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Monthly Archives: July 2018

    Economic Growth Moderates in Early 2018; Labor Market Continues to Be Strong

    By Andrew Depcrynski | July 31, 2018

    Revised estimates of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) in the first quarter of this year showed further deceleration—down to 2.0 percent from 2.9 percent in last year’s fourth quarter. However, conditions remain favorable for much stronger growth in the second quarter, backed by a narrowing trade deficit and upticks in business and consumer spending. We forecast... Read More

    Basics to Know About Homeowners’ Associations.

    By Annie Junker | July 26, 2018

    Written by: Neil Hodge, Sales Associate   When you purchase a condominium, townhouse or another type of property in a planned development such as a leased land property or a gated community, you are obligated to join that community’s homeowners’ association (HOA) and pay monthly or annual HOA fees for the maintenance of common areas and the building. If you are considering purchasing... Read More

    Museum District Market Update for June 2018

    By Andrew Depcrynski | July 9, 2018

    The Market was strong in the Museum District for the month of June once again. Eight properties are currently active on the market, thirteen homes are under contract and there were twelve closings over the month. Take a look below.   Read More

    Fan District Market Update for June 2018

    By Andrew Depcrynski | July 9, 2018

    Here are the latest market updates for the Fan District during the month of June. We currently have seventeen active homes for sale, eight properties under contract and a total of thirteen closed during this time period. The largest closing was at 1812 Monument Ave which sold for $1,538,500.   Read More