Residential real estate doesn’t necessarily move in tandem with its cousin, commercial real estate. When times are good, they may both benefit from the favorable zeitgeist, but they generally move in response to differing sub currents.
“You May Want to Invest in Real Estate While You Still Can” was Yahoo!finance’s doubletake-inducing lead article last Friday
For both sellers and the house-hunters they wish to attract, mortgage interest rates have played a key role in enabling attractive real estate propositions.
The rationale behind U.S. housing’s rising prices has been nothing if not consistent. The tale has been all about the supply/demand imbalance—a textbook example that makes perfect sense for everyone with a smattering of free-market economics.
“Stress” and “stress avoidance” are pop psychology topics that have gotten a lot of attention lately, much of it deserved. If you ask anyone about how “moving day” rates among life’s stressful events, it’s surprisingly up there near the top.
How to find and buy your first home is one subject that high schools decline to teach. An online canvass of theories why this is so yields two main lines of thought.
The title of the online video tour that posted earlier this month is “Touring the MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSE in the United States.”
No matter what next month brings, today’s home sellers are bound to be pleased with the current market.
For the local residents who succeeded in finalizing their home loan or refi back in January 2021, the figures verify that they now hold the title of Mortgage Frugality Champs.
As real estate’s peak selling season nears, one element that characterizes the strength of the U.S. housing market is the one that CNN Business highlighted last Thursday.