Interesting New York Times’s piece, written by Sendhhil Mullainathan. Apparently people tend to think in percentages, not absolute numbers, when bookkeeping their personal finances; however the author reveals that “poorer people tend to value a dollar more consistently, irrespective of the context [than rich people do.]” How to Pinch Pennies in the Right Places Economic View By SENDHIL […]
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Now is an excellent time to buy real estate, with elections drawing near; with the expansions of several Universities and Graduate Schools; and with mortgage rates ebbing lower and lower, than what has already been recorded as historically-low. As the White House fills up, we should expect to see a tide of new renters, buyers and […]
Laura Kusisto, with The Wall Street Journal, writes an insightful article about how Britain’s decision to leave the EU, may lower the already historically low mortgage rates. We have already seen rates as low as 3.5%, since the vote Brexit has caused uncertainty in the European market, causing investors to bank out of many stock options and to […]
Long and Foster Christie’s International Real Estate launches new website that provides valued customers and agents, with a unique experience for finding the perfect home. www.LongandFoster.com *8/2/16* I just learned that company first launched website in 1995, only five years after the dawn of the internet (circa. 1990). #Avant-Garde #Pioneering — See timeline video (music on point!): http://www.extraordinaryproperties.com/
Washington Post columnist, Michael Lerner, writes an insightful report titled, “Spring started early for D.C. housing market.” This text paints an inviting picture for #NewHomeBuyers who are looking to purchase fee simple townhomes in Washington D.C; he adds insight to those searching for a condo alternative; lastly, he identifies the most typical price ranges as $300-400k and $600-800k. Spring […]