Monday, July 26, 2010

Time To Buy West Palm Beach Homes?

West Palm Beach, Florida - It appeasr now is the time to find West Palm Beach Housing Deals. In this troubled market some Investors have given up hope. They are more willing to look at deals and possibly offer Owner financing.
If you are trading up, what better time than when interest rates are at record lows and the cost of the trade-up is much less than it used to be.

Considering we have 15-year fixed-rate mortgages at about 4.5 percent, it also makes sense to pay off the mortgage and keep the house.

At this point, most investment products are not giving remarkable returns so West Palm Beach Real Estate is still have obvious choice.

Commercial Real Estate Sources are available here.

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Tuesday, July 20, 2010

Smaller West Palm Beach Homes Okay for Generation Y?

West Palm Beach, Florida - West Palm Beach Homes in the past have been large and historically well designed. However it appears Real Estate Developers are thinking small in an effort to keep prices low and satisfy Generation Y buyers. Many Generation Y Home Buyers are more concerned about location than they are about spacious accommodations.
Compare Condos for sale in San Francisco. San Francisco has a number of complexes where units range from 250 to only 350 square feet. In Vancouver, British Columbia, there is a “micro-loft” building where apartments are 270 square feet.
Some Real Estate Developers are under the impression that for Gen Y, the home is a place to live out of, not to live in.

Real Estate Financing Still Available

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Friday, July 16, 2010

Commercial Real Estate Turnaround Likely Next Year

West Palm Beach, Florida - We have some Commercial Real Estate News for today.
Vacancies are still increasing in many parts of the U.S. and new commercial construction will be sparse this year, Kermit Baker, chief economist for the American Institute of Architects said Wednesday.

It is apparent that there are a number of factors at play that are contributing to one of the steepest construction downturns in in over 50 years.
Many businesses are nervous about expanding their facilities, a fragile financial sector, excess commercial space, and general unease in the international economy. It would have to help if this administration was more pro-business to help ease fears.

Some economists are predicting a demand for retail, hotels, healthcare, and recreation facilities could result in a turnaround for Commercial Real Estate, in 2011.

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