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topStories Tuesday, March 07, 2017
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The Ideal Time to List a Home for Sale
Numerous factors impact the sale of a home—including timing. The ideal time to list a home for sale this year is between May 1-15, according to a recent analysis by Zillow. Homes listed within the two-week window sell for 1 percent more than the average home for sale, and also nine days sooner. The window varies, however. In Baltimore, Md., homes listed at the market's ideal time—April 1-15—sell 21.5 days sooner, the fastest of the top 25 metro areas; homes in San Francisco, Calif., listed at its ideal time, May 16-31, sell only 5.5 days sooner. Home sellers in Portland, Ore., Sacramento, Calif., and Seattle, Wash., gain the highest average premiums by percentage when listing at their market's ideal time, at 2 percent in Portland and Sacramento and 2.5 percent in Seattle. ...
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FHA Priority List: Policy Changes Critical in 2017
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) was formed in the aftermath of the Great Depression to create a stable mortgage market and support homeownership. Decades later... READ MORE >
Russia: Ripe for International Investment
Alexander Romanenko, founder and president of ADVECS, a Saint Petersburg, Russia full-service real estate firm, is a testament to the power of the global real estate community.... READ MORE >
Millennials Leverage FHA Loans in January
Millennials continue to stake the majority claim in housing, with the Ellie Mae Millennial Tracker™ for January showing millennials comprising 84 percent of closed loans... READ MORE >
On the House: Could Trump Really Dismantle Dodd-Frank?
(TNS)—In President Trump's America, it can be hard to keep up. There are executive orders, memoranda, proclamations and tweets. Changes to immigration, health care... READ MORE >

5 Ways to Reverse Signs of Smoking in Your Home
By Fatima Puri
A smoker's home can be a massive deterrent to potential buyers. Not only does smoking leave strong smells in your house, it can also stain walls, cause wallpaper to peel, and stick to furniture. Trapped nicotine residue, known as thirdhand smoke, can pose a threat to anyone living in the home.
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