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Why You Shouldn’t Breeze Past Homes That Are “Pending,” According to a Real Estate Agent

You’ve probably seen the “sale pending” sign in the front yard of a home on the market. But does this mean the home is no longer up for grabs?. Not exactly. Pending means that the seller has accepted an offer, but there are several things that can go wrong until the transaction is final. Although a pending sale falling through is somewhat rare, it doesn’t mean prospective buyers should skip past these homes.
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New Single-Family Home Sales Fall for the Fifth Time in Six Months – Robert Hughes

Sales of new single-family homes declined in June, falling 8.1 percent to 590,000 at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate from a 642,000 pace in May. The June fall was the fifth drop in the last six months, leaving sales down 29.7 percent from the December 2021 level, and down 43 percent from the August 2020 post-recession peak (see first chart).
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Where to Find Tiny Homes for Sale

Tiny homes are hot right now, but learn more about them before taking the plunge. They're much less expensive than traditional homes, but can be harder to finance. The web has many resources to help you find the right tiny home. Many people are jumping on the tiny living bandwagon...
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