With a major upgrade announced this week, Everyhome is now looking at property on a larger scale. According to Everyhome co-founder Bryan Copley, this new release is aligned with his goal to “Use data to make people happier.” The company has been busy the last year hiring and consulting with some heavy-hitting data scientists of the MIT variety to evolve its product into something that can actually help real estate professionals build smarter cities.
For 29 years, Real Trends has been providing comprehensive lists of who’s doing what in residential real estate. Whereas the numbers qualifying firms across the country to even be considered have changed, the bragging rights have not.
With incomes predicted to grow at roughly the same rate by year’s end as home values and rents, housing costs are forecasted to plateau — not improve or get any worse – in some of the nation’s largest cities.
This prediction has to be a slice of good news for renters and homebuyers in San Francisco, Miami, New York City and Los Angeles, as these cities are some of the most unaffordable housing markets nationally.
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