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224- Existing-Home Sales Tumble as Tight Inventory Chokes Housing Market

224- Existing-Home Sales Tumble as Tight Inventory Chokes Housing Market

Existing-Home Sales Tumble as Tight Inventory Chokes Housing Market Sales of previously owned homes tumbled in February as the housing market remained choked by tight inventory. Existing-home sales were at a 5.48 million seasonally adjusted annual...
223- New-Home Sales Roar to a 7-Month High 592,000 Annual Rate in February

223- New-Home Sales Roar to a 7-Month High 592,000 Annual Rate in February

New-Home Sales Roar to a 7-Month High 592,000 Annual Rate in February Sales of newly constructed homes powered to the highest pace in seven months in February as firm demand for housing outweighed lean supply and slightly higher mortgage rates....
222- Americans Are Taking Out the Largest Mortgages on Record

222- Americans Are Taking Out the Largest Mortgages on Record

Americans Are Taking Out the Largest Mortgages on Record For the past few years, the housing market has been unbalanced. Strong demand and lean supply keep pushing prices higher and higher. On Wednesday, a fresh piece of data confirmed that trend....
221- Apartment Market Slumps as Supply Surges

221- Apartment Market Slumps as Supply Surges

Apartment Market Slumps as Supply Surges Apartment landlords across the U.S. struggled through a tough first quarter as a slowdown in the rental market grew worse. Rents in the first quarter declined or were flat in 28 of the 79 metropolitan areas...
220- Want to Become a Real Estate Investor?

220- Want to Become a Real Estate Investor?

Want to Become a Real Estate Investor? Becoming a real estate investor is suddenly hot, thanks in part to those legions of HGTV-aholics inspired after binge-watching episodes of shows like “Fixer Upper” and “Flip or Flop.” But if they’re...
219- Spring Has Sprung in the Nation’s Housing Markets

219- Spring Has Sprung in the Nation’s Housing Markets

Spring Has Sprung in the Nation’s Housing Markets Much of the country is looking at one more very big bite of winter before spring officially begins, but for the residential real estate market, spring is already underway—and new home buyers...
218- 4 Home Office Setup Blunders That Lead to Work-From-Home Hell

218- 4 Home Office Setup Blunders That Lead to Work-From-Home Hell

4 Home Office Setup Blunders That Lead to Work-From-Home Hell Working from home is a pretty sweet deal—no commute, no boss hovering over you, no obnoxious co-workers. And if there’s a container of 2-week-old pad thai polluting the fridge, you...
217- 5 Major Mistakes That Retirees Make With Real Estate

217- 5 Major Mistakes That Retirees Make With Real Estate

5 Major Mistakes That Retirees Make With Real Estate You’ve worked hard year after grueling year and, finally, retirement is on the horizon. There’s nothing ahead for you but lazy days of relaxation and idle time to pursue those back-burner...
216- What’s Next for Lakewood Housing

216- What’s Next for Lakewood Housing

What’s Next for Lakewood Housing At the beginning of 2016, Cleveland State University published a study titled “The Fifth Migration: A Study of Cleveland Millennials” that dissected the very real trend of millennials moving to downtown and...
215- How Much is One Point of Transit Score Worth?

215- How Much is One Point of Transit Score Worth?

How Much is One Point of Transit Score Worth? Homes with great transit access are extremely rare in U.S. cities. Less than one percent of homes that are listed for sale today are considered to be in a rider’s paradise (Transit Score of 90 and...
214- How to Throw a House-Cooling Party Before You Move

214- How to Throw a House-Cooling Party Before You Move

How to Throw a House-Cooling Party Before You Move Step 1: Spread the word! Cast a wiiiiiiiide invitation net. This party is a case where the more truly is the merrier. Step 2: Prepare. Often, hosts will schedule this party for a couple days (if not...
213- The Best Cities for Living Without a Car

213- The Best Cities for Living Without a Car

The Best Cities for Living Without a Car What makes a city livable? People have differing views, but for many city-dwellers, proximity to restaurants, grocery stores, parks and jobs are some of the key perks of urban living, especially if those...
212- Redfin Housing Demand Index Dips from January’s Record High

212- Redfin Housing Demand Index Dips from January’s Record High

Redfin Housing Demand Index Dips from January’s Record High The Redfin Housing Demand Index decreased 8.5 percent from January’s record-high, to a seasonally adjusted level of 118 in February. Despite the dip from the previous month, this was...
211- Step Inside this Gorgeous 1907 New Jersey Home

211- Step Inside this Gorgeous 1907 New Jersey Home

Step Inside this Gorgeous 1907 New Jersey Home This whimsical New Jersey home is full of stunning vintage details, from an impressive backyard to an inviting interior; this house has it all. The five-bedroom, three-bathroom craftsman was built in...
210- 2017’s Hottest Neighborhoods in Greater Boston

210- 2017’s Hottest Neighborhoods in Greater Boston

2017’s Hottest Neighborhoods in Greater Boston Boston is known for so much more than just the Red Sox and the local accent. The historic metro is the largest city in New England, with a plethora of things to do for both natives and tourists....
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