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Last updated: December 21, 2018 • Real Estate History

Tips to Avoid Being Scammed – Real Estate-Style!

At some point in the past 10-15 years, it is safe to say that everyone with an email address has received an official-looking email about a very high-ranking official in a country you probably never heard of who recently passed away leaving a large, unclaimed inheritance. How lucky it is that they picked you, YOU, …

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Last updated: December 21, 2018 • Real Estate History

How Smart Is Your Home?

If you believe the term “Smart Home” refers to the amount of college degrees in your household, please, please read on! If you have an idea of what “Smart Home” is, read on anyway, and find out more! To put it simply, the term Smart Home or Home Automation refers to the method and technologies …

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Last updated: December 20, 2018 • Real Estate History

This Skyscraper Doesn’t See Its Own Shadow – Spring Will Come Early!

As we’ve mentioned many times, real estate is everywhere. When we think of real estate we mostly associate homes with a “sold” sign, and a happy family plus fluffy dog frolicking in the front yard. Not to call a single family home “small,” there are much bigger examples out there. This time, let’s go big… …

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Last updated: December 20, 2018 • Real Estate History

Where Real Estate Agents and Realtors Failed in 2014

If we were to make a 2014 Real Estate overview, we would say the year saw some of the best housing market interest rates coupled with some of the lowest prices on the realty market. Although many realtors and real estate agents were able to take advantage of these factors, many more failed in a …

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Last updated: December 18, 2018 • Real Estate History

Real Estate. Now and Then

Real estate capital markets seemed to be the largest concern in the 2008. To no surprise, the most discussed topic is the lack of capital, especially coming from debt markets. Still, 2008 will be a tough year for all real estate markets and lenders, due to a lack of liquidity caused by US subprime problems. …

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