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1 hr ago | The Virginian-Pilot
During his third deployment in Afghanistan, Air Force Staff Sgt. Claude Hunter was so eager to return to the United States and buy a house that he signed a contract for a property that his agent showed him over Skype.
5 hrs ago | Scotsman.com
The finding comes despite research showing confidence across Britain has plunged amid growing fears over spiralling property prices and the prospect of interest rates rising.
6 hrs ago | IamExpat
Buying a home is a complicated and often confusing process even when using your native language in a system you are familiar with.
10 hrs ago | The Real Deal
Home flippers mostly went extinct nationwide after the housing crises. But despite a harsh lending market, they may be on their way back, via television.
Buying a home is a big decision that includes understanding how much house you can afford and working through the mortgage and purchase process.
DUBLIN has three years' worth of supply of sites with planning permission available for building homes, but many are owned by insolvent developers who can't get the funds to begin construction.
I am one of those Baby Boomers that always enjoys coming to Vail to ski in the winter and vacation in the summer.
Buying a home anyplace is a challenge for most people and sorting out the myths from reality as to what is required can be a challenge.
New data from the Bureau of Statistics shows that around 52,902 home loans were granted to new owner-occupiers.
Cher Lloyd found it difficult to tell her parents she is settling down in America and buying a home there.
The county Planning Board recently approved spending $395,000 to buy a house and one-acre lot to help expand the Ovid Hazen Wells regional park in Clarksburg.
Mike and Jamie Vos always dreamed of buying a home where they would put down roots and raise their children.
TAOISEACH Enda Kenny insists there is no new property bubble despite house prices rising at the highest rate on record.
Americans shopping for houses must take care they don't get financially trapped by subprime mortgages, says real estate lawyer Shari Olefson, director of The Carnegie Group.
The latest Treasury bond rally continues to benefit anyone looking to buy a home, as mortgage rates, which tend to follow Treasury yields, remain close to 2014 lows.
Palm Springs Life @palmspringslife Reports say President @BarackObama is buying a house.
Updated: Sun Jul 27, 2014 09:51 pm
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