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Did existing home sales rebound in March?

[Industry News]

The housing market has been hit by so many opposing forces it might be getting whiplash. On the one hand, demand is strong. Job and income growth have been healthy and many Millennials are itching to move out of their…
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December Existing Home Sales Down

[Industry News]

The Ten-X Residential Real Estate Nowcast on Thursday forecast a modest month-over-month decrease in December existing home sales in an early look at the month, predicting sales will fall between seasonally adjusted annual rates of 5.33 and 5.69 million, with…
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Existing-Home Sales Highest Since 2007

[Industry News]

Sales of previously owned U.S. homes unexpectedly increased in November to the strongest level since early 2007, ahead of a jump in borrowing costs, National Association of Realtors data showed Wednesday. Key Points Contract closings rose 0.7 percent to a…
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10 Elements Every Marketing Postcard Should Have

[Mailing Lists, Marketing Tips]

Don’t want your direct mail to end up in the trash with the rest of the unread mail? These 10 tips will help you get the results you want: 1. A clear, bold headline. On the envelope or front of…
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Direct Mail Dead? Not For Millennials

[Industry News, Mailing Lists, Marketing Tips]

Many financial marketers assume that Millennials don’t like, don’t open and don’t read direct mail pieces. Not true. The rise of digital channels has forced financial institutions to radically rethink their marketing strategies. While digital media have proven effective —…
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