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What do you think: Require 20% Down?
Friends, We pass this along to you in an effort to keep you informed. This article was forwarded to us this week from various sources, especially the Realtor Action Center. We’d love to hear from you. Comments are open for … Continue reading
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Market News: 2011 Real Estate Market Forecast
Posted in Bank-Owned, Buyers, Coeur d'Alene, Foreclosures, Idaho, Kootenai County, Lake Coeur d'Alene, Market News, New Construction, Pricing, Real Estate, Sandpoint, Sellers, Short Sale Tagged 1st Quarter, 2010, 2011, 4th Quarter, Adjustable Rate Mortgage, American Dream, ARM, Baby Boomers, Bad News, Coeur d'Alene Idaho, Construction, credit report, credit score, delinquent, down payment, downsize, fees, forecast, Foreclosure, Foreclosures, Fourth Quarter, Good News, Home Sales, Home Values, House, increase, insurance, Interest Rates, Inventory, investors, Kootenai County, Lending, Market News, Oetken, opportunity, premium, Real Estate, Real estate economics, Replacement Value, Sandpoint, Second Home Market, summer, Tax Credit, Toxic Mortgages, U.S. Housing Market, Under-Employment, Unemployment, Water View, Waterfront, winter, Year-Over-Year, Year-to-Date, YTD Comments Off on Market News: 2011 Real Estate Market Forecast