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Dona DeZube

has been writing about real estate for more than two decades. She lives in a suburban Baltimore Midcentury modest home on a 3-acre lot shared with possums, raccoons, foxes, a herd of deer, and her blue-tick hound. Follow Dona on Google+.


Pending Home Sales Dip in June

Tight credit and flat wage growth led to fewer homes going under contract in June 2014. Read More

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Number of Homes Under Contract Soars in May 2014

Inspired by lower mortgage rates and a better selection of homes for sale, homebuyers streamed into the market in May. Read More

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Existing-Home Sales Heat Up in May

May’s homebuyers had more homes to choose from, but they may have had to pay more to get the home they wanted, as prices rose 5.1% last month. Read More

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Under-Contract Homes Up Slightly in April as Buyers Find More Choice

With more sellers putting their homes on the market and interest rates dipping slightly, the number of homes contracted to sell rose slightly in April 2014. Read More

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Homebuyers Have More Properties to Choose From in April

Existing-home sales rose in April 2014 as more sellers put their homes on the market, giving buyers across the U.S. more options. Read More

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Home Price Increases Slow in Many U.S. Cities in First Quarter

The rate at which home prices are rising has slowed. That may not be great news for home sellers, but it sure helps homebuyers worried about affordability. Read More

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