After posting a strong September, the number of newly-built homes sold nationwide slipped in October.
In this 4-minute video from the DIY Network, you’ll learn how to identify your home’s leaky windows, and how to seal them with caulk. The job requires a little bit of elbow grease, but it’s manageable for even the notice handyman.
Bond markets have not taken kindly to the Fed Minutes. The minutes show a propensity toward Fed “action”, most of which markets believe to be inflationary. Inflation leads to higher mortgage rates and that’s exactly what we’ve seen.
It’s encouraging that first-time and investment property buyers were both outnumbered by “move-up” buyers in October; buyers that have sold their respective homes in favor of larger ones.
Shoppers should think twice about is the popular “Open A Charge Card, Save 20%” promotion. The short-term savings may be tempting, but the long-term costs may be huge.
According to the United States Fire Administration, in 2008, there were an estimated 378,200 in-home fires. Combined, these fires caused $8 billion in property damage and killed 2,600 people.
With the sudden rise in mortgage rates, we have to question whether the Refi Boom is ending.
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