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Number Of Price Cuts Drops As Housing Inventory Rises

Last week, housing inventory grew and the number of price cuts fell, which is expected at this time of the year. I hope the next thing we see is housing inventory grow at the level it typically does in January or February instead of being delayed until March or April.

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The 11 Best Real Estate CRMs For 2024

What’s the secret to nurturing leads and turning them into loyal clients? It’s a high-functioning customer relationship management (CRM) tool with robust features, integrations and automation. As your real estate business expands, nurturing your growing client base inevitably leads to a need for improved communication. The best real estate CRM

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How SECURE 2.0 Could Make Saving For Retirement Easier

With much of the U.S. retirement conversation often focused on the increasing challenges of maintaining a quality of living into older age, a law passed by Congress in 2022 could be a positive sign. The Securing a Strong Retirement Act of 2022, known by its moniker “SECURE 2.0,” includes provisions

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US Supreme Court To Hear Mortgage Escrow Case In February

The U.S. Supreme Court last week scheduled oral arguments for seven pending cases to take place in February, including one that will decide whether “the National Bank Act preempts the application of state escrow-interest laws to national banks,” according to a publication of the argument schedule and reporting at SCOTUSblog.

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