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Mortgage rates up slightly from last week

Mortgage rates rose slightly in this week's survey of lenders by Freddie Mac, with the average for a 30-year fixed loan rising to 4.15 percent, from 4.12 percent last week.

Steve Bucci: Credit card debt weighs down our finances

Dear Debt Adviser: I was wondering if working with a credit counseling service to lower your interest rate affects your credit score. While our scores are good (715-730), we overextended ourselves and the interest/finance charges on our credit cards are outrageous (29.99 percent in some cases). Our goal is to get the balances down as much as possible. I know not using the card will be one of your suggestions, but it will take much longer because anything extra we pay is eaten up by the interest.

Developers turn to crowdfunding to seed real estate deals

MIAMI - You can support entrepreneurs' apps, gadgets, clothing creations, restaurants - you name it - through the exploding phenomenon of "crowdfunding." But what can you show for your investment? A drawer full of T-shirts, tote bags and other tokens of appreciation.

Real estate Q&A: Loan status depends on what deed says

QUESTION: Years ago I bought a house with my girlfriend, and it was titled in just her name, as was the mortgage loan. Several years later, we deeded the property into both of our names, even though we never got married. She has since died, and I have continued to pay the mortgage. Is there any reason that I should put the loan into my name?

A new challenge to HUD's reverse-mortgage program

The United States faces a retirement funds crisis: a rapidly growing number of people who retire without the financial capacity to support themselves during ever-increasing life spans. The Home Equity Conversion Mortgage (HECM) reverse-mortgage program, which allows older homeowners to convert some or all of the equity in their homes into cash, ought to be a major policy tool for dealing with the crisis. It is a well-designed program that allows seniors to draw funds in a variety of ways to meet a wide range of problems, but it has been hobbled by major challenges that have kept it small. These include excessive complexity that leaves many seniors befuddled, negative media reports by befuddled journalists, deceptive merchandising by some loan providers, and hostility by AARP to which many seniors look for guidance on financial products.

Led by Chinese buyers, U.S. housing sales to international clients hit $92 billion

A record amount of foreign money is flowing into the U.S. housing market.

What can a Wichita homebuyer get for $2 million?

How much house do you get for $2 million?

Realtors, bankers aim to repeal Kansas mortgage registration fee

Since 1925, the rule in Kansas has been if you buy property on a mortgage, you pay to have it recorded by the county.

New CEO of Wichita Realtors group ‘a normal Joe’

The new top administrator of the Wichita Area Association of Realtors played basketball at a small California college, has never lived in Kansas – but has a mother who was born in El Dorado – and describes himself as “a normal Joe.”

September home sales in Wichita show mixed results, report says

Wichita home sales activity was slightly mixed in September, but a seller’s market for existing homes remains, according to the South Central Kansas Multiple Listing Service report released Tuesday.

Area home sales continue to rise in August

Home sales in the Wichita area continued to outpace sales from a year ago and inventory for existing homes remained tight in August, according to a report released Tuesday.

New Realtors chief to assume post in mid-October

The Wichita Area Association of Realtors has hired a new chief executive.

Americans for Prosperity wants Wichita to seek more for riverfront land

Americans for Prosperity wants City Hall to get more money out of prime riverfront land that’s been earmarked for apartments at First and McLean. At least one council member is in their corner.

Realtor chief Hultz to take North Carolina post

Tessa Hultz, chief executive of the Wichita Area Association of Realtors, will be leaving to take a similar job in North Carolina.

CoreLogic: Wichita area home prices post strong gain

Wichita area home prices, excluding distressed sales, rose 7.2 percent between February 2012 and February 2013, according to a just-released report by CoreLogic, a national real estate data firm that surveys local markets.

Area home sales rise in February; inventory shrinks

Forty-four more area houses were sold in February versus the same month a year ago, according to a South Central Kansas Multiple Listing Service report released Friday.

Martens’ Johnson named to regional real estate hall of fame

Tom Johnson, president of NAI Martens, has been named by Midwest Real Estate News to the 2012 Midwest Commercial Real Estate Hall of Fame.

Wichita-area home sales rise in October

Wichita-are home sales moved higher in October, continuing what local Realtors hope is a sustainable trend.

Occidental Management breaks ground on office park in northeast Wichita

Officials from Occidental Management, which is building a class A commercial office park in northeast Wichita, said Friday that they have more than 50 percent of the first phase of the project pre-leased.

Wichita rents lowest in nation among large markets

Apartment rents in the Wichita market were the lowest among 82 urban markets during the second quarter, according to the real estate data firm Reis.


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