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Danielle Hale is Managing Director of Housing Research for THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
Candice Skinner is a REALTOR® and broker owner of Candice Skinner Real Estate in Leesville, and Deridder Louisiana. Candice is uniquely qualified to help military families with their real estate needs. She is married to a soldier in the U.S. Army who served in Afghanistan. Candice Skinner is a 2012 recipient of REALTOR® Magazine’s 30-under-30 awards.…which recognizes the top young real estate professionals across America.
It’s time for our Smart Home Technology Report – Cord Cutter Edition!
John Bell is with the Department of Veterans Affairs.
Matt Adams is Regional Manager for University Moving/North American Van Lines (SE Michigan). Matt has been in the industry for 36 years. And he has been recognized as the American Movers and Storage Association Agent of the Year.
We’re going to talk about something very important this weekend, and that is – flying the American flag at your own house – this Memorial Day weekend.
It’s a nice thing to do, one that shows you recognize the significance of the Memorial Day weekend…and the sacrifices that so many members of our military have made – for us. And flying the flag at home? That shows a lot about you. That you choose to let the world know that your home is an American Home. And you’re proud of that.
If you already have a flag flying from a great big mast at home, then you undoubtedly already know how to display the American Flag the right way. Sunrise to sunset, and at night IF you light it up with a spotlight. You take it down in bad weather, and always treat the flag with respect – never allowing it to touch the ground.
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Jessica Lautz is Managing Director, for Survey Research and Communications, at THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS®.
Joe Gladden is a REALTOR®, a retired Captain in the U.S. Navy Reserve, and currently the President of the brokerage, Veterans Realty Serving America, located in Northern Virginia.
A special segment on Real Estate Today, called ‘Real Knowledge! In which we talk to a top real estate professional, economist or journalist — and ask them a tough question – designed to help you have a complete understanding some of the most complex areas – of real estate.
Recently, 2016 NAR Vice President Sherri Meadows testified before the House about ways to help the VA Loan program and its military buyers be more competitive in today’s market. Bringing with her three decades of experience as a Realtor with the Meadows Team in Ocala Florida. Sherri also was the 2014 President of the Florida Association of REALTORS®.
Chris Birk is with Veterans United, one of the nation’s leading providers of home loans to veterans and active duty military personnel.
We wanted to make sure you know everything you can – about one of the biggest topics we’ve talked about today. And that is, the VA Loan.
So if you’re ready – it’s time for Real Estate Today’s VA Loan Quiz! Five true-or-false questions – designed to see whether you really get it – when it comes to VA Loans.
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- New Home Sales Soar in April
- MBA Head Sees Bright Picture for 2016 Housing Demand
- Fannie Mae: Housing is Improving
- Foreclosure Starts At Sixteen-Year Low
- HARP Refinances Top 3.4 Million With Six Months To Go
- MBA Forecasts Mortgage Rate Around 4% One More Year
- Now Your Smoke Alarm Can Send You a Text
- Floridians Suffer From ‘Hurricane Amnesia’
- Atlanta Neighborhood Eager for Baseball to Leave
- Housing Market Drives Strong Home Improvement Sales
- Housing Affordability Up Again in Q1
- Home Prices Up Sharply in March
- Military Service Members Are Active Homebuyers
- Indianapolis Market in High Gear
- Why Wait ’til The ‘For Sale’ Sign is Out? They Don’t, in Raleigh
- Denver’s Population Boom Outpaces New Housing
- D.C. Move May Clear the Way for More Tiny Houses
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