Monthly Archives: October 2016

A buyer’s bank may not offer the best mortgage rates

Some loan experts say that many banks don’t give borrowers the lowest rate they deserve due to internal factors beyond a borrower’s control, such as investor demands or a fear that rates will rise soon.

Some loan experts say that many banks don’t give borrowers the lowest rate they deserve due to internal factors beyond a borrower’s control, such as investor demands or a fear that rates will rise soon.

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Fla.’s housing market: Median prices rise in Sept.

Year-to-year, median Fla. sales prices rose 11.3% for single-family homes and 6.7% for condos – the 58th month-in-a-row for higher median prices. NAR: Total U.S. home sales rose 3.2% month-to-month and first-time buyer percentages hit a 4-year high.

Year-to-year, median Fla. sales prices rose 11.3% for single-family homes and 6.7% for condos – the 58th month-in-a-row for higher median prices. NAR: Total U.S. home sales rose 3.2% month-to-month and first-time buyer percentages hit a 4-year high.

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Fla. real estate market rapidly returning to ‘normal’

Freddie Mac has a measure to determine whether state and metro real estate markets are close to “normal.” While Fla. and its metro areas still lag overall, the rebound is strong with Fla. the “most improved” state year-to-year.

Freddie Mac has a measure to determine whether state and metro real estate markets are close to “normal.” While Fla. and its metro areas still lag overall, the rebound is strong with Fla. the “most improved” state year-to-year.

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A buyer’s bank may not offer the best mortgage rates

Some loan experts say that many banks don’t give borrowers the lowest rate they deserve due to internal factors beyond a borrower’s control, such as investor demands or a fear that rates will rise soon.

Some loan experts say that many banks don’t give borrowers the lowest rate they deserve due to internal factors beyond a borrower’s control, such as investor demands or a fear that rates will rise soon.

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Fla.’s housing market: Median prices rise in Sept.

Year-to-year, median Fla. sales prices rose 11.3% for single-family homes and 6.7% for condos – the 58th month-in-a-row for higher median prices. NAR: Total U.S. home sales rose 3.2% month-to-month and first-time buyer percentages hit a 4-year high.

Year-to-year, median Fla. sales prices rose 11.3% for single-family homes and 6.7% for condos – the 58th month-in-a-row for higher median prices. NAR: Total U.S. home sales rose 3.2% month-to-month and first-time buyer percentages hit a 4-year high.

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Fla. real estate market rapidly returning to ‘normal’

Freddie Mac has a measure to determine whether state and metro real estate markets are close to “normal.” While Fla. and its metro areas still lag overall, the rebound is strong with Fla. the “most improved” state year-to-year.

Freddie Mac has a measure to determine whether state and metro real estate markets are close to “normal.” While Fla. and its metro areas still lag overall, the rebound is strong with Fla. the “most improved” state year-to-year.

Click here for full article:

Fla. real estate market rapidly returning to ‘normal’

Freddie Mac has a measure to determine whether state and metro real estate markets are close to “normal.” While Fla. and its metro areas still lag overall, the rebound is strong with Fla. the “most improved” state year-to-year.

Freddie Mac has a measure to determine whether state and metro real estate markets are close to “normal.” While Fla. and its metro areas still lag overall, the rebound is strong with Fla. the “most improved” state year-to-year.

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A buyer’s bank may not offer the best mortgage rates

Some loan experts say that many banks don’t give borrowers the lowest rate they deserve due to internal factors beyond a borrower’s control, such as investor demands or a fear that rates will rise soon.

Some loan experts say that many banks don’t give borrowers the lowest rate they deserve due to internal factors beyond a borrower’s control, such as investor demands or a fear that rates will rise soon.

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A buyer’s bank may not offer the best mortgage rates

Some loan experts say that many banks don’t give borrowers the lowest rate they deserve due to internal factors beyond a borrower’s control, such as investor demands or a fear that rates will rise soon.

Some loan experts say that many banks don’t give borrowers the lowest rate they deserve due to internal factors beyond a borrower’s control, such as investor demands or a fear that rates will rise soon.

Click here for full article:

Fla.’s housing market: Median prices rise in Sept.

Year-to-year, median Fla. sales prices rose 11.3% for single-family homes and 6.7% for condos – the 58th month-in-a-row for higher median prices. NAR: Total U.S. home sales rose 3.2% month-to-month and first-time buyer percentages hit a 4-year high.

Year-to-year, median Fla. sales prices rose 11.3% for single-family homes and 6.7% for condos – the 58th month-in-a-row for higher median prices. NAR: Total U.S. home sales rose 3.2% month-to-month and first-time buyer percentages hit a 4-year high.

Click here for full article:

Fla.’s housing market: Median prices rise in Sept.

Year-to-year, median Fla. sales prices rose 11.3% for single-family homes and 6.7% for condos – the 58th month-in-a-row for higher median prices. NAR: Total U.S. home sales rose 3.2% month-to-month and first-time buyer percentages hit a 4-year high.

Year-to-year, median Fla. sales prices rose 11.3% for single-family homes and 6.7% for condos – the 58th month-in-a-row for higher median prices. NAR: Total U.S. home sales rose 3.2% month-to-month and first-time buyer percentages hit a 4-year high.

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