Shadow Inventory: What is it, and should I be worried about it?

by David Howell on September 9, 2011

The term “shadow inventory” refers to “distressed” homes that are not yet on the market. In essence, these properties are “lurking in the shadows.”  Generally speaking, these are homes where the homeowner is seriously behind on their mortgage payments or owes more on their home than...

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by Kyle Rees on 08/12/2011

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Updated Temporary Loan Limit Decrease

by Don Frutchey on 07/27/2011

Beginning with loans locked on or after October 1st, the temporary conforming limit for the DC Metro area will be reduced...

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All May Park, All Must Pay: Re-thinking America's Car...

by Kyle Rees on 07/21/2011

For those of you who still get it, you get it. In this weekend’s Real Estate section of The Washington Post, Roger K. Lewis...

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Why does initial pricing matter?

by David Howell on 07/13/2011

One of the biggest challenges any agent faces in today’s market environment is advising their seller client on the “right”...

Why does initial pricing matter?

Do Zillow and similar sites provide reliable home value...

by David Howell on 07/13/2011

Zillow, HomeGain and others have their own, unique automated valuation models – AVMs for short – that purport...

Do Zillow and similar sites provide...