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December 2015

Found 4 blog entries for December 2015.

The U.S. has weathered The Great Recession and emerged victoriously. Americans are resilient and now it's paying off in a big way. Although the 2007-2010 housing market is characterized by deflated home values, an era of short sales and bank foreclosures, and negative equity, those who remained in their homes are now reaping the benefits of staying the course.

This month Realtor.com reported that total home sales next year are anticipated to reach the highest numbers since 2006. Sales of existing and new homes are also expected to reach 6 million for the first time since 2006. The pace of growth of existing home sales and prices is presumed to hold steady but remain strong overall. New home sales are foreseen to increase by 16

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Do you know the difference between a Craftsman home and a Contemporary? Does the term, Midcentury Modern baffle you? If you’re unsure of the exact style of your home or are interested in the history of US urban development, you’ll probably want to familiarize yourself with the top 8 home exterior styles and what defines them.

Midcentury Modern

Midcentury Modern architecture was most popular from 1945 to 1965. Midcentury Modern is a term used toward architectural, interior, and graphic design that loosely describes mid-20th-century developments. The architecture is defined by open space, flat planes and an abundance of large glass windows and was brought on by new materials from WWII. Steel and plywood created forward thinking about living

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