How Much Money Will You Have To Put Down On A Home?

By Jason Boone If you’re thinking about buying a home soon here’s how much money you can expect to put down on home. Buying a home can be one of the most exciting things that you will ever do in your entire life because, there’s some much information to process especially if you’re buying for

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National Housing Trend Report Confirms Home Prices Rose During April

Thanks to recent data by the National Housing Trend Report that was released on Wednesday, we know that prices for single family homes continued to rise across the United States during the month of April. The Real Estate Market is in good shape right now because, home prices are rising moderately compared to the double

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4 Tips for Homeowners Who Experience Appraisal Issues

As June approaches the Real Estate market in Bend is hot, just like the rest of the country, and with a hot market it’s not uncommon to hear about appraisal issues but the question that many homeowners have is what are they supposed to do when their home is appraised for less than what it’s

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Redfin Survey Shows More Sellers Plan On Overpricing Their Homes

Thanks to a recent report from Redfin we know that sellers are either feeling overly optimistic or risky because, 40.3 percent of homeowners who plan on selling their homes in the coming months plan on pricing their homes above market value. Redfin polled close to 1,200 homeowners in 25 cities across the United States and

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30-year Fixed Mortgage Rates Reach Lowest Level in 2 Years

If you’re planning on refinancing your home loan, or purchasing a new Bend Oregon Home, the good news for you is that 30-year fixed mortgage rates have continued to ease and we are now going into the second straight week where they have eased to their lowest level since late 2013. 30-Year Fixed Mortgage Rates

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IRS Section 1031 Could Be Changed Soon – How Will This Affect Homeowners?

If you’ve sold a home in the last few years you may be familiar with Section 1031 of the IRS Internal Revenue Code which enables the seller or owner of an investment property to defer paying capital gain tax on the sale of that property when those taxes are due to be paid after the

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