Charming 3 bedroom, 1 full and 2 half-bath home on quiet dead-end in hot area of Arlington! Hardwood floors throughout. Built-in cabinetry in living room. Stainless steel dishwasher and range with double oven. Pantry and butcher block countertop. Two fireplaces. Florida room addition. Finished family room in basement. New 25-year roof. New decorative cedar fence. […]
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We are pleased to offer this “inviting and impressive” home. You may feel a little magic if you experience this home in person! It sits on 5 naturally beautiful acres, affording lots of privacy along with a beautifully landscaped yard. And the home itself is elegant, pristine, and looks like a model. A virtual tour […]
When you’re just moving into a neighborhood, it can be hard to know exactly what you’re getting into. Certainly, you can see the sights for yourself and read about your new community online, but there are still things that may not be readily available. If you’re looking for the cold, hard facts on the safety of your neighborhood, look no further than the following websites for the things you’ll want to know.
Last week’s economic news included readings on new and existing home sales and mortgage rates. Also released were reports on new jobless claims and consumer sentiment.
With interest rates on the rise following the 2016 election, it’s possible that you’re now considering your options for refinancing your current mortgage. It can sometimes be hard to know all of the ins and outs of making this choice, though, and it’s important to know what’s involved.
January’s National Association of Home Builders Housing Market Index dipped two points from December’s revised reading of 69 to 67; the index reading forecast for January was also 69.Analysts said that January’s reading was the second highest (after December 2016) since the peak of the housing bubble in 2005. January’s dip in builder sentiment was attributed to easing of builder enthusiasm, which spiked right after the U.S. presidential election. To put January’s home builder confidence reading in context, NAHB says that any index reading over 50 indicates that more builders than fewer have confidence in housing market conditions.