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October 04, 2011 Real Estate News

Highlights from the REALTOR® Confidence Index

Many REALTORS® report that buyers’ economic concerns and limited credit availability continue to contribute to a disappointing housing market. Research Commentary from REALTOR.org

October 49, 2011 Real Estate News

Move’s Campbell Team Celebrates Diwali

This past Tuesday CEO Steve Berkowitz and Chief Product Office Scott Boecker joined the Move, Inc. Campbell office to celebrate Diwali (Indian festival of lights). 

October 44, 2011 Real Estate News

How “Social” Are Realtors®?

Find out what percentage of your fellow Realtors® are actively engaged with social media and professional networking sites. Research Commentary from REALTOR.org

October 38, 2011 Real Estate News

Pending Home Sales Continue Uptrend

Pending home sales improved further in December, marking the fifth gain in the past six months. Latest News from the National Association of REALTORS®

October 36, 2011 Real Estate News

Pending Home Sales Down, Higher Than September 2010

In September pending home sales declined, although activity remains above a year ago. Latest News from the National Association of REALTORS®

October 14, 2011 Real Estate News

Mortgage Delinquency Rate to Fall?

Despite the continuing high number of homes in foreclosure, we can expect the figures to slide steadily downwards. Research Commentary from REALTOR.org

October 29, 2011 Real Estate News

What does “insufficient loans secured by real estate” mean when you are rejected for a credit card?

by notladj Question by Celeste or DevonZ: What does “insufficient loans secured by real estate” mean when you are rejected for a credit card? I

October 58, 2011 Real Estate News
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