Useful Real Estate Web Sites
Here's a short list of some of the more useful real estate and real estate related sites on the web.
When you click on any of the links below, you'll see the site you chose, along with a form at the bottom of your screen. Use it to get answers for any questions you might have about anything you find.
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GOVERNMENT REAL ESTATE RESOURCES
Try the US Census
FedStats.com, or the
Labor Statistics for useful information. The
site is full of resources. Don't forget
Freddie Mac, or
Mae. Get home buying tips from the
Federal Consumer Information Center.
Find your local
Chamber of Commerce or
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First Time Buyers >A Matter of Timing
Buying real estate can sometimes involve tricky timing. For example, you may have found the perfect house and are thinking about making an offer, but are feeling pressured to make a decision just when you want time to consider the matter. The agent tells you that another party is thinking about making an offer, so you shouldn't hesitate if you really want the house. What should you do? Trust your agent!
It is natural to feel some pressure from even the most easy-going real estate agent--and some uncertainty about making an offer. If you really like a house, there is always the possibility that someone else will share your enthusiasm for it. Whether your local market is active or sluggish, it is sensible to assume that another offer is likely to come in. Perhaps you can afford to "sleep on it", but moving as quickly as possible will minimize the possibility that the house will go to another buyer.
In what area of the United States did the price of existing homes increase most dramatically in 2005?
Phoenix, Arizona real estate recorded a 55.2 percent increase in home prices during 2005.
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