With Fewer Houses on the Market, Buyers Move Fast

Falling inventory in the housing market has led to hurried homebuyers, as buyers fear losing out, a new report from home and neighborhood finder Trulia.

Trulia’s Inventory and Price Watch takes quarterly look at the supply of starter, trade-up and premium homes on the market nationally and in…

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Renters, Renewing Your Lease is Cheaper than Moving

Renewing a lease instead of moving to a new apartment can mean major savings for renters, a new study from online real estate firm Zillow finds.

Those who moved in the past year paid an average of $3,946 more in 2015 on rent than renters who stayed in the…

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Get Your Air Conditioning a Tune-Up, Before the Hot Weather Hits

Summer, and its sweltering heat, are coming soon. Make sure your air conditioning system is ready.

Nicholson Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning of Massachusetts has put together some sage tips for preparing your air condition system:

Check your air filters. Many of the air conditioning system failures can be attributed…

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Mortgage Rates Do an About-Face

Mortgage rates started the year on a tear, continuing an upward trend that push them to highs not seen in years. There was one-party rule in Washington! A new president who wanted to spend a trillion on infrastructure! An aggressive Fed eager to push interest rates higher and higher…

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Americans Need an Extra $168 a Year to Keep Up with Rising Rents

Rents are rising fast, and Americans will need to devote more of their income to keep up in 2017, online real estate firm Zillow reports.

Zillow recently looked at the data, and found that U.S. renters would need a raise of about $168 a year in 2017 just to…

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