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Housing Market Outlook for 2019 2020 While the latest housing market stats show plunging home sales, the US housing market is looking ready to jump into higher gear this spring and summer. There won't be a housing market crash, but listings are projected to keep growing...

Best Auto Insurance Quotes Did you know auto insurance premiums rose by 7% last year, far above the usual 3 to 4%. When drivers don't shop around for better insurance quotes, or mortgage rates, or a home, insurance conglomerates take advantage. Even with no claims, they draw funds...

Should I Sell my House in 2019? With the 2019 spring season straight ahead, this may be the best time to sell your house.  And for buyers too, it may be the best time for them to buy. How does that make sense? Right now there is...

The Net Benefit of Real Estate Investors - $9 Billion! A joint survey by Bigger Pockets and Memphis Invest revealed some fascinating insight into the attitudes of real estate investors and the impact of real estate economics on the well being of the US economy. They concluded...

Housing Bubble 2019? Some people don't talk housing crash, until they've discussed the nice topic of the housing bubble.  Crash is too crass, unsupported, and troubling a word.  The bubble topic is a nicer subject that makes us feel the matter is something we can manage...

Housing Affordability at Its Lowest Ever A lack of affordable housing in North America is a disgrace. Despite a booming US economy  and glowing jobs report, flourishing housing market, affordable housing and homelessness are decades long issues governments can't seem to solve. Look at this issue with more depth and...

Best Time to Buy a House? Hoping to buy a house or condo in 2018, 2019 or 2020?  You'd be very wise to consider the timing of your purchase. It seems certain days and months of the year are perfect to buy. And given the high home prices everywhere,...

Housing Market 2019 Outlook The Housing Market Predictions for 2019? The US economy is predicted to grow 3 to 5% (now 4.2%), and with house construction intact, and employment strong, and US wages rising, we'll see more Americans buying a home. For many happy people, it...