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Taxing News for Homeowners
Posted on: March 2017
For the past 104 years, the mortgage interest deduction (MID) has been a popular mainstay of the tax code. But experts say the MID may be less impactful if President Trump and Congress follow through on their plans to usher in tax reform measures. The MID allows homeowners who itemize their... read more


Taxing News for Homeowners
Posted on: March 2017
For the past 104 years, the mortgage interest deduction (MID) has been a popular mainstay of the tax code. But experts say the MID may be less impactful if President Trump and Congress follow through on their plans to usher in tax reform measures. The MID allows homeowners who itemize their... read more


‘Not In My Back Yard!’ Versus ‘No Big Deal!’
Posted on: March 2017
Many homeowners fret about affordable housing in their neck of the woods, worrying that new subsidized rental housing construction earmarked for low-income tenants will depreciate property values and gradually bring down the neighborhood. But a new report by Trulia indicates that those fears are... read more


‘Not In My Back Yard!’ Versus ‘No Big Deal!’
Posted on: March 2017
Many homeowners fret about affordable housing in their neck of the woods, worrying that new subsidized rental housing construction earmarked for low-income tenants will depreciate property values and gradually bring down the neighborhood. But a new report by Trulia indicates that those fears are... read more


‘Not In My Back Yard!’ Versus ‘No Big Deal!’
Posted on: February 2017
Many homeowners fret about affordable housing in their neck of the woods, worrying that new subsidized rental housing construction earmarked for low-income tenants will depreciate property values and gradually bring down the neighborhood. But a new report by Trulia indicates that those fears are... read more


Avoid Getting Soaked
Posted on: February 2017
Consumers purchase homeowners insurance to safeguard their property from a variety of perils, including fire, wind damage, theft, and vandalism. But they often incorrectly assume that a major water hazard – flooding – is included in their coverage. Not to worry, you may think: I... read more


Equity Rising
Posted on: February 2017
If you’re a homeowner who survived the real estate market downturn from a few years back, chances are the value of your home – and your equity in it – has increased. And therein lies an opportunity: the chance to tap into that equity in the form of a home equity line of credit... read more


The Hunt For Senior-Friendly Housing
Posted on: February 2017
Many people live in a make-believe real estate world in which they think their homes – and their bodies – will never get old. But the truth is that both will begin to show signs of wear as the years pass, and graying Americans may be inadequately prepared to age gracefully in their... read more


Return of the Real Estate ROI
Posted on: January 2017
They say home is where the heart is. Ask the experts and they’ll tell you that home is where the profit is, too. Indeed, many are bullish today on real estate as an investment. Consider the results of a recent poll of American investors by Better Homes and Gardens Real Estate: 89... read more


The Future Is Now
Posted on: January 2017
It’s a new year and a turn of the clock toward a new administration. Which begs the question: What can home buyers, sellers and owners expect from President Trump when it comes to housing matters in 2017 and beyond? That query is currently top of mind for folks inside and outside the... read more


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