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    The hot housing market isn’t ending any time soon: Zillow

    By Land and Luxury | November 10, 2020

    Closed sales of existing homes increased 9.4% from August to September, yielding a 20.9% increase year over year, the highest rate recorded since 2006 Paul Bradbury and Getty Images BY LILLIAN DICKERSON  Houses are flying off the market as homebuyers looking to shelter at home continue to fuel intense market demand, according to Zillow’s most recent weekly market report.... Read More

    4 WAYS TO CREATE A MORE TECH-FRIENDLY OUTDOOR WORKSPACE

    By Land and Luxury | November 3, 2020

    provided by James Forrester The secret behind creating your own outdoor workspace is ensuring you can stay comfortable, set a good place for your laptop for remote work, and be productive. There are many people who have worked outdoors all over the world. Based on their experience, we have gathered their tips on how to ensure you... Read More

    Home prices are held down by COVID-19 in big cities while climbing sharply in less crowded areas

    By Land and Luxury | October 27, 2020

    Paul Davidson The housing market has been booming during the COVID-19 crisis, but America’s cities are taking it on the chin. And while big cities like New York and San Francisco, in particular, are struggling with falling prices, values in less densely populated cities such as Phoenix and Charlotte, North Carolina, are holding up fairly... Read More

    FLIPPING HUNTING LANDS: IMPROVE, HUNT, SELL

    By Land and Luxury | October 20, 2020

    provided by John E. Phillips  Scott Sharp of Lebanon, Tennessee, a Mossy Oak Pro Staff member since 2013, hunts whitetails with a bow, a rifle and a muzzleloader, and during turkey season, he hunts with a shotgun. He and his brother D.W. have discovered a way to have their outdoor cake and eat it too.... Read More

    Regain Your Garage: Simple Tricks for Getting Organized

    By Land and Luxury | October 13, 2020

    Bob Vila A thoughtful approach to garage storage makes the most of this valuable space and keeps every necessity at your fingertips. If your house is bursting at the seams, or simply short on storage options, the solution may be as close as your garage. To make the best use of this space, however, you... Read More

    What to Look for on Your Property Deed

    By Land and Luxury | October 6, 2020

    Jay Mark Hendrix Owning property, especially land, used to be a luxury only for the wealthy. Fortunately, the barriers have slowly been lowered and more and more people have the opportunity to become homeowners and landowners. Because so many individuals own real property and property is being bought and sold every day, there’s a need... Read More

    Farm Mapping Software’s Role in Farm Management

    By Land and Luxury | September 29, 2020

    by Steve Roberson When you think of creative jobs, farming isn’t often the first occupation to come to mind – but maybe it should be. Managing a farm requires a significant amount of creative problem-solving in order to best use (and avoid destroying) the land. Luckily, farm mapping technologies have made it possible for farmers to... Read More

    Mossy Oak Gamekeeper Kennels

    By Land and Luxury | September 22, 2020

    By Sam Raetz Words are wasted on trying to describe the relationship between bird dog and owner. From the euphoria of lifting a mallard out of your retriever’s trained mouth for the first time, to the grief that comes with their inevitable passing years later, the journey must be experienced to be known. The first... Read More

    The Fall Real Estate Market Is Abnormally Hot As Mortgage Rates Break Records

    By Land and Luxury | September 15, 2020

    Natalie Campisi Getty The coronavirus pandemic has remade what’s normal, and homebuying is no exception. Typically, the real estate market tends to hit the brakes in the fall, as kids return to school and families juggle work, extracurriculars and the upcoming holidays. But that’s not what’s happening as we head into the second week of... Read More

    Mortgage Rates Fall Once Again—but Rising Home Prices Mean That Buyers Shouldn’t Expect Savings

    By Land and Luxury | September 1, 2020

    By Jacob Passy   cmart7327 / iStock Mortgage rates are still near record lows, but that isn’t making owning a home cheaper for home buyers any longer. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 2.91% for the week ending Aug. 27, dropping eight basis points from the week prior, Freddie Mac reported Thursday. The 15-year fixed-rate mortgage also fell eight... Read More