Salem, OR Condos – Condos for Sale in Salem, OR

There are currently 13 condos for sale in Salem at a median listing price of $222K. Some of these homes are “Hot Homes,” meaning they’re likely to sell quickly. Most homes for sale in Salem stay on the market for 44 days and receive 1 offers. Popular neighborhoods include South Gateway, Northgate, Southwest Salem, Southeast Salem, Fairmount Park, South Central, South Salem, Croisan-Illahe, Faye Wright, Northeast Neighbors, Four Corners, Illahe Hills Estates, Morningside, Sunnyslope, and West Salem. This map is refreshed with the newest listings in Salem every 15 minutes.

In the past month, 326 homes have been sold in Salem. In addition to houses in Salem, there were also 33 condos, 37 townhouses, and 37 multi-family units for sale in Salem last month. Salem is a minimally walkable city in Marion County with a

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Vacant Land For Sale

Grand Rapids, MI 49534

1.12 Acres, $375,000

Office, Retail –

Here is one of the best Values of Commercial Land offered for sale on M-45 just West of the ever expanding Standale Business District. Prime 1.12 …



Breton Business Center

Shopping Center For Lease

Grand Rapids, MI 49508

2,000 – 8,800 SF, $8.50 – 12.25 PSF (Annual)

– Full service curb-cut onto 28th Street.
– Space for drive-thru on end cap.
– Great location for QSR.
– Daily traffic counts exceeding …



Knapp's Corner Shops & Offices

Office For Lease

Grand Rapids, MI 49525

557 – 1,236 SF, $12 – 18.75 PSF (Annual)

Join the vibrant and thriving community of Celebration and Knapp`s Corner. Shadow anchored by a Meijer and an IMAX theater. Monument signage …



Northbrook Office Park

Office For Lease

Grand Rapids, MI 49505

775 – 6,749 SF, $12 – 14 PSF (Annual)

Office Building –

Northbrook Office Park is the premier office park along

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How to Prepare to Buy a Home: First, Use This Checklist

Even a first-time home buyer knows that a new home is not an impulse purchase. You can’t just waltz in and declare, “I’ll take it!”

Long before you get to making that offer (on paper, through your real estate agent)—and even before going to your first open house—there are a ton of things to do and to prepare.

Overwhelmed? Here’s a checklist of everything you need to do to get ready to buy a new home.

1. Check your credit score

Do not pass “Go,” and do not start looking at real estate until you have checked your credit score. This is the number that mortgage lenders will look at to determine whether you are creditworthy, and will dictate the rate you will be charged by the bank.

The higher your credit score, the lower your interest rate—and that’s what you’re going for. Get a free copy of yours at

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What is an independent contractor?

North Dakota uses the “common law test” – a series of 20 questions which are used to determine whether an individual providing services is an employee or independent contractor. The common law test focuses primarily on the level of control a business has over a worker.

The following questions will assist in reviewing the relationship between the service provider and the employer, to determine whether the service provider is an employee or independent contractor. There is no specific number of factors that must be met to determine the individual’s status; rather, the Department reviews the circumstances as a whole in the context of the individual’s occupation and relevant facts.

The following is a list of factors evaluated by the North Dakota Department of Labor and Human Rights when determining the status of work relationships submitted for review under the Department’s Independent Contractor Verification process.

  1. Instructions. A person who is
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21044 Condos & Townhomes For Sale

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Portland, OR HUD Housing and Foreclosure Homes

11-20-2020

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1 br

1 ba

518 sqft

Condo

Foreclosure

$133,900

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11-15-2020

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1 br

1 ba

Condo

Foreclosure

$343,332

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11-13-2020

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1 br

1 ba

Condo

Foreclosure

$389,900

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11-04-2020

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2 br

1 ba

Condo

Foreclosure

$209,900

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11-04-2020

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2 br

1 ba

1353 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$360,000

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10-28-2020

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2 br

1 ba

1063 sqft

Condo

Foreclosure

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10-24-2020

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3 br

3 ba

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$386,500

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10-21-2020

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3 br

3 ba

2245 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

$524,900

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10-10-2020

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2 br

1 ba

902 sqft

Condo

Foreclosure

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10-09-2020

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3 br

2 ba

1192 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-09-2020

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2 br

1 ba

1298 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-09-2020

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2 br

1 ba

840 sqft

Single-Family

Foreclosure

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10-09-2020

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4 br

3 ba

2593

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Wait Or Do It Now?

America has long been known as a mobile society, starting from the days of the pioneers. The pandemic and the gathering recession make buying a new house problematical. What if now, for whatever reason, you need to pull up stakes and find a new dwelling? And you have to sell your old home? To answer that question, we turn to the sage Rick Kahler, the founder of Kahler Financial Group, in Rapid City, S.D.

Larry Light: Why, amid these bad times, would someone want to move?

Rick Kahler: Suppose that you retired last year, you’re ready to downsize or move to a warmer climate, and you have been getting your house ready to sell. Or suppose you recently made a career move that includes relocating to a different part of the country.

Light: Given the economic and emotional uncertainties around the COVID-19

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21 Copperas Cove, TX Duplex/fourplex For Sale

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Duplex/Fourplex✔ 1 Bathroom✔ 526 Square Footage
Enjoy the cozy and unique space of this 1-bedroom/1-bath duplex on 0.15 acres in Copperas Cove.

Near places: Willow Creek

US, Texas, Coryell County, Copperas CoveCopperas Cove, TX 3 years at coldwellbankermoves.com 29,000

1203 - A Ritter Street  A, Copperas Cove, Tx 76522

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Duplex/Fourplex✔ 2 Bedroom✔ 1 Bathroom✔ 740 Square Footage✔ Foreclosure
HUD Is Accepted on this property! Charming 2 bedroom duplex in Copperas Cove. This cutie has kitchen appliances, central heat/air, a fenced in yard. it is close to schools, dining, shopping and more!

Near places: Willow Creek

US, Texas, Coryell County, Copperas CoveCopperas Cove, TX 3 years at coldwellbankermoves.com 495

209 Gibson Street, Copperas Cove, Tx 76522

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  • 182,705
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Jacksonville, FL Condos – Condos for Sale in Jacksonville, FL

There are currently 294 condos for sale in Jacksonville at a median listing price of $159K. Some of these homes are “Hot Homes,” meaning they’re likely to sell quickly. Most homes for sale in Jacksonville stay on the market for 47 days and receive 1 offers. Popular neighborhoods include San Marco, Avondale, Greater Arlington, Arlington, Mayport, North Jacksonville, Ponte Vedra, Southeast Jacksonville, Beach Haven, Monclair, Murray Hill, Duval, Ortega, San Jose, and Mandarin. This map is refreshed with the newest listings in Jacksonville every 15 minutes.

In the past month, 1595 homes have been sold in Jacksonville. In addition to houses in Jacksonville, there were also 549 condos, 413 townhouses, and 77 multi-family units for sale in Jacksonville last month. Jacksonville is a minimally walkable city in Duval County with a Walk Score of 26.

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Commercial Real Estate: 2020 Year in Review

Commercial real estate (CRE) has had a very volatile year. At the start of 2020, commercial real estate was well poised for continued growth and expansion with high optimism among all sectors, but the onset of the global pandemic shook the CRE market, turning many sectors upside down and creating uncertainty and concern for short- and long-term performance for many sectors. As 2020 comes to a close, let’s see how commercial real estate has fared and things to look for as we move into a new year.

The impact of coronavirus on commercial real estate

Initial shutdowns relating to the global pandemic caused major disruptions to the commercial real estate market in Q2 2020. Supply-chain interruptions, government mandates, and social- distancing protocols created a shift in demand across all sectors. As the economy started to reopen in early to mid summer, several sectors saw improvements returning to more normalized activity

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