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Millennials Seek Homeownership Before Marriage and Fixer-Uppers

Yes, there are more data reports about Millennials and their homebuying habits. In the latest studies, it appears this youthful demographic prefers to buy residential properties before getting married and are open to financing fixer-uppers rather than buying new properties.

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Homes Listed with Professional Real Estate Photos Sell Quicker and For More Money. This Is Why.

First impressions are everything, especially in home buying. A gorgeous exterior vs. an uninviting one decides whether you walk in the front door. Inside, spotless interiors are more likely to inspire a life there than a cluttered house that’s clearly, well, someone else’s home.

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Conversion of Fannie and Freddie to Publicly Held Companies, New Lending for Renters who Have Inconsistent Incomes

The federal government, under the Federal Housing Finance Administration, has proposed, after six to eight months of work, the complete restructuring of Fannie and Freddie, in the effort to get them off the balance sheet of the federal government, and to end the implied 100% guarantee of everything they do in the mortgage market.

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A Step-by-Step Guide to Making Your First Million in Real Estate in Six Short Years

Over the last 50 years, home prices in the U.S. have increased by more than 5% annually on average, according to the  National Association of Realtors . This means that the $200,000 home you buy today could be worth more $864,000 in 30 years when your mortgage is paid off.

It’s no surprise that real estate is considered such an effective way to build wealth.

But few actually take full advantage of the opportunity at hand. 

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Our efforts of collecting peanut butter and jelly for the students at St. Peter Claver School went exceedingly well! The food will go towards helping provide snacks for the students while attending school throughout the year.
We are now focusing our efforts on A Kid's Place of Tampa Bay, Inc. to help out for the upcoming school year.