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Real Estate News from Around the Web: September 2009

Real estate news – something is always buzzing, isn’t it? Whether data about existing home sales or clearing-up the $8,000 tax credit for home buyers, you can click on any news site any day and get another story. ¬†Each month, we’ll bring you an end-of month recap on the highlights of the news that’s making headline across real estate. This is the news that matters most to our clients and we hope you’ll find the fact that we’re voracious readers useful!

Tips for Home Buyers Racing for Tax Credit – Marketwatch.com
How to put timing on your side is you’re trying to take advantage of the first-time home buyer tax credit this year.

Has Housing Bottomed and Restarted? -Yahoo! News
Some say we haven’t hit bottom, but other attest we’re already on the way up. What’s going on with the real estate market?

Home Loan Demand Hists Highest Since Late May – MSNBC.com
Falling interest rates have folks lining up for refinances as well as new home purchases. Historic lows prompt more applications.

Despite 2.7% Monthly Dip, Home Sales Remain Up from 2008: NAR – Housingwire.com
While sales may be down from last month, the U.S. is still up 3.4% from August 2008. Positive news.

What the “housing rebound” means for you – MSN Money
Want to capitalize on current market conditions? Some great tips from MSN money on how to get the most bang for your buck in today’s real estate marketplace.

If you have an idea for a monthly feature you’d like to see on the blog – contact us! We always love hearing from our readers and neighbors.

The Staff at San Juan Realty, Inc.

SJR September 24 2009

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