Monthly Archives: December 2016

Defensive homebuying in 2017: Can you future proof homebuying decisions?

As 2016 comes to a close, there is an uptick of activity on BostonBubble, a forum for homebuyers in Greater Boston that dates back to 2005. A self-described “lowly renter” is asking advice about homebuying in the New Year because

Posted in #REonTap, Bubble Hour, Buyer agent, Defensive Homebuying, Great Senior Sell-Off, Housing bubble, Housing forecasts, Real Estate Bubble, Seasonality, Timing the market

Castle Doctrine: Protecting real estate consumers in DysTrumpian era

2/2 @DSearls says protect privacy from #SmartHomes via digital #CastleDoctrine https://t.co/mAqWAZc4NF, collaborate w/ @CRTLabs? #CFAFS2016 — Bill Wendel (@RealEstateCafe) December 2, 2016   The Consumer Federation of America, an organization that includes 300 groups, just finished their annual Financial Services

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Posted in Buyer agent, Consumer protection, Defensive Homebuying, Designated Agency, Dual Agency Detective, Dump Dual Agency, RE2020, Real Estate Consumer Bill of Rights, RECALL: Real Estate Consumer Alliance, reVRM
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