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Is Now a Great Time To Sell Your Home?

Fall Home Sales As thoughts turn to the holidays, college football, and leaves accumulating in the yard, your family may be wondering if now is time to sell your home. You may recieve a lot of advice, recommending that you wait until Spring. Job relocations, financial concerns, or other circumstances may Read More

Has the Millennial Homebuying Wave Arrived?

Home builder sentiment posted a strong score of 63 on the Wells Fargo/NAHB’s Sentiment Index for October. This was a two-point slip compared to September, but September was a five-point surge over August. The bottom line is that builders remain overwhelmingly optimistic, and they are even more optimistic about future Read More

Change Money Behaviors with Three Flow System Forces

At a recent workshop sponsored by the Center for Action and Contemplation, I was introduced to a principle that could be a helpful way to frame and change hurtful money behaviors. It’s based on the work of Adrian Bejan, a professor of mechanical engineering at Duke University, whose Constructal Law Read More

What the Presidential Election Means for Housing, Historically and Today

From now until November, the one topic on everyone’s mind nationwide is the impending presidential election. This election in particular remains extremely divisive, with seemingly unprecedented amounts of animosity and rhetoric being bandied about on both sides of the aisles. But does this political contest have an impact on real Read More