Wade appeared on News9 this weekend discussing the recent housing turnaround. Take a look:
Wade was featured in a news story recently, where he was asked the question: Is now a good time to sell? See what he says, and what other real estate advice he has to give. (Interview starts at 0:57)
2012 Marked The Year Of The Housing Recovery: Promising Signs For More Improvement In 2013 The nation’s housing market has certainly come a long way from the depths of the recession. According to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR), in 2008 home sales had fallen nearly 42 percent from their peak level in 2005. Moreover, [...]
The nation’s banks could pump $71 billion per year into the economy, create more than one million jobs annually and save families $6,500 per year on mortgage payments by writing down all underwater mortgages to market value The New Bottom Line, a nationwide campaign representing 1,000 faith-based and community organizations says that's the bottom line [...]
Pending home sales increased in February but with notable regional variations, according to the National Association of REALTORS®. The Pending Home Sales Index, a forward-looking indicator, rose 2.1 percent to 90.8, based on contracts signed in February, from 88.9 in January. The index is 8.2 percent below 98.9 recorded in February 2010. The data reflects [...]
Heart Disease kills nearly 50% of Americans today. While this is known to many of us, what may not be known is how to tell when you or someone else may be suffering a heart attack. I thought the PDF below and this video would be of interest to each and every one of us.
Without a house to sell , first-time home buyers have had a field day in the depressed housing market. Until recently, anyway. A series of new rules, regulations and policies have changed the landscape, making buying that new home harder and more expensive. Not long ago, first-time buyers accounted for 40% of home sales. Now [...]
Home affordability returned to pre-bubble levels in a growing number of U.S. markets over the past year as price declines laid the groundwork for a housing recovery.
Once every homeowner’s answer to a cash shortfall, the ability to borrow against your home equity all but disappeared a few years ago right along with, well, home equity. But now, at a growing number of banks around the country, home equity loans and lines of credit are back – and so are the pitfalls that go with them.
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