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Real Estate Market Updates

Worst is over for real estate?

by Rodney Forbes on April 30, 2009

After deteriorating relentlessly for nearly three years, the much-watched S&P/Case-Shiller Index showed a brief glimmer that plummeting home prices are at least slowing their fall. Prices are still plunging: Home prices in 20 major cities across the country have fallen 18.6% between February of this year and last, according to the index released Tuesday. That […]

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Slowing recession good for real estate market

by Rodney Forbes on April 30, 2009

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday said it see signs the recession may be easing, but warned that the economy is likely to remain weak. Against that backdrop, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and his colleagues left a key interest rate at a record low of between zero and 0.25 percent, and decided against taking any new […]

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Palm Beach Gardens Florida Market Report April 6, 2009

by Rodney Forbes on April 14, 2009

Rodney Forbes with Forbes Realty of South Florida discusses the real estate market conditions in Palm Beach Gardens Florida for the week of April 6, 2009. Of the pending sales, over 50% are short sales and bank owned properties. Buyers are responding to low interest rates, prices that are below 2004 levels and government stimulus […]

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Real Estate Market Update West Palm Beach FL

by Rodney Forbes on April 11, 2009

Rodney Forbes with Forbes Realty of South Florida discusses the real estate market conditions in West Palm Beach Florida for the week of April 6, 2009. Of the pending sales, 60% are short sales and bank owned properties. Buyers are responding to low interest rates, prices that are below 2004 levels and government stimulus efforts […]

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Rodney Forbes with Forbes Realty of South Florida discusses the real estate market conditions in Jupiter Florida for the week of April 6, 2009. Of the pending sales, 53% are short sales and bank owned properties. Buyers are responding to low interest rates, prices that are below 2004 levels and government stimulus efforts including the […]

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