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Real Estate on a Local, Regional and National Level

RISMEDIA, May 7, 2010aBy Paige Tepping-Todayas home buyers want numbers and current information in order to paint an accurate picture of the real estate market.

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Miami-Dade Pending Single-Family Home Sales Increase 7.5 Percent in One Month

Tax Credit and International Buyers Impact Local Market

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Home Prices Increase Slightly in January 2010

RISMEDIA, April 1, 2010a(MCT) By Alejandro Lazo aA national index of home prices rose unexpectedly in January 2010, with California cities posting strong gains, but some experts warned that the nationas struggling housing market could be headed for another dip.

The closely watched Standard & Pooras/Case-Shiller index of 20 metropolitan areas rose 0.3% from December on a seasonally adjusted basis. That marked eight consecutive months of home values improving or at least holding steady.

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Feb. existing-home sales ease with mixed conditions around the country

WASHINGTON a March 23, 2010 a Existing-home sales declined slightly in February, with modest gains in the Northeast and Midwest offset by softer sales in the South and West, according to the National Association of RealtorsA(R).

Existing-home sales, which are finalized transactions that include single-family, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops, slipped 0.6 percent nationally to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 5.02 million units in February from 5.05 million in January, but are 7.0 percent higher than the 4.69 million-unit pace in February 2009.

Lawrence Yun, NAR chief econom

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New home sales drop 2.2% in Feb. to new low

WASHINGTON (AP) a March 24, 2010 a Sales of new U.S. homes fell unexpectedly to the lowest level on record in February as stormy winter weather kept buyers on the sidelines. The weak results make clear the difficulties facing the housing industry as it tries to recover from the worst slump in decades.

The Commerce Department reported Wednesday that new home sales fell 2.2 percent last month to a seasonally adjusted annual sales pace of 308,000.

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Miami Existing Condominium Sales Spike 35 Percent

Prices Continue to Stabilize

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comScore Media Metrix Ranks Top-Growing Properties and Site Categories for February 2010

Valentineas Day Brings Traffic to Personals, e-Cards, and Gift Sites

Tax Sites Continue to Grow As Filing Deadline Gets Nearer

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Single-Family Starts Hold Firm in February 2010

RISMEDIA, March 18, 2010aThe pace of single-family home production remained virtually unchanged in February 2010, with a 0.6% decline to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 499,000 units, according to figures recently released by the U.S. Commerce Department. Meanwhile, a large decline on the more volatile multifamily side brought the overall number of housing starts down 5.9% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 575,000 units. 

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Pending Home Sales Down; Severe Weather Impacting Market

Pending home sales are down and additional declines are expected from abnormal weather conditions, according to the National Association of RealtorsA(R).

The Pending Home Sales Index,* a forward-looking indicator based on contracts signed in January, fell 7.6 percent to 90.4 from an upwardly revised 97.8 in December, but remains 12.3 percent higher than January 2009 when it was 80.5.

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Miami-Dade Pending Real Estate Sales Spike 9 Percent in One Month

Positive Effects of Tax Credit Evident