- from Freddie Mac: Downward Mortgage Rate Trend Ends
- from REALTOR® Magazine: Report: Homeowners 8% Richer Over the Past Year
- from Redfin: More Home-Sellers are Dropping Their Prices Than in Previous Winters as Buyers Seize More Control of the Market
- from realtor.com®: Which Real Estate Markets Were Hot—or Not—in February 2019?
- from the National Association of Home Builders’ Eye on Housing blog: New Home Sales Up 1.5% for the Year
- from The Washington Post: More people pay their mortgages on time, but how long will this good news last?
- from Bankrate®: Nearly two-thirds of millennial homeowners have regrets about their purchase, survey finds
- from LendingTree: LendingTree Ranks Metros with the Highest Vacancy Rates
- from CNBC: Do this when shopping for a mortgage and you could save $430 in the first year
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- from realtor.com®: Top 10 Affordable Small Towns Where You’d Actually Want to Live, 2019 Edition
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Today's Fun Fact: There are 63 tributaries into the Lake, and only one outlet. Following up on last week's question, the Bureau of Reclamation operates the Lake Tahoe Dam on the Truckee River, which controls the top six feet of Lake Tahoe (744,600 acre-feet of maximum storage capacity). The dam was built between 1909-1913. In addition to managing the top six feet of the Lake, the Bureau of Reclamation also works with Lake Tahoe Basin partners to help meet the environmental thresholds in the Lake Tahoe Environmental Improvement Program. Since 1997, Reclamation has awarded over $22 million to local, regional, and state Basin partners in California and Nevada for Basin watershed improvements.
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