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Are You A Boomerang Buyer?

Published on 11/01/2016 By Power Marketing

At one point you were a happy homeowner, comfortable with the knowledge that you and your family had a cozy, secure home in a friendly neighborhood; a place where memories were made and security was assured. Then, the unthinkable happened. The economy went into a tailspin and you found yourself struggling to stay afloat. One […]

House Flipping: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Published on 05/26/2016 By Coldwell Banker Innovations

We’ve all watched the shows on television and, chances are very good we’ve turned to our spouses or friends and asked the same question: “Why can’t we do that”? Yes, even when the unexpected occurs during these house flipping reality shows it seems the homeowner always comes out not only unscathed, but turning a pretty […]

Why Wouldn’t You Want The Strength Of The Industry Leader Behind You?

Published on 01/18/2016 By Power Marketing

  Purchasing a new home or selling your existing property is a major life event.  At Coldwell Banker Innovations we understand the full range of emotions buyers and sellers experience from the initial decision to buy or sell through the closing process.  When you choose Coldwell Banker Innovations you will feel confident in your decision, […]

Own A Home Again: Part Two—Boomerang Buyers

Published on 10/08/2015 By Power Marketing

Welcome back and thank you for joining us for the finale to our two-part series dedicated to “Boomerang Buyers”. This term refers to former homeowners who have experienced financial difficulties—even bankruptcy—but now they’re bouncing back and once again considering home ownership. This demographic is much more experienced than they were the first time around, and […]

Mortgage rates expected to remain low until 2015

Published on 11/02/2012 By Jflook

Mortgage rates stayed in the basement this week, as mortgage-backed securities that fund the vast majority of home loans continued to look like a safe bet to investors. A weekly survey by the Mortgage Bankers Association showed demand for purchase mortgages was up a seasonally adjusted 1 percent during the week ending Oct. 26 when compared […]

Foreclosures down nationwide!

Published on 10/31/2012 By Jflook

The number ofU.S.homes lost to foreclosure dropped for the fifth month in September, with real estate data aggregator CoreLogic counting 57,000 completed foreclosures in a monthly foreclosure report released today. That’s a 31.3 percent decrease from a year ago, and 3.4 percent less than August’s upwardly-revised total of 59,000. By comparison, for a span of […]

Home sales up!

Published on 09/21/2012 By Jflook

Sales of existing homes were up 7.8 percent from July to August to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 4.82 million, helping boost the national median home price for the sixth month in a row, the National Association of Realtors Said today.  Looking back a year, home sales increased 9.3 percent in August. At $187,400, […]