Monthly Archives: October 2011
Better than expected in September (the median forecast was a 300,000 seasonally adjusted annual rate). Results were mixed across regions.
DOW JONES NEWSWIRES U.S. home prices rose modestly in August from a month earlier on seasonal effects, representing the fifth straight monthly increase, according to the Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home-price indexes. The housing market has remained sluggish despite lower … Continue reading
Many folks today, particularly baby boomers are at a time in their lives where they are seriously considering making a change in their living circumstances. Those changes are being triggered by retirements or pending retirements from their careers, the empty … Continue reading
When you consider a Chartered Home, there are many reasons to choose the benefits of new construction vs. a resale property. Your new home will be built to the latest building codes, the latest technology and building materials. Plus, each … Continue reading