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Boomers Aging In Place Are Pushing Average Home Tenure Up – The Mortgage Note

Older Americans are choosing to age in their current homes, driving average tenure up to more than a decade and keeping inventory tight for buyers. The typical homeowner spent 11.9 years in their current home, nearly double the 6.5-year average of two decades ago, according to a new report from Redfin. This isn’t the longest on record

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Are You Ready To Fall In Love With A Home? – The Mortgage Note

This Valentine’s Day, if you are ready to get off the sidelines and into the housing market, you are likely not alone in your quest to find a place you love. Potential buyers are coming out of the woodwork and touring homes, according to Redfin’s Homebuyer Demand Index, which measures requests for tours and other buying services

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Real Estate Cold Calling: Myths Debunked and Facts Revealed

In a world where everything seems to be digital, one might think that the age-old marketing tactic known as cold calling is diminishing. This belief holds particularly true for the Real Estate industry. The commonly held perception is that cold calling is intrusive, ineffective, and outdated. However, you might be surprised that even today, it

Homebuyers

Americans Willing To Think Outside The Box To Afford A Home – The Mortgage Note

Nearly 80% of potential buyers are willing to get creative when it comes to purchasing a home. A new survey from RE/MAX found that homebuyers burdened by unaffordable listings and high interest rates are willing to consider atypical options to buy a home in the next 12 months. Those options include purchasing a home two or more

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