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Entries from October 30th, 2009

Springfield real estate market news

October 30th, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate Markets

The Springfield real estate market is in negative territory compared to pre-market conditions, but it is not far removed from the general state of the Illinois economy. There are a series of problems involving foreclosures, although there have been a series of community reactions throughout the capital of Illinois. One of these efforts was noted […]

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Baltimore real estate market news

October 29th, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate Markets

The Baltimore real estate market is sending mixed messages lately, with home prices and home sales picking up, while foreclosures are remarkably higher than usual. According to an October 14, 2009 article in the Maryland Daily Record, the rate of foreclosures in Maryland in general is the highest in about four years. The piece, composed […]

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Kansas City real estate market update

October 28th, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate Markets

The Kansas City real estate market has been generally edging upwards, although there have been some temporary relapses in recent months. A good overall perspective is provided by a Kansas City Business Journal article released on October 19, 2009. The piece found that “The Kansas City-area¬† home market showed improvement, albeit slight, in September compared […]

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Nashville real estate news

October 27th, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate Markets

The Nashville real estate market is considerably stronger than the rest of that of the state of Tennessee, which is in turn slightly above average for the southern portion of the United States. This is partially due to the location of Nashville in eastern Tennessee, which in general has fared better than the western and […]

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Mission Viejo real estate news

October 27th, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate Markets

Real estate in Mission Viejo is almost exclusively residential, although it does have a smattering of commercial sites which are mostly strip malls and shopping centers. This seeming lack of diversity in building type is largely due to the origins and continuing legacy of Mission Viejo as one of the largest master-planned communities in Orange […]

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Columbus real estate update

October 26th, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate, Real Estate Markets

The Columbus real estate market has been serious enough to cause strong reactions from the state and federal governments. Overall, Columbus’s rate of decline has been largely driven by unexciting figures regarding home sales, home prices, and foreclosures. According to an October 19, 2009 article in the Columbus Dispatch, condo sales in Columbus may potentially […]

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New Haven real estate news

October 25th, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate, Real Estate Markets

The New Haven real estate market seems to be recovering to a certain extent from the nationwide recession that devastated the entire country starting more than a year ago. This is a positive development, because foreclosures have been a mounting problem among others throughout the entirety of Connecticut.¬† According to an October 11, 2009 article […]

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Sea Coast real estate updates

October 25th, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate, Real Estate Markets

The Sea Coast real estate market, found in the coastal portion of New Hampshire, is heavily influenced by the real estate market of the rest of New Hampshire, given the state’s small population and small physical size. The primary difference between the two markets is that Sea Coast properties tend to have higher prices than […]

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North Virginia real estate update

October 24th, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate, Real Estate Markets

The North Virginia real estate market is closely related to the highs and lows of the larger, DC area market. In fact, the suburban portions of North Virginia and the numerous “edge cities” of the region represent the largest segment of the DC region, as far as demographers are concerned. There has been something of […]

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Bradenton real estate market update

October 23rd, 2009 · No Comments · Real Estate Markets

The Bradenton real estate market is located physically close to the cities of Sarasota and Tampa Bay, which also means that the three markets are rather closely related. There are a number of community and city foreclosure workshops which seek to improve the chances of persons who might be faced with foreclosure in the Bradenton […]

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