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bank__olegdoroshin_450zillow.com - Getting pre-approved for a mortgage gets you one important step closer to securing the home you love. Pre-approval shows sellers and real estate agents that you are a serious buyer, it proves you are credit-worthy and in competitive markets, it helps you to move fast on the house you want. Many times, sellers will not even engage with a buyer if they are not pre-approved.

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houseinhand_voronin_450realtor.com - The polar vortex is proving to be no sweat for home buyers, according to the latest National Housing Trend Report from realtor.com®.

Despite severe winter weather conditions across the nation, the 2014 home buying season got off to a good start with a year-over-year increase in inventory and sustained growth in home prices.

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househill_sellingpix_450In a perfect world, every buyer could afford the house of their dreams in a neighborhood they adore. In reality, most buyers need to compromise on something when they buy a home, particularly their first home.

A REALTOR® can give you expert advice on home values and often can show you homes in communities that you didn’t know about or that you hadn’t considered. In the end, though, you need to set your priorities so you can decide which home to buy.

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interest__max5128_450realtor.com - As we rang in the New Year, the 30-year fixed average inched up for the third consecutive week, going above the 4.5 percent threshold for the first time since mid-September. Previously at 4.48 percent, the average rate on a 30-year loan is now trending at 4.53 percent, according to the latest survey from mortgage buyer Freddie Mac. The current rate reflects an increase of 1.19 percentage points from where it stood a year ago, at 3.34 percent.

The average on a 15-year fixed-rate mortgage also saw a slight uptick, climbing from 3.52 percent to 3.55 percent over the last week. A year ago, it averaged 2.64 percent. Similarly to the 30-year fixed-rate average, the average on the 15-year fixed-rate loan stayed consistently below the 3.5 percent

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inman.com - One in 3 buyers are willing to bid higher than a home’s asking price, according to a survey conducted by Trulia in partnership with Harris Interactive.

That was just one of several other findings of the survey that appear to show that homebuyers are feeling the squeeze of market conditions that are significantly altered from those of a year ago. At the same time, they capture improved sentiment towards the housing market.

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