Increased demand for single-family rentals could lead to 10 years of undersupply
About 6% of new single-family homes are built for the purpose of being rented out, which would yield roughly 700K new single-family units being constructed over the next 10 years, a number well short of current demand, according to RCLCO Real Estate Advisors
by Lillian Dickerson Aug 17
Will Instagram's new video feature Reel in fleeing TikTok users?
Facebook's newest social media tool Instagram Reels was announced 24 hours before President Trump announced a ban that will take effect in 45 days on TikTok
by Craig C. Rowe Aug 7
Here's where wealthy millennials are moving
Washington, Colorado and Texas are the top states attracting wealthy millennials, according to a new SmartAsset study
Making sense of the headlines: What consumer confidence looks like today
Opinion
Looking for a little clarity on this week's news? Windermere Chief Economist Matthew Gardner dives into Fannie Mae’s National Housing Survey and what consumer confidence looks like right now
by Matthew Gardner Jul 21
Airbnb puts restrictions on renters under 25 to curb house parties
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, bookers under 25 who have fewer than 3 positive reviews will be barred from renting single-family homes close to where they live
Millennials are confused about real estate
Although millennials will likely make up the largest percentage of homebuyers this year, the generation appears to be woefully under-informed about the real estate industry, according to a recent survey by flat-fee brokerage Homie
by Lillian Dickerson Jun 23
Summer outlook: A slowing recovery may wait in the wings
While housing has thus far seen a strong recovery, experts say prices may actually fall later this year. Factors such as unemployment and foreclosures could also weigh down the market
by Jim Dalrymple II Jun 23
Todd Baldwin on being a 28-year-old landlord in these turbulent times
'If you are interested in it or have the means to do it, just start,' the Seattle landlord advises prospective investors
ABC's first Black 'Bachelor' is a real estate broker
Matt James, the first Black 'Bachelor' in the ABC show's history, is a 28-year-old, North Carolina-based real estate broker with CBRE
Homesnap's Mazur: It's time for agents to go all in
In multiple talk tracks at Tech Connect, leaders in sales, fintech and proptech all agreed on one thing: The COVID-19 pandemic has totally changed how people market, sell and buy real estate
by Craig C. Rowe Jun 4
Kylie Jenner buys Beverly Hills spec mansion for $37M
The property was spearheaded by developer Gala Asher and originally listed for $55M
32% of first-time buyers get financial help from a relative or friend: NAR
Limited income was the most cited factor holding back non-homeowners from saving, according to a new survey released Thursday by the National Association of Realtors
by Andrea V. Brambila Apr 17
Rently self-guided tours coming to 75 more rental communities
An award-winning national property manager responds to reduction in face-to-face showings by rolling out Rently's patented touring technology
by Craig C. Rowe Mar 23
Share of first-time buyers reaches highest peak since 1993
The number of first-time homebuyers exceeded 2 million for the third consecutive year in 2019, according to Genworth Mortgage Insurance
by Marian McPherson Mar 18