Realtors are in a rush to conclude land deals as the property market recovers, demand rises
The deal momentum
The deal momentum
Here’s Journal Club 05-05-23! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!
No one likes making mistakes, especially when they can be costly. I know that you likely share my perfectionist tendencies and are often averse to taking risks. As physicians, we are trained to carefully consider the risk-benefit ratio before making
Homes are selling faster in Erie than in any other city in America, according to a realtor.com article. Of the top five cities listed where homes are selling fastest, Erie is followed in order by Traverse City, Michigan; Youngstown, Ohio;
A US family has demanded an investigation after its patriarch reportedly died within days of having a stroke in his home and being found but left on the floor by a real estate agent who never called anyone for help.
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Recap: Three children and three adult staff members were killed Monday at Covenant School in one of Tennessee’s deadliest school shootings. Audrey Hale, 28, entered the school at about
David McDonald says buying his first home in the latter half of 2021 was stressful — though maybe not for the usual reasons.
Even though he was working with a Realtor he trusted, he didn’t like that he couldn’t speak
A proposed class-action lawsuit alleges that some of Canada’s largest brokerages and real-estate associations are engaged in price-fixing to inflate Realtor commissions.
Brokerages named in the lawsuit include ReMax, Century 21, and IproRealty Ltd., as well as the Canadian Real
The best way to use real estate depreciation is against ordinary income. These are the two ways to do it.
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Stepping into a leadership role at any time is an adjustment and doing so on the heels of a changing real estate landscape offers its own set of complications.
But Amy Layton, who took over as president of the Niagara