Homebuyer needs and wants aren’t universal, but those with children share at least one of the same demands: good schools.
Despite prior reports of a looming slowdown for Brooklyn sales, a new report shows activity and prices within in-demand neighborhoods continue to escalate – although not at the same record swells seen in 2015.
Demand may be high in your area, but is the potential revenue for rental property investments worth the entry costs? HomeUnion analyzed the top cities for single-family investment properties to find out.
Earlier this week, retail mortgage lender Quicken Loans released its Home Price Perception Index (HPPI) for September, revealing average homeowner estimates were coming in 1.26 percent higher than actual appraised values. Although homeowners are slightly miscalculating, the HPPI has diminished over the past three months.
If there were any doubts about the housing market rebound, a new report from Attom Data Solutions may help you see the glass half full. According to the September and Q3 U.S. Foreclosure Market Report, foreclosure filings are at their lowest since September 2005.
Famous people don’t have it easy all the time – especially when it comes to real estate profits.
According to Redfin, celebrity homes stay on the market 36 days longer than comparable properties on average and often sell below asking price, sometimes suffering multi-million dollar differences.
Apple, Amazon and the world’s largest search giant, Google, are running toward artificial intelligence (AI). The real estate industry continues to get its feet wet, this time with Skyler360, a smart software company partnering with the Champions School of Real Estate in Texas for an AI training webinar scheduled for Spring 2017.