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Segments For September 29th 2018

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Top News Of The Week

- Hurricane Florence Sparks Insurance Nightmare
- Tiny Home Trend: A Skoolie
- Mortgage Fraud Is on the Rise
- Single-family Home Rental Market Continues to Boom
- Survey Reveals What Americans’ Ideal Home Looks Like
- Buyers Are Bringing More Money on a Home Purchase
- Blame Labor Shortages for Higher New-Home Price Tags
- A Wall That Can Monitor Your Health
- Mobile Homes, Traditional Homes Appreciating at Nearly Same Rates
- When Is It OK to Tap Your Home Equity?
- Luxury Market Is Climbing to New Records

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Condo Parking Spots!

We’re going to wrap up “Your New Condo,” with a quick talk about something really important – where to park your car!

Now sure, some people who live in condos don’t have a car…and don’t want a car. Sometimes the whole reason they buy a condo, is to be able to walk everywhere they go. Or take mass transit. A car is the last thing they want.

But plenty of people who live in condos do have a car – and for you? Let’s talk parking.

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Condos, Co-ops and Apartments

We’re going to wrap up with a quick talk about something that looks just like a condo, from the building, to the floorplans to the neighbors down the hall. But – it ISN’T a condo. It’s a co-op. And there’s a big difference.

Fact is, in many of the nation’s biggest cities, when you talk to a REALTOR® about seeing some condos for sale, they might ask you if you’re also interested in seeing co-ops… It’s a really good question. Because there’s a big difference.

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Segments For September 22nd 2018

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THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
HouseLogic.com
REALTOR®.com
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Top News Of The Week

- Many Homes Are Not Insured Enough in Florence’s Path
- Is It or Isn’t It a Housing Bubble?
- Learning the Ancestry of Your Home: There’s a Person For That
- Homeowners Have More Tappable Equity Ever in History
- Millennials Marrying Later Could Be Good for Housing
- The First Step in a House Hunt Is Not Looking at Homes
- Report: Rental Fraud Is on the Rise
- A Home That Could Increase Your Lifespan?
- Real Estate Professionals Up Their Safety Protocols
- Solar Panels May Be Getting a Makeover
- Local Governments Buy Up Ailing Malls
- Study: Minority Neighborhoods See Biggest Gains in Home Equity
- Bill Would Give Self-Employed Easier Time Getting a Mortgage
- LGBT Couples Are Buying Up More Homes
- Seniors Weigh Property Tax Deferrals to Stay in Homes Longer

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Hurricane Relief

We are back with our special, “The Fall Market.” An in-depth look at exactly what to expect in the next 3 months if you’re buying or selling real estate in America.

But of course this fall, like in so many autumn seasons in past years, the real estate market will be very different. Because for hundreds of thousands of homeowners, the upcoming season will be all about getting their lives, their families and their homes back on track, after the devastating hit, but Hurricane Florence.

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Favorite Time of Year

We’re going to wrap up today’s show on The Fall Market – with a question. Why is fall – the favorite season of so many people?

And i’m especially talking about people who are homeowners. Just go ahead and ask a few friends – chances are someone will say yes – fall is their favorite season of all.

So let’s look at why that is.

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Segments For September 15th 2018

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THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®
HouseLogic.com
REALTOR®.com
REALTOR®.com Real Estate Apps

Top News Of The Week

- A ‘Starbucks-Effect’ on Home Prices?
- Super Termites Are Eating Up Homes
- Top Towns for an ‘Affordable’ Retirement
- The Growth of Two Homes in One
- Detroit Buyers Mostly Pay Cash for Homes
- Seniors Consider Property Tax Deferrals to Stay in Homes Longer
- Gen Z May May Be Serious Competition for Millennials in Housing
- Non-Banks Are the New Mortgage Kings
- This Commercial Giant Says Shopping Malls Aren’t Dead
- The Home’s Yard Is Costing Buyers More
- Homeownership Lags for Black, Latino Millennials
- Would the White House Pass a Home Inspection?

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Closing Costs

Back with our special “Show Me the Money!” All about your money, your real estate – and you!

We’re going to wrap up this hour of the show with a little talk about buying a house.

You know, when people talk about getting ready to buy, they often head – well, you can get a good mortgage with just 3% down.

And that’s true. But – that’s not the end of the story. Because if you have a 3% down payment saved up, but nothing else? You probably won’t get the house. Because to qualify for the home loan, yes, you’ll need that down payment, but also, money for two other things – closing costs, and reserves. As in, money in the bank.

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The Summary Sheet!!!

Back now with our special “Show Me the Money!” An in-depth look owning a home of your own – and, how to pay for it!

And we’re going to wrap up today’s show with a quick recap of what you’ll need to buy a home….and how to get it. OK?

Now let’s start low, and build up.

First, if you qualify for a VA loan – they allow a zero down payment. If you are a veteran or an active duty service member, you need to know that.

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