional perks such as the furniture or a car but some homeowners have gone

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Are short sales the way forward?

Short sales sound like a dream way to for struggling homeowners to escape foreclosure whilst the buyer gets a bargain price and the bank left holding the mortgage eats the difference. If only it was that simple! A homeowner from Miami, Florida shares his experience of the

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Real estate bargin hunters have a field day with bank foreclosures

Banks that are flooded with foreclosures have been dumping them on the market and bargain hunters are having a field day but some investors including Mark Partipilo, a Las Vegas real estate investor concludes that “In this market, there are so many REOs that the banks are

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Orlando Regional Realtor Association reports slight dip in home sales and median price during July 2008

Home sales declined slightly during July after the traditional summer peak in the previous month and are still down compared to July 2007. 1,436 existing home sales was 3.6% less than 1,436 which sold in June and 5.8% less than the 1,524 sold in July 2007. Median

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It’s a Buyer’s Market – Increase your chances of a sale.

It’s a buyer’s market but sellers can increase the chance of a sale in today’s climate by working with a Realtor and considering the following: Do not count on open houses to sell your home as less than 5% of buyers find their home at an open

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Orlando Regional Realtor Association reports another increase in home sales and median sales price for June 2008

The Orlando real estate market continue to show gradual signs of improvement as home sales and median sale price increase for the fourth consecutive month. 1,443 existing home sales was 7.1% more than 1,347 which sold in May but 5.3% less than the 1,524 sold in June

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Orlando Regional Realtor Association reports an increase in home sales and median sales price for May 2008

The Orlando real estate market shows even more signs of improvement as home sales and median sale price increase for the third consecutive month. 1,276 existing home sales was 3.7% more than 1,231 which sold in April but 27% less than the 1,745 sold in May 2007.

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