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Evictions And Foreclosures Temporarily Suspended

Government agencies announce suspension of evictions for renters and homeowners due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Five Tips For Landlords During The COVID-19 Outbreak

Tips for property managers to help you prepare and stay informed during coronavirus pandemic.

Smart Homes Are Saving Homeowners a Chunk of Change

With the help of “smart” devices like thermostats, sensors, power strips, and water systems, you can cut your utility bills nearly in half.

Scientists Recommend These 10 Methods to Disinfect Your Home

While you may keep your home squeaky clean, it is still possible to bring germs back into your home, and there are dozens of nooks and crannies where said germs can hide out.

How Covid-19 could impact the Real Estate Market

The global pandemic is having an impact on global financial markets and likely will impact the U.S. Real Estate market soon.

3 Ways Remote Work is Changing the Way We Buy Homes

Because of remote work we’re spending more time in our homes than ever before and it’s changing the way they look and the criteria we use when we shop for a new one.


How Massachusetts’s Hiring Boom is Impacting Home Buyers

The employment boom in Massachusetts is making it harder for new and existing residents to find available and affordable homes to buy.

Kansas Tax Law Fight Continues, Voters Support Reform

Because of the way Kansas’ tax laws are written, many Kansas property owners are paying more in taxes due to changes to the federal tax law that President Trump signed in 2017.

The Latest Housing Market Stats

There were a total of 2,995 home sales in Kansas last month, compared to 2,660 units in December 2018.

South Carolina County School District Expands To Address Growing Student Population

Passage of bond referendum marks the first time Beaufort County schools passed a referendum in 11 years, despite overwhelming growth over the past decade.

Mobile City Council Rejects Annexation Effort

If the vote would have passed, a special election would have convened in December in the proposed areas to be annexed to see if residents there would have been willing to become part of Mobile.

Frustrated Residents Want Transparency, Accuracy in Philadelphia Property Assessment Procedure

The property tax war in Philadelphia is still peaking, and there doesn’t appear to be an end in sight.


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