When is the Housing Market’s Black Friday?

When you think about Black Friday, you likely envision the day after Thanksgiving. Tons of consumers head out to online and physical retailers to get a fantastic deal on their favorite products. If you are looking into the possibility of purchasing property to use as corporate housing, you might wonder if Black Friday exists for real estate. Unfortunately, that isn’t the case. The closest thing to Black Friday for real estate happens at the end of the summer when sellers are looking to get their home sold before autumn starts....

Is the housing market getting worse?

Last week, Fiserv(R) released its home price trends analysis report based on the Fiserv(R) Case-Shiller Indexes(R). Highlights from the report say things may (or will) get worse before they get better. Here are some findings: In Q2 of 2010, U.S. single-family home prices rose an average of 3.6 percent over the year-ago. The rise is due to strong price increases in high-priced markets like San Diego, Washington, D.C., and San Francisco. Despite the 3.6 percent gain, prices fell in 70 percent of the 384 U.S. metro areas compared to Q2 of last year. Some markets, like Detroit, Boise, Idaho,...

CHBO featured on The Today Show…

Turn your home into a revenue source Oct. 18: The Washington Post recently reported that the emotional and financial strain of the housing market has become so rough, it’s on par with divorce, and even death. TODAY’s Barbara Corcoran and psychologist Jeff Gardere explain how to lessen the burden and turn your house into a source of revenue. http://today.msnbc.msn.com/id/26184891/vp/27250745#27250745 Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy...