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Elizabeth Poe, Broker
804.744.4444 (Office)
804.304.5277 (Cell)

James W. Poe, Jr.
804.400.3200 (Cell)

Poe Realty Group
Village Marketplace Shopping Center
13108 Midlothian Turnpike
Midlothian, VA 23113
Office:  804.744.4444
Fax:     877.307.3243
Email: Liz@callpoe.com

REAL ESTATE LICENSE INFORMATION:
Poe Realty & Auction, Inc. DBA
Poe Realty Group
Real Estate Board Firm License #0226012664
Elizabeth T. Poe, Principal Broker License #0225108480
James W. Poe, Jr., Associate Broker License #0225111829
Kristen Poe Lehman, Salesperson License #0225206082

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Latest Realty News from NAR

Realtors®, House Financial Services Committee Reach Agreement to Move Key Flood Insurance Legislation Forward

WASHINGTON (July 20, 2017) – The National Association of Realtors® today said that significant improvements to the “21st Century Flood Reform Act,” key legislation aimed at strengthening and reauthorizing the National Flood Insurance Program, have cleared the way for endorsement of the bill. Among the changes, Realtors® support the House Financial Services Committee’s commitment to retaining “grandfathering” – a policy that protects homeowners from... Read More

Foreign U.S. Home Sales Dollar Volume Surges 49 Percent to Record $153 Billion

WASHINGTON (July 18, 2017) – Fueled by a substantial increase in sales dollar volume from Canadian buyers, foreign investment in U.S. residential real estate skyrocketed to a new high, as transactions grew in each of the top five countries where buyers originated.

This is according to an annual survey of residential purchases from international buyers released today by the National Association of Realtors ®, which also revealed that nearly half of all foreign sales were in three states: Florida, California and Texas.

NAR’s 2017 Profile of International... Read More

84 Percent of Americans See Homeownership as Good Investment, Affordability a Growing Concern

WASHINGTON (July 12, 2017) — According to the National Association of Realtors®’ 2017 National Housing Pulse Survey, concerns over housing affordability show clear demographic divides especially among unmarried and non-white Americans. More than five out of 10 unmarried and non-white Americans view the lack of available affordable housing as a big problem, compared to only 40 percent of married and white Americans.

The survey, www.nar.realtor/reports/housing-pulse-surveys, measures consumers’ attitudes and... Read More

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