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The Suburban Office Could Blur the Lines of Residential, Commercial

Remote work is likely going to continue in some form, but that doesn’t mean workers never want to head into an office again. Investors are betting on a post-pandemic surge in interest in workspaces located in suburban neighborhoods. To get ahead of what they foresee as a trend, they’re eyeing suburban residences and empty retail, with the thought of turning them into smaller office spaces that can be .....Read More

New-home Sales Reach 15-year High

Buyers are increasingly turning to newly constructed homes for more options. Sales of new single-family homes surged 20.7% month over month in March to a 1.02 million seasonally adjusted annual rate, according to new data from the Department of Housing and Urban Development and the Census Bureau. New-home sales are at the highest annual pace since September 2006.........Read More

April Marks Fair Housing Month: NAR Launches New Resources for You

Want to shine a light on the role real estate professionals play in fighting discrimination? In honor of Fair Housing Month, the National Association of REALTORS® is launching several resources to help you promote your fair housing commitment, as well as educational resources to keep you informed about the latest issues surrounding fair.....Read More

U.S. Existing Home Sales Rise in January as Buyers ‘Snatch Up’ Any New Listings

The numbers: U.S. existing home sales inched up 0.6% to a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 6.69 million, the National Association of Realtors said Friday. Compared with a year ago, home sales were up 23.7%. Economists polled by The Wall Street Journal had forecast that existing home sales would fall to a median rate of 6.66 million......Read More

Plunging City Rents Could Spawn Urban Resurgence

Interest in apartments in big cities has waned during the COVID-19 pandemic, while apartments in less dense areas have surged in demand. A new report from realtor.com® shows that major urban markets, such as San Francisco and New York, are posting double-digit price declines for one- and two-bedroom units compared to a year earlier.Read More

Property Owners Get Much-Needed Relief in New Stimulus

Housing providers can breathe a sigh of relief. After months of political gridlock, Congress passed a series of measures Monday night to provide financial relief for Americans struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the provisions benefiting real estate: $25 billion in rental assistance to states and clarification......Read More

U.S. Home Price Appreciation Hits 6-Year High in September

Based on CoreLogic's latest Home Price Index, U.S. home prices increased 6.7% in September 2020, compared with September 2019, marking the fastest annual acceleration since May 2014. On a month-over-month basis, home prices increased by 1.1% compared to August 2020. Home-purchase demand maintained pace in the late summer compared to previous years, as record-low mortgage rates......Read More

Real Estate Investors Feel Bullish, Ready to Jump Back In

A majority of real estate investors in the U.S. say they’re optimistic about the strength of the housing market, despite the nation caught in a recession caused by the pandemic. A new survey from LendingHome, a resource for investors, reflects 600 respondents among three investment segments: house flippers, landlords of single-family rental homes, and real estate investment mortgage brokers......Read More

U.S. housing market has been surprisingly active during lockdown

After the coronavirus shutdown, the small Texas homebuilder braced for the worst. And it came: Business plunged in April. Then in May, something unexpected happened. Sales were 30 per cent above the company’s own pre-crisis forecast for the month. Many owners of existing homes aren’t selling, which often makes builders like Pacesetter the best source of inventory......Read More

U.S. April construction spending falls 2.9% as virus upends work

U.S. construction spending fell 2.9 per cent in April, the largest drop in 18 months, with broad declines across all building activity as shutdowns hobbled projects and workers were told to stay home.

The Commerce Department said that the April decline was the biggest monthly drop since a 3 per cent fall in October 2018....Read More

New Construction Slows But Remains Higher Than Last Year

Home builders started on fewer new homes in March as the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the nation. New construction was at a pace of 1.22 million units in March, the Commerce Department......Read More

First-Time Buyers Turn to Family for Down Payment Help


Where would we be without family and friends? More of us would be apartment dwellers, according to a new report from the National Association of REALTORS®. Thirty-two percent of first-time home buyers received ........Read More

NEW APARTMENT SUPPLY EXPECTED TO REACH 30-YEAR HIGH THIS YEAR

The apartment sector is expected to have a banner year, with new supply reaching a three-decade high across the country’s 150 largest apartment markets, according to a new report from RealPage, a property management software firm. For this year,......Read More

HOUSE FLIPPING RISES EVEN AS PROFITS FALL

Last year, home flipping reached its highest rate since 2006, according to ATTOM Data Solution’s 2019 U.S. Home Flipping Report, released Thursday. But despite the increase, profit margins have dropped, the report shows.

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REAL ESTATE SALES SINK AS FOREIGN BUYERS SHY AWAY FROM SHAKY POLITICAL CLIMATE IN U.S.

Luxury real estate has seen a dramatic downturn this year, as punitive new tax laws and a retreat by foreign buyers sent prices spiraling to recession-era levels in some markets.......Read More

MANSION TAX MAY BE HEADED TO BOSTON NEXT

Boston’s mayor has paved the way for a new mansion tax on all home sales over $2 million. Mayor Martin J. Walsh signed a petition that would give Boston the ability to charge a one-time transfer fee of up to 2% on residential deals over $2 million....Read More

NEW-HOME CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITY CONTINUES TO RISE, AS BUILDERS SEEK EVEN MORE BUILDING PERMITS

The numbers: Builders began construction on new homes in the U.S. at a pace of 1.37 million in November, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. This represented a 3.2% increase from a revised 1.32 million in October and was 13.6% higher than a year ago.......Read More

DO YOU NEED AN OPEN HOUSE TO SELL YOUR HOME?DO YOU NEED AN OPEN HOUSE TO SELL YOUR HOME?

An open house invites people to tour a home that is for sale. A listing real estate agent often schedules two different types of open houses: a "broker only" open house to other agents, during the day on a weekday, and an open house that's open to the public, typically on a Sunday.....Read More

HOW TO HANDLE INHERITED INVESTMENTS

On the one hand, it's overwhelming, thanks to the intense emotions associated with losing a loved one combined with the confusion about what to do with the newly acquired assets. On the other, an inheritance can re-invigorate your finances and create new opportunities for you and your family......Read More

   

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