At this point, nearly everyone is well aware of how intense the local real estate market has been of late.
There’s no denying that how people search for real estate has changed over the last 18 months or so
The news from around the nation gave real estate followers good reason to doubt a tendency in the national media.
The growing fondness for pets has had a significant impact on U.S. landlords.
Potential home buyers and the sellers whose properties already appear in the listings recently got a piece of good news.
With U.S. residential real estate prices at today’s levels, from a pure investment standpoint, some potential home buyers might assume that a downturn in values might be more likely than not.
At first, doing some preliminary scouting of the real estate landscape may seem a natural way to avoid any premature commitments—although later it turns out that the best Realtors don’t require any commitment until you’re ready to make it.
Homeowners who made it through this spring’s ant-breakout period undisturbed may now be experiencing a recurring midsummer irritant: the August ant escalation.
Over the past few months, NAHB’s “Eye on Housing” site has made for interesting reading, allowing more focused details of trends that are only touched upon in national media.
The National Association of Realtors®' latest member survey reaffirms the continuation of buyer competition, in part due to the limited number of available listings.