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    Published 9 December 2019 Prior to the Great Depression of the 1930s, obtaining a mortgage was a challenging task. Down payments were typically 50 percent of the purchase price, loan terms seldom exceeded 10 years, and balloon payments were the order of the day. It wasn’t until the passage of the Federal Home Loan Bank

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    Published 2 December 2019 The National Association of Realtors publishes numerous surveys and studies each year. One of the more interesting is the annual Profile of Home Buyers and Sellers. The survey details the buying and selling experiences of thousands of home buyers and sellers who purchased or sold a home during a given year.

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    Published 25 November 2019 Most people are aware that the spring and summer months are considered the “high season” for real estate sales. In most areas of the country, sales begin trending upward in April and May and remain brisk well into the summer months. The scenario isn’t much different here in Las Cruces. Warm

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    Published 16 November 2019 LAS CRUCES – Determining how much home you can buy before hopping into the car and embarking on loan and house shopping sprees is a very good idea. In addition to uncovering the extent of your buying power, you’ll learn enough about the qualifying process to successfully negotiate with lenders for

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    Published 9 November 2019 According to a Nov. 5 report from the Las Cruces Association of Realtors, the 224 sales of new and existing homes, townhomes and condominiums booked in October set an all-time record for homes sold during that month. The previous record for October sales took place in 2017, when 180 properties changed

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    Published 2 November 2019 When’s the last time your lights went out? Or your gas? Or your water? We’ve all been there at one time or another. Some interruptions last just a few minutes; some last hours. In not-so-rare instances, large swaths of populations can be inconvenienced for days, weeks or even months. Take for

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