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Women who help other women rise through the ranks are perceived as less warm, and nonwhite managers who help nonwhite people are perceived as less competent, new research finds .
There is new evidence to prove Missouri is considered scarier than Kansas. A real estate search site called Estately looked at the things people worry about when chosing to buy a home.
The land of Hobbits is also one of the most central, characterful rural towns our fair country has to offer ... You might want to join the Aucklanders pretending to be farmers on lifestyle blocks or retiring to newly built villas, as they make up roughly 40 per cent of those buying real estate in Matamata.
First-timers can be eager to jump into home ownership. But real estate experts say they see them committing the same mistakes, time and time again.
Buying a home to live in can always make financial sense, but not for the reasons most of us have been taught.
The young have been hurt the most by the recession. They don't vote Tory and can't buy a house, so who cares? Last week I appeared on Iain Dale's LBC radio show to discuss an interview he had just conducted with the Chancellor George Osborne on a trip to the South-west.
Prospective home buyers are confident that they'll be able to find an affordable mortgage to make their purchase.
Home buyers will be paying an average of A 7,500 in stamp duty within two years if the current house price surge continues, it is claimed.
The Herald-Mail of Hagerstown reports the Maryland Mortgage Program will lower rates by a quarter percent for homes in Allegany, Frederick, Garrett and Washington counties.
For most homeowners, their mortgage is the biggest single debt hanging over their heads.
You may be able to assume the seller's mortgage liability when buying a house instead of having to apply for a new loan.
One of this country's leading figures in housebuilding has criticised the design of the Scottish Government's Help to Buy scheme, which ran out of money last week.
House prices are well out of kilter compared with incomes, rents and other countries, and with prices as much as 26 per cent over-valued are at risk of a sharp fall, according to a report by NZIER.
NOT FOR EVERYONE: People are working ever longer hours to buy a house that in some cases, they won't have time to enjoy.
Ever since house flipping became a "thing", thanks to reality television, many people have come out to try their luck with it.
They are increasingly ethnically diverse, more educated and less likely to be married - all factors that make them less likely to own a home, said a new report released Wednesday by Trulia, the online real estate firm.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 03:05 am
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