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The Home Appreciation Trade-Off

A new study found that a typical U.S. homeowner is gaining just a little less than the federal minimum wage, in home equity every working hour. Is it then a good idea to sit back and collect substantial hourly home equity “earnings” instead of working from 9-5?

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Homeowners’ Value Perception Takes a Tumble

After seizing positive numbers for seven months straight, the disparity between an appraised value and homeowners’ expectations of the said value expanded in January, according to Quicken Loans’ National ...

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My Home is Worth What?

There’s some discrepancy between homeowners and appraisers property values, according to a recent report. See what areas came in higher than expected.

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First Time Homebuyers: Where’s the Value?

Many different factors come to mind when looking for a home. Good schools, commute time, low crime, and location of places of interest nearby bring overall convenience for the homeowner. A recent report examined the nation’s 100 biggest metros to determine where in the U.S. first-time homebuyers would find the most value.

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