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3 Ways To Help Your Child Buy A Home While On A Budget

Not every parent is in a position to write a big check. There are plenty of alternative ways to support their dream of homeownership.

Which Cities Are Better For Retirement?

Where is the best place to live in your golden years? When it comes time to retire, seniors have many factors to consider.

Americans Plan For Homeownership in 2019

Ten Million Americans said last month that their top financial goal for 2019 is to buy a home.

How homeowners and buyers are unexpectedly impacted by the shutdown

The partial government shutdown is having a negative impact on the real estate market.

The State of Housing Supply and Demand

The supply of homes for sale and the vacancy rates for rental housing have stabilized and are inching up again. But, demand is outpacing the current supply — especially at entry-level points in the market.

How the New Tax Law Affects Homeowners

While many homeowners, homebuyers and real estate investors will see benefits from this legislation, some markets may still see diminished tax benefits and adverse impacts to the real estate market.


Broadband Given Green Light for Rural Mississippi

Rural Mississippi is finally going to be able to ditch dial-up. Gov. Phil Bryant recently signed the Mississippi Broadband Enabling Act into law.

New Pavilion a Community Benefit for Those with Two Feet…or Four

With the help of a grant, the Alaskan city of Soldonta now has a covered area on their dog park where dog owners can go if the weather is not ideal.

Constitutional Changes in Arizona Protect Homeowners

When Arizona voters passed Prop 126 last November, it was the latest in a history of amendments to the state constitution that either helped or protected homeowners.

Laguna Beach Seniors “Age in Place”

A program in Laguna Beach called Lifelong Laguna provides an ambitious vision of services to help residents age gracefully in their homes.

Maine’s Fast Growing Housing Concerns

A recent conference in Main focused on an actionable, long-range plan that would address the changing housing needs of aging Mainers.

Why you should support Home Inspector Licensing in Ohio

Ohio is one a few remaining states that doesn’t regulate home inspectors. They aren’t required to be licensed, or at the very least be registered in the state.


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