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Fed Ques QE3!

Drum Roll QE3!!! The Fed Reserve announced yesterday it will buy 40 Billion$USD per month in the MBS (mortgage backed securities) market and extend Operation Twist until the unemployment rate […]

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Why Host an Open House?

Open houses are not the best vehicles for selling homes. So why do Real Estate Agents bother with them? For the following reason: Open houses are a great means for […]

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Newton’s Law of Real Estate

Believe it or not, there are some fundamental similarities between Newton’s Law of Motion and being a real estate agent. At the heart of a successful real estate agent is […]

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Multiple Counter Offers: Sometimes Confusion, Sometimes Deception

In many parts of the country resale inventory has declined steeply and properties for sale – particularly those at the lower end of the price range – are frequently receiving […]

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Real Estate Outlook: Existing-Sales Decline

The latest existing-home sales figures show a decline once again. This rate is after a gain in January, but is above year ago levels by 8.8 percent. Lawrence Yun, NAR […]

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Bigger Isn’t Necessarily Better

From young, qualified first-time home buyers to 50-and-olders, moving, up, over or down, a new breed of buyer is descending upon the Silicon Valley Housing market. They’ve worked hard to […]

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