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2022 Florida Housing Now Most Expensive in the United States!

According to a recent CBS report, Florida is now the most expensive place to live in the U.S. This comes not long after research by ...

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Does the Rise in Foreclosures Signal Housing Market Crash?

Does the Recent Rise in Foreclosures Signal a Housing Market Crash Ahead?

Early this year, U.S. foreclosures skyrocketed. The number of foreclosure filings in January 2022 reached 23,204, which is up 29% from the previous month and ...

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Foreclosure Predictions for 2022: Could the Real Estate Market Be in for a Dose of Reality?

Let’s get that crystal ball out for one last dust down in 2021 and talk about foreclosure predictions for 2022. The 2021 real estate market ...

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2022 Goals That Every NewReal Estate Investor Should Set!

Let’s talk about goal setting for all you “newbies” out there who are considering buying a foreclosure, wholesale, or tax deed property in 2022. Where ...

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Florida Housing Market Predictions for 2022

When coming up with Florida housing market predictions for 2022, there are many factors that need to be considered. There are the regular factors of ...

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Will Omicron Sack International Investors that Might Flood the Market Now the Travel Ban is Lifted?

Update 11/29/21: Since we published our article, there has been a new and potentially threatening COVID variant Omicron originally detected in South Africa. We are now ...

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Why the Housing Market Will Crash in 2022

Why the Housing Market Will Crash in 2022

2021 has seen a significant increase in property prices due to many reasons that I explored in my previous article. Given the unexpected and rapid rise ...

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