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Tips For Getting Your Home Sold In The Winter

So you've decided to list your home this winter. Perhaps you've had a job change, need to relocate out of the area, or have financial or family reasons for moving. No matter what is driving the move, you may be concerned about selling at this time of year. But just because you missed the boat on the spring selling season doesn't mean you can't get your home sold quickly, and for a profit. A few tips can help get it moving.

Prices Level Off in Los Angeles, But Market Remains Healthy

"Luxury home prices in Los Angeles are leveling off after several quarters of strong price growth, according to a report Thursday."   https://www.mansionglobal.com/articles/78467-prices-level-off-in-los-angeles-but-market-remains-healthy

Here’s what quantitative un-easing could mean for the housing market

At its September meeting, the Federal Open Markets Committee announced it will begin reducing its $4.5 trillion portfolio of bonds purchased during the global financial crisis, as soon as October of this year. This quantitative un-easing could have major consequences to the housing market as nearly 40% of the portfolio is made up of mortgage-backed securities that the Federal Reserve started buying in 2009, according to a blog from Mark Fleming, First American Financial Corp. chief economist. Please continue article below! https://www.housingwire.com/articles/41353-heres-what-quantitative-un-easing-could-mean-for-the-housing-market

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