Friday, July 17, 2015

FRIDAY - LISTENING TO THE CLOUDS RUB AGAINST THE SKY



- 10 Ways to Make Your Place Feel More Spacious
- Look Back at Real Estate Market Shows That Timing Matters
- Apple might be soon taking a bite of San Jose.
- Tech companies, real estate market may feel jolt of China's dropping stock market
- 4 Ways To Screen Your Landlord Before Signing A Lease
- What a rate hike may mean for housing
- 8 Ways to Create a Neighborly Front Yard

Enjoy!


Look Back at Real Estate Market Shows That Timing Matters - Currently, homebuyers can break even on a home purchase in two years or less in 23 of the top 35 housing markets. The national average is 1.9 years.

Apple might be soon taking a bite of San Jose - The company, which hasn't had an office in the city since the late 1980s, has reportedly signed a lease for the 300,000-square-foot 101 Tech campus in north San Jose. The building was previously used by Amtel and now owned by Ellis Partners real estate firm.


Tech companies, real estate market may feel jolt of China's dropping stock market - Any slowdown in China would be unwelcome, said Jimmy Goodrich, vice president for global policy at the Semiconductor Industry Association. But he said the Chinese government has major plans for growing consumer consumption and major tech sectors. "The trend lines are all pretty positive," he said.

4 Ways To Screen Your Landlord Before Signing A Lease - While as a tenant, it's standard procedure for you to provide the landlord with references, work history, banking information, even your Social Security number, did you know that you also need to do your own background check before you hand over those personal information and signing the lease?

What a rate hike may mean for housing - Now that the economy has improved and unemployment is at a nine-year low, economists expect the Fed to raise the key rate as early as September. The biggest question when that happens is how it will affect the housing market.

8 Ways to Create a Neighborly Front Yard - Foster community spirit by setting up your front porch, paths and yard for social interaction. Some of my favorites:



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