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Two Ways To Find Real Estate Investments In Very Competitive Seller’s Markets

Real estate investing is one of the greatest wealth-building strategies of our time. However, it can get a little frustrating when it’s hard to find good deals in your market. Real estate markets have gotten very hot (i.e., competitive) in many areas. The media is just starting to catch up to how hot these markets are, and market forces have driven up prices while depleting the inventory for solid investment deals.

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Big Jump in Americans Saying Renting Is Cheaper Than Owning

More than three-quarters of Americans now view renting as more affordable than owning a home, the latest sign that rising mortgage rates and higher home prices will continue to pressure home sales. Some 78% of people now say that renting is more affordable than owning, according to survey data to be released Tuesday by mortgage company Freddie Mac, that is up 11 percentage points from only six months ago.

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Legendary Guitar Makers Find Resonance in Detroit

Both Wallace and Currie are capitalizing on Detroit’s resurgence and its reputation as a city of makers, a city established as manufacturing epicenter in an era when where a product comes from can be more important than its quality. But both also think fostering in a new era of craftsmanship for guitars will boost the city’s worth as an instrument builder.

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Detroit’s West Riverfront Park Design Renderings Revealed

In Detroit, the Ralph C. Wilson Jr. Centennial Park will be at the current site of West Riverfront Park, a 22-acre site along the Detroit Riverfront. The new park is part of the Detroit RiverFront Conservancy’s overall vision to develop five-and-a-half miles of riverfront from the Ambassador Bridge on the west to Gabriel Richard Park, just east of the MacArthur Bridge to Belle Isle.

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