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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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