Archive for September, 2014

Finally, Intrinsic Value for Homes


by Sean Fergus

Have you ever asked yourself, "Are home prices over- or undervalued today?" If so, you have been comparing current prices to prices over the long-term trend, which is known as intrinsic value.

Many of the best investors in the world tout intrinsic value as the most important metric for long-term investing. Buy when prices fall below intrinsic value and don't buy when they rise above. The difficulties come in determining your opinion of intrinsic value and having the patience and courage to withstand what can sometimes be very long periods when prices are over- or undervalued.

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Builder Money Flows into Nashville

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by Lance Ramella

Nashville may be the country music capital, but its housing fundamentals rock:

  • Resale sales have risen 16% over the past twelve months.
  • Home prices are up nearly 9% over the same period.
  • Job growth has averaged 3.0% in the past year, thanks to the booming health care and entertainment industries.

Several builders have expanded to Nashville in the last four years, and more are on the way.

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