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topStories Thursday, November 03, 2016
What's Next in Real Estate? Markets, Trends to Watch in 2017
Real estate in 2017 is to be shaped by cities that meet not only the economic standards of a sustainable market, but also the demand for distinct neighborhoods within those markets. This is according to the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) and PwC’s latest report, “Emerging Trends in Real Estate® 2017,”...
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Blog: Single Women Kick Butt in the Housing Market

Over the past 12 months, single women made up 17 percent of all homebuyers, purchasing at twice the rate of their single male counterparts, according to a new annual report from the National...
Interest Rate Rise Shelved until December

Interest rates will rise, but not until December at the earliest, the Federal Reserve announced Wednesday, confirming a long-held view that the Fed would not raise rates ahead of the...
What's the Difference Between an NAR Designation and Certification?

Throughout the month of November, during what we call Designation Awareness Month, we at the Center for REALTOR® Development—along...
Study: 'Unscoreable' Consumers Likely as Creditworthy as 'Scoreables'

Consumers deemed “unscoreable” by conventional credit scoring models—and shut out of access to credit, including mortgages, as a result—are likely to be...
Explore America's Neighborhoods: Georgetown, Washington, D.C.
Think Georgetown and you probably think prime hangout for American University, George Washington University, and, of course, Georgetown University students. Countless bars and restaurants are to thank for this steady influx of youngsters that keep the area lively and......
Catalyzing Change: Credit, Mortgage Marketplace on the Cusp of Innovation

Top 10 Most Expensive Mistakes You’re Making on Your Home

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