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Buyers willing to close the day after Christmas realize biggest discounts.
New-home sale prices dropped 1.5 percent year over year to a median of $370,300. Meanwhile, new-home sales rose 5.6 percent, marking the second consecutive quarter of increases.
Florida's housing market experienced positive trends in 3Q 2019, with more closed sales, higher median prices, more pending sales and rising pending inventory.
Riding two trends—declining sales and growing inventory— the U.S. housing market continued to transition from a seller's market to a buyer's market in February.
National Association of Realtors
Existing-home sales grew for the second consecutive month in March, but lagging inventory levels and affordability constraints kept sales activity below year ago levels, according to the National Association of Realtors.
Colder weather can mean higher energy bills and, as the low temperatures continue this winter. Making small changes today can deliver big savings throughout the winter and year-round.
The long-term forecast shows that after years of booming growth, the multifamily sector is beginning to hit its inflection point with national rent growth decelerating and vacancies creeping upward
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Buying a median-priced home is more affordable than renting a three-bedroom property in 240 of 447 U.S. counties.
U.S. home resales surged to a 10-year high in January as buyers shrugged off higher prices and mortgage rates, signaling rising confidence in the economy and bolstering expectations of a pickup in growth in the first quarter.
PRNewswire - Nationwide
The majority of the most sustainable housing markets are located east of the Mississippi River, including New York City, Boston, Chicago and Philadelphia, and are likely to see continued growth in sales activity and price appreciation in 2017.
The Orange County Register
Last year, 514,000 people moved here from other states, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau. That’s on top of 334,000 who came from foreign lands.
PRNewswire - National Association of Realtors
As social networking sites become a standard advertising and marketing tool in the real estate industry, familiarity with best practices and risk management has become essential knowledge for real estate agents.
With bidding wars and hot zip codes in Austin, you need to be prepared before you do battle on the streets looking for a new home or preparing your home to sell. But because of Texas law, you may not be getting the most accurate information online.
The Seattle Times - By Mike Rosenberg
Seattle’s crane count has surged in the last year, overtaking New York as the city with the most such construction rigs transforming the urban landscape.
Houston's housing market is experiencing simultaneous highs and lows, with some neighborhoods reeling from the energy slump while others are benefitting from pent-up demand left over from the boom.
National Mortgage Professional Magazine
Freddie Mac’s Primary Mortgage Market Survey (PMMS) reports on mostly stagnant rates environment for the week ending Oct. 6. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage (FRM) averaged 3.42 percent and the 15-year FRM this week averaged 2.72 percent.
A preliminary review of the month’s data on realtor.com® shows that September is shaping up to be the hottest fall in a decade.
Sally Ho, AP - Houston Chronicle
Sin City and Asian investors are going all in on Chinese tourism as some of Las Vegas' latest developments on and off the Strip target Chinese nationals and Chinese-Americans.
Last year the U.S. housing market saw default numbers fall to the lowest levels since 2006. This was not the case for Nevada. Nevada had its housing distress statistics increase in 2015, and agents in the state expect more of the same for 2016.
Hartford Courant - By Melissa Rolland
Whether the move is across town, or across the country, deciding on the towns and neighborhoods to begin the home search is probably the first topic a buyer's agent will help a buyer to narrow down.
Nevada Business Magazine -By Jennifer Rachel Baume
Since 1986, we've seen 30 years of boom and bust in all sectors Thirty years ago, the Las Vegas Strip was a different Strip than today.
Before the Internet, people found roommates through friends or the classified section. Then came Craigslist in the '90s. Now a new generation of services like Roomi and RoomZoom are helping people shack up with perfect strangers.