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Housing starts rise in March!

The Housing Hour April 16, 2013

Housing starts rise in March to levels that have not been seen since June 2008. According to the Commerce Department new construction starts for homes rose 7% last month to an annual amount of over 1 million units. This is  fabulous news for the recovering housing market. Low interest rates […]

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Air Date 4/13/13: Tyler Fogarty-REALTOR

The Housing Hour April 12, 2013

We continue our Home Ownership Matters Series: Special Guest: Tyler Fogarty, Realtor with  Realty Executives Associates Tyler Fogarty, Realtor Realty Executives Associates 109 Northshore Dr. Ste 200 Knoxville, TN 37919 Office:(865) 588-3232 Mobile:(865) 414-6145 Fax:(865) 251-3232 Tyler joins The Housing Hour with a fascinating discussion regarding the recent surge in […]

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Mortgage Lending: The Liquidity Factor, Part II

The Housing Hour April 7, 2013

 Read Part I The History of Mortgage Lending and The Liquidity Factor. At the peak of the Great Depression, the Hoover administration realized the importance of the liquidity factor. Their policies bolstered the S&L’s, securing them as the main channel to provide the necessary liquidity to the mortgage market. The Federal […]

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Air Date 4-06-13: Anne Brock- Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families

The Housing Hour April 4, 2013

Flour Sack Mama’s, Anne Brock joins us in studio! We continue our series on ‘Protect Your Family‘ Special Guest :  Anne Brock, Blogger for FlourSackMama.com and Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families We invite Anne Brock, blogger for Flour Sack Mama and Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families, to discuss the importance of taking […]

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Mortgage Lending: The Liquidity Factor, Part I

The Housing Hour April 1, 2013

Part I Part II Part III Part IV Mortgage Lending: The Liquidity Factor, Part I In Mortgage Lending, it has always been said that the two largest purchases families will ever make are homes and cars. Since the 1900s, those two items have not only revolutionized the way we live […]