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Itzel Machado
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  • Agents Sell Homes For More Than FSBOs: Study

    Contradicting previous research, new study finds FSBOs sell at discount Key Takeaways: Agents tend to achieve higher sales prices for properties than comparable FSBO listings, enough to offset their commission fee, according to a recent analysis. Academic research has often cast doubt on the value of real estate agents, but a new study will come […]

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    Top 10 Tech Tools for REALTORS®

    Many people live in smart homes, drive smart cars and use smart phones. REALTORS® should be no different, especially with all the tech tools at their disposal nowadays. While some brokers still use paper documents, fax machines and push button lock boxes, mobile and connected agents can manage deals from their car using their iPad or […]

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    Ask the Experts: How digital workflows sharpen a brokerage

    This transformation isn’t just cutting out paper — it’s all connected. Key Takeaways Using products like DocuSign Transaction Rooms can make home transactions feel closer to an Amazon experience. Going digital enhances transparency and security for clients as they make one of the biggest purchases of their lives. Integrating an office with Transaction Rooms saves […]

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    Is Trump’s tax plan good for homeowners? Nope, says NAR

    The country’s largest trade association released a statement that said the tax plan would hurt homeownership Key Takeaways “By doubling the standard deduction and repealing the state and local tax deduction the plan would effectively nullify the current tax benefits of owning a home,” said NAR President Bill Brown. The proposed reform would reduce the […]

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    NEW LISTING! 1349 Orange Ave. UNION $469,000

    OPEN HOUSE:  04.30.2017  (1-3PM)  Stuyvesant Ave to Tyler St to Orange Ave. A truly pampered gem, 4 bdr colonial, 2.5 bath, 5 walking closets. Bi-level, heating system. This beautiful house was fully renovated and extended, lovely secluded backyard with carpet like grass. Wood burning fireplace, 12 x 20 deck equipped with tv connection, huge finished basement, […]

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    Looking to Buy a Home in 2017? Here are your First Steps

     Are you looking to finally buy a home, but not sure where to start? These five tips give borrowers an idea of where to begin the sometimes daunting process. In an email to HousingWire, Ray Rodriguez, regional sales manager of TD Bank, provided this advice to consumers gearing up to buy a home in 2017, whether they are first-time homebuyers or […]

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    Rising Interest Rates Won’t Derail Housing Market

    Housing starts jumped in October, but the surge is unlikely to last. Starts increased by 25.5%, to a seasonally adjusted annualized rate of 1.323 million units in October. Multifamily starts bounced back from a sharp decline in September, increasing by 68.8%. Single-family starts rose 10.7%. Stronger momentum for single-family residential construction indicates that builders are […]

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    The US Housing Forecast is Looking Good 2017 to 2020 and Beyond

    More experts are predicting a strong year ahead for US housing. They see exisiting home sales of 6 to 6.5 million in 2017 and 160,000 new homes being built per year up to 2024. Even without Donald Trump, the market looks good. Interest in rental income investment and apartments is particularly strong now in places like Dallas, […]

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    The Real Estate Investors’ Guide to Getting Past Uncle Sam

    Let’s face it. Stories about people’s taxes don’t typically lend themselves to juicy scoops for journalists. The federal IRS code is complex and confusing even for the most erudite tax specialists. And given the privacy of individual filings, the facts can be difficult to nail down and will likely involve making a presumption that no […]

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    What are the biggest mistakes first-time homebuyers make? Our latest poll delves into what new buyers do that they really (really) shouldn’t.

      First-time homebuyers probably seem like babes in the woods to seasoned real estate agents, who’ve seen all the mistakes that this group of consumers makes — and then some. Tell us what the most egregious errors are and we’ll feature your responses in an upcoming article on Inman. 1. What mistakes have you seen homebuyers make in […]

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