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Homeownership: A Few Stats and Quotes




Homeownership: A Few Stats and Quotes | Keeping Current Matters

2014 American Express Spending & Saving Tracker

“About two-thirds (65%) of homeowners say they are confident they would get the asking price for their home if they were to put it on the market today (up from 40% in 2010).”

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Unleashing the Power of Your Personal Brand | Free Webinar




Free Webinar | Unleashing the Power of Your Personal Brand | Keeping Current Matters

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13,836 Home Sell Every Day in the United States! [INFOGRAPHIC]




NAR's August Existing Home Sales Report [INFOGRAPHIC] | Keeping Current Matters

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Gallup Poll: Real Estate “Heading in the Right Direction”




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In a recent Gallup poll, Americans were asked to rate 24 different business sectors and industries on a five-point scale ranging from "very positive" to "very negative." The poll was first conducted in 2001, and has been used as an indicator of “Americans’ overall attitudes toward each industry”.

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What You Don't Know About Your Credit Score... Could Cost You!




What You Don't Know About Your Credit Score Could Cost You! | Keeping Current Matters

Today we are excited to have Nabil Captan as our guest blogger. Nabil is a nationally recognized credit scoring expert, educator, author and producer. In today’s post, he explains how what you don’t know about your credit score could end up costing you. Enjoy! – The KCM Crew

Informed consumers considering a home purchase today want to do the right thing and plan ahead. Many do not seek immediate professional guidance from a Realtor or a mortgage loan officer. Instead, they hunt for hours online, looking at numerous websites for available homes for sale. They also consult websites to find the best interest rate and terms for future monthly mortgage payments. Many consumers feel betrayed, cheated and at times embarrassed to learn that the credit scores they counted on, to get that specific interest rate for their loan, are not used by mortgage lenders.

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