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The housing market is showing signs of a rebound

Miami house for sale

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  • S&P CoreLogic’s national home price index climbed in April from the prior month, marking three straight gains.

  • Miami, Chicago, and Atlanta saw the steepest annual price gains in March, data showed Tuesday.

  • “If I were trying to make a case that the decline in home prices that began in June 2022 had definitively ended in January 2023, April’s data would bolster my argument.”

The housing market is showing more signs of a rebound, with home prices climbing for three consecutive months.

The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller national home price index was up 1.3% in April from the prior month

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The Sunk Cost Fallacy – Passive Income MD

None of us can be the hypothetical Homo Economicus who makes only rational decisions. Instead, we must contend with the sunk cost fallacy. Here’s all you need to know about it.

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Journal Club 05-19-23 – Passive Income MD

Here’s Journal Club 05-19-23! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!


  • With all the worrying talks about a looming recession and market uncertainty, does it still make sense to continue investing in real estate? Are you considering purchasing a property but also skeptical about the whole idea and its consequences? Well, in that case, this post is for you… The Physician on FIRE shares more about it in the article – We Bought a House….In This
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Wilt Chamberlain’s LA Mansion Bounces Back Onto the Market With Another Big Price Cut

This notable Los Angeles estate has rebounded onto the market—with yet another price reduction.

Built for basketball legend Wilt Chamberlainthe massive dwelling is taking another shot at attracting a buyer.

The enormous, five-bedroom residence was listed for $19 million in 2018 and bounced back last year for $14.9 million. Now, it has returned at $11,995,000—a 37% discount on the original price.

architect David Rich designed this special retreat for Chamberlain in 1971. But it was remodeled in 2008 by the owner Dmitri Novikovwho souped up the kitchen with stainless appliances and modified the lower level to include guest

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Built in 1705, a New England Colonial in New Hampshire Is This Week’s Oldest Home

A New England Colonial that was built in 1705 in Kingston, NH, is the oldest home on the market this week on Realtor.com®.

The three-bedroom domicile still boasts eight fireplaces (including one with a beehive oven), exposed-beam ceilings, and wide-plank wood floors.

Other historic homes to hit the market this week include a renovated New England Cape in Connecticut, a property with a carriage house in Maryland, and a log and stone cabin in Virginia.

Scroll down for a full look at this week’s 10 oldest homes.

Price: $650,000
Year built: 1705
Thoughtfully updated:
This 3,485-square-foot dwelling is one of

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The Most Expensive Home in South Carolina’s History Hits the Market for $22M

Located in Simpsonville, SC, the 16,000-square-foot home sits on a sprawling 54 acres designed for the horse lover.

Dubbed Circle Creek Estate, the massive property features world-class equestrian amenities, including three riding arenas, and a 12-stall barn inspired by Old World Europe.

Patios (Realtor.com)

‘Hand-built from scratch’

Built in 2014, the six-bedroom estate was designed to resemble an English manor. And while the stone home’s price tag is the steepest in the state, “the cost to recreate this property today would be north of $30 million,” according to the listing.

In fact, many of the building materials were eclectically sourced.