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Homes for Sale in Sun-Kissed Climes

Zillow By Catherine Sherman Dreaming of Spring Break already? You're not alone. The unusually cold weather in many parts of the country makes a sun-laden home that much more enticing. From pools and putting greens to cabanas and sandy beaches, here are luxurious homes prepped for soaking in the sun. They range from a... Continue Reading »

Homes Under $100,000, Near High-Ranked Schools

Zillow By Catherine Sherman Finding a home under $100,000 can be challenging enough, but most people aren't shopping in a vacuum. Factors like school boundaries are just as important as making sure the price is right. In addition to providing a good education for local kids, a good school district might protect you from... Continue Reading »

Phoenix Real Estate Ready for Double Dip?

We all know that Phoenix real estate has taken one of the hardest beatings in the nation. Now new data is emerging that may indicate the dreaded double dip. The Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service index, based on pending purchase agreements, shows Phoenix home prices hit a new record low of $115,000... Continue Reading »

U.S. Real Estate Deals Snapped Up by Foreign Buyers

Need more evidence that now is a great time to buy a home? International buyers are snatching up U.S. real estate at a rapid clip, according to the National Association of Realtors. For the year ending in March, foreign residents accounted for 7 percent of residential real estate sales in the U.S. The most buyers are... Continue Reading »

Negative-Equity Homes Fall: Another Sign We've Hit Bottom

The number of homes with negative equity -- when a homeowner owes more on it than its worth -- took a tiny tumble this month, according to CoreLogic. Homes in negative territory still make up 24 percent of all residential properties with a mortgage, but the number fell by 100,000: From 11.3 million to 11.2 million.... Continue Reading »

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