From the Archive
By Ann Carrns, The New York Times | December 12, 2017
Efforts to help potential first-time home buyers save for down payments using special tax-favored accounts have been gaining traction in state legislatures.
By Anthony SanFilippo | August 30, 2017
The Minnesota legislature recently passed a new law that included the First Time Homebuyers Savings Account Act, which now allows individuals or couples to save the money they need in a tax preferred savings account to go toward the purchase of a home.
By HOM Editor | August 28, 2017
The road to homeownership is shorter than you think. The First-Time Homebuyer Savings Account Act makes it easier to save and puts you one step closer to buying a new home.
By HOM Editor | August 21, 2017
Find out how much you know about Minnesota’s new First Time Homebuyers Savings Accounts.
By HOM Editorial Team | July 1, 2015
The Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORS® is working to repeal point-of-sale inspection ordinances enacted in some of the 200 cities in the Minneapolis metropolitan area.
The housing market is so hot right now, that even digital homes are selling for unbelievable prices.
Arkansas has become the fifth state to enact the Uniform Partition of Heirs’ Property Act (UPHPA), a move that will protect the interests of black landowners
There’s nothing you can do to prevent cicadas from emerging, but you can take steps to protect your home and garden from the swarms of insects preparing to surface.
Key indicators that the housing marketing will simply cool off versus crashing like it’s 2008.
With limited inventory and multiple offers on homes, the price you’re willing to pay for a home may end up being higher than the appraised value.