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When Purchasing a Home in Cape Coral or Fort Myers, Make Sure You Get the Right Loan   When you are purchasing a home in Cape Coral or Fort Myers for the first time or for the tenth time, the last thing you want to do is fall victim to a predatory lender.  Failure to spot a dishonest or incompete...
Study:  Higher Home Prices Lead to More Sales In a bit of paradoxical logic, if home prices edge higher, the housing market will see higher home sales, according to a new paper by two senior economists with the Federal Reserve Bank in San Francisco.  The economists note that it’s not that the hig...
WHEN is a Title Defective? There are numerous possible causes of title defects that no examination can disclose. That is because they have never been recorded and do not appear in the search itself. A title insurance policy protects the owner against all these hidden risks; those listed here and...
Selling a Cape Coral or Fort Myers Home in 2014?  Here are some tips you might not have thought about.   Are you selling a home in Fort Myers or Cape Coral in 2014? You just may be, and if that’s the case there are a few tips you might not have thought about! Pick a realtor you can trust and foll...
What to Expect From Real Estate in 2014   More New Home Sales – When the housing market crashed home building slowed down tremendously.  With home building down there were fewer new homes on the market to choose from.  Now that the housing market is stabilizing, building is picking up again and t...
Important reasons to have Title Insurance There seems to be a question of whether it is important to have title insurance and is is really necessary? Some may wonder if they really need to purchase the title insurance as it is an added expense after the purchasing of the home itself, home insuran...
The bad news is that rates will inch up.  The good news is not significantly enough to substantially affect the market, according to market watchers.  Mortgage rates will likely rise above five percent this year and average 5.3 percent by the end of 2015, according to the Mortgage Bankers Associa...
No Bubble on the Horizon Nobel Prize-winning economist Robert Shiller says that, despite rising home prices, he does not see a national real estate bubble building. “I define a bubble as a time when people have extravagant expectations, and the expectations are driving home price increases,” Shil...

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