Is this a double-dip housing recession? When will values rise again?
Plenty of calculators around the Web are supposed to help you decide whether to rent or buy. There's only one problem: They probably won't help much.
Housing was looking good for a while but prices are falling again. One expert predicts they'll drop 8% more.
You'll have a bigger yard, but is that worth the tradeoffs of more noise, more grass, and more trash and other 'stuff' to pick up?
The Internet is smoking with discussion about whether to end all government interventions and let nature take its course.
You've been told that you never have to pay for these things, but let's examine the bottom line.
Buyers are pleased, though. And agents find ways to get their licks in.
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