70% of Florida homeowners or the area in which they live have been impacted by changes to cost or coverage of home insurance in the last year, according to a report issued Wednesday by Redfin
by Lillian Dickerson Apr 17
There are now 550 'million-dollar' cities in the U.S. compared to 491 last year. California is home to nearly half of them, according to a new Zillow analysis
36% of Gen Zers and millennials who plan to buy a home in the near future intend to use a cash gift from family to contribute to a down payment, according to data from Redfin released Wednesday
by Lillian Dickerson Mar 27
Repeat-sales models have been the gold standard in home-price tracking for decades. Intel examines what they miss, and what some data providers are doing to fill in the gaps
by Chris LeBarton Mar 11
Despite ongoing commission lawsuits, agents are more concerned about the health of the real estate pie than the size of their own slice, results of the latest Inman Intel Index survey show
by Chris LeBarton Feb 7
Intel is highlighting the most important data releases and events slated for each month of 2024 in an effort to help industry observers follow the arc of residential real estate's rebound this year
by Chris LeBarton Jan 24
Faced with rising prices and rates, buyers are increasingly counting on personal loans and gifts to close deals, according to a survey of 3,000 potential buyers conducted by Dig Insights and Inman
by Chris LeBarton Dec 5
LA's new tax on high-priced property sales has been a drag on the real estate industry while raising far less revenue than the city expected, an Intel analysis suggests
by Lillian Dickerson Nov 29
More than a third of all home sales featured a concession in the past 3 months, according to new data and agents who told Inman that they're beginning to see signs of a buyer's market unfold
by Ben Verde Nov 27
Agents are doubling down on networking to drive business in tough times, according to results from the Inman Intel Index, excerpts of which are available to Select subscribers for the first time
by Lillian Dickerson Oct 25
Inman Director of Research Chris LeBarton has started tracking industry sentiment at a time of major change. He shared his insights from results of the Triple-I survey — and what comes next
by Daniel Houston Oct 18
In a series of key charts, Aziz Sunderji of Home Economics and Mike DelPrete, a strategic adviser and global expert in real estate technology, put August existing-home sales in historical context
by Mike DelPrete Sep 27
The addition of the 2 largest Florida MLSs means that Nestfully now represents 343K+ agent and brokerage subscribers
by Craig C. Rowe Sep 14
Mortgage-rate locks on second homes were down 47% from pre-pandemic levels in August as market factors have made owning a second home more costly and complicated in the last year
by Lillian Dickerson Sep 14
Home values are now 11.4% lower in Austin, Texas, than they were in Aug. 2022, Zillow said. Nationally, prices were up slightly from July to August, and there was a small inventory uptick
by Taylor Anderson Sep 13
Pocket listings are positively overflowing nearly 4 years after the National Association of Realtors enacted its controversial Clear Cooperation policy to end them, a new Intel analysis shows
by Ben Verde Sep 6