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Mortgage rates get close to the yearly high of 7.49%

Housing Wire

Mortgage rates shot up last week after a hawkish Federal Reserve meeting, even though they didn’t raise rates. In addition, jobless claims data had another solid print, showing that the labor market hasn’t broken yet, which led to more selling of the 10-year yield. Mortgage rates did find some relief on Friday as bond yields headed lower. On housing inventory , new listings data saw a small decline last week, but active listings grew at a healthy clip.

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Revolutionizing Real Estate: Unveiling the Future with 6 Exciting Proptech Trends

Realty Biz

If you are here, let's talk about something that's totally shaking up the real estate scene – proptech solutions from Otakoyi and other real estate software development companies. It's this blend of property and technology that's turning the whole industry upside down, from the way we buy and sell to how we find the perfect place to rent. It's like a tech storm that's making us all wonder: where's real estate headed next?


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Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: A Cypress Hills Standalone, a Crown Heights Row House


The most popular listings on Brownstoner this week include a Windsor Terrace row house, a Gowanus wood frame, and a Park Slope manse. Park Slope was popular this week with other listings dotted around the borough. The least expensive property on the list is a Cypress Hills house at $750,000 and… Read More > The post Top 10 Brooklyn Real Estate Listings: A Cypress Hills Standalone, a Crown Heights Row House appeared first on Brownstoner.

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Why buyers are waiting to act — and how to help them move forward

Real Estate News

The latest installment of Zillow's annual trends report offers insights into prospective buyers' needs and motivations, and how agents can add value.

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Need Curated Pre-foreclosure Lists to Generate New Real Estate Leads? Trellis Has the Data!

Trellis is a state trial court research and analytics platform that provides Real Estate Professionals (Buyers, Foreclosure, Loan Modification, etc.) with LEADS on Pre-Foreclosures, Lis Pendes, Distressed Assets and more — to help uncover **new** opportunities and grow their business. The process is quick and easy — and all in real time. Trellis will supply you with a link to the relevant dockets, a Leads sheet and access to its UI where applicable.

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Cash-Out Refinance vs. HELOC: What’s the Difference?

Bigger Pockets

If you've built equity in your properties, you may be eligible to cash it out. We'll explain if a cash out refinance or HELOC is right for you.

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How the Hotel vs. Airbnb Battle Completely Flipped

Bigger Pockets

The hotel vs. Airbnb battle may have just completely flipped. Post-pandemic, it seemed as if short-term rentals were the only places worth staying when traveling.

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Lease with an Option to Buy: Everything You Need to Know

Marco Santarelli

A lease with an option to buy , also known as a lease-purchase agreement or rent-to-own agreement, is a contract that provides a unique opportunity for a renter to potentially purchase the property they are currently renting at the conclusion of the lease term. This arrangement involves specific terms and conditions that outline the process and requirements for potential property ownership.

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How to Conquer Financial Trauma & Develop a HEALTHY Relationship with Money

Bigger Pockets

Financial trauma is an extremely common roadblock on the journey to financial freedom.