Useful Real Estate Web Sites
Here's a short list of some of the more useful real estate and real estate related sites on the web. When you click on any of the links below, you'll see the site you chose, along with a form at the bottom of your screen. Use it to get answers for any questions you might have about anything you find.
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GOVERNMENT REAL ESTATE RESOURCES
Try the US Census
FedStats.com, or the
Labor Statistics for useful information. The
site is full of resources. Don't forget
Freddie Mac, or
Mae. Get home buying tips from the
Federal Consumer Information Center.
Find your local
Chamber of Commerce or
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Shelter is a very basic human need which most people accommodate by renting or buying a house or apartment. Rental property is often less-than-perfect. Tenants usually experience a rent increase every year or so and feel somewhat at the mercy of the owner. They don't necessarily feel a strong commitment to the property or the community.
Making a decision to buy a house is a major commitment, and the decision has both economic and emotional implications. Instead of paying the landlord's mortgage every month, homeowners pay their own mortgage and build up equity in their investment. When they paint, plant flowers or make improvements, their family reaps the benefits of a more beautiful environment. Homeowners are much more selective than renters about finding the perfect home, and their sense of personal satisfaction heightens the pride of ownership.
What Newport, Rhode Island mansion was built as a birthday present and incorporates 500,000 cubic feet of white marble?
The Vanderbilt Marble House was constructed by railroad baron William K. Vanderbilt for his wife Alva, who later divorced him, remarried and moved into a mansion down the street.
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