Twas’ the week of Christmas and all through our house. Creatures are still stirring as work is about. The stockings are hung by the artificial fireplace with care in the hopes that something tasty and chocolate will be stuffed in there. While we all wish we were still nestled in bed, here’s your weekly dose of real estate headlines to run through your head.
This story deserves coal in its stocking: Expect Higher Mortgage Rates in 2014.
Santa Claus came early for Rob Lowe as he found a buyer for his luxurious $42 million home in Montecito, CA.
Got mega millions like Ebenezer Scrooge? This article recommends buying real estate and not stocks, bonds or gold.
There are no turtle doves or lords a leaping in this list, but Home Buyer Nation has 32 mortgage experts reveal tips for first time buyers.
You may not believe it, but more people will be saying I’ll Be Home for Christmas in Namibia. Yes, Namibia. It’s probably the hottest real estate market you’ve never heard of.
Keep that Yule log burning all Christmas long with these 10 steps to keep home fires burning safely.
Here’s a story on how some investors who jumped on the “Rental Revolution” are having a happy holiday this year.
Have you seen our resident elf sharing his last minute home Christmas tips? #TooCute.
And finally, the Grinch-esque movie this Christmas season is “Wolf of Wall Street” and the penthouse featured in the film is on the market for just under $7 million.
Via: Coldwell Banker Blog