Filter Drop Down Options

The search options available in the filter drop down menu.

Choose owner occupied, non-owner occupied or any. Occupancy status, occupied, vacant or any. In quick list choices, there are several options to choose from to narrow down results quickly.

The tired landlord option is going to filter for investment properties that have been owned for 15 or more years.

Zombie properties are properties currently in pre-foreclosure and identified as being vacant by the US Postal Service.

Property characteristics with all of the property classifications to choose from, property types with a long list of options, as well as bedroom, bathroom, square footage, year built, home features.

In the MLS Status area, search by keyword, on or off market, listing date, and the listing status, the number of days on market, listing amount.

Then pre-foreclosure and bank-owned properties. All of the status options including the option to exclude foreclosures, recording date range, auction information, pre-foreclosure release date, and the default amount.

In ownership info, search by years of ownership, the type of owner, last sale date and price, the number of properties owned, tax-exemption status, the location of an absentee owner, and inter family transfer.

In the lien, bankruptcy, and divorce status section, filter by whether the property has any of these situations, specific lien types, quick suppress status, recording dates.

Valuation and equity info: filter by an estimated value range or rental income range, growth percentages and the time frame of the growth. Estimated equity percentage, loan to value ranges, assessed total or improvement value, and assessed land value.

The mortgage information area allows sorting of properties by the number of open mortgages or their remaining balances. Loan to current value ranges. Include or exclude cash buyer, free & clear properties, or seller carry back.

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American Homes USA – Realtor en la Florida, EEUU

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Minneapolis, MN Real Estate and Housing Stats – by

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Minneapolis ranks as the 49th most populous metropolitan area in the United States. According the National Association of Realtors, Minneapolis’s average home price in 2007 is $227,100. In 2005, the US Census Beaurea told us that the average houshold income for the state of Minnesota is $52,024. Minneapolis is subject to MN’s 11.5% tax rate, which ranks as the 12th most taxed state in the union.

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Dyman Real Estate: Houston real estate market zooms into record territory

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HOUSTON 2 The Houston real estate market ended 2013 as it began – in the fast lane. Surging home sales throughout greater Houston were largely driven by the addition of more than 86,000 jobs that drew buyers and renters from all around the country and world. December marked the 31st straight month of positive home sales and was a month in which prices again rose and housing inventory shrunk to new record lows.

According to the latest monthly data prepared by the Houston Association of Realtors, December single-family home sales increased 14.3 percent versus December 2012. Contracts closed on 5,813 homes, driving inventory down to 2.6 months supply, the lowest level of all time.

All housing segments saw gains in December except for the low end of the market – those homes priced at $80,000 and below. Homes priced from $250,000 and above registered the highest sales volume and accounted for another hike in prices.

“The Houston housing market had its best year on record in 2013, and those of us who work in real estate have never been busier,” said HAR Chair Chaille Ralph, with Heritage Texas Properties. “Stewart Title Chief Economist and former HAR Chairman Dr. Ted C. Jones forecasts positive sales to continue in the new year, but at a slower pace. He anticipates about a 5 percent increase in home sales and a 6 percent gain in pricing. However, all that hinges on having homes to sell, and the local inventory is running extremely low.”

The single-family home average price rose 10.3 percent year-over-year to $265,017, while the median price – the figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for less – rose 10.9 percent to $188,500. Both figures represent historic highs for a December in Houston.

Sales of foreclosure properties continued their yearlong decline, falling 48.8 percent compared to December 2012, according to the HAR Multiple Listing Service. Foreclosures currently make up 6.5 percent of all property sales reported through the MLS, one-third of the share they comprised at the beginning of 2013. The median price of December foreclosures increased 8.3 percent to $91,000.

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