As summer approaches, home buyers are getting more active. Of those looking to buy a home, nearly half have moved beyond the planning phase and are actively engaged in the
When industries begin speaking of a “new normal,” it can be difficult to discern how many of its old practices are on track to permanently change and which ones are
The coronavirus is fast-forwarding some of the real estate trends that were developing over the last few years. Let’s take a look at the trends that are taking hold are
Congratulations, home seller. You were able to find a buyer during these crazy times. Closing escrow, however, is a little different than it once was.
Realtor.com’s Erica Sweeney speaks of how
For the fifth consecutive year, the Texas housing market broke records when it came to number of homes sold and median price, according to the 2019 Texas Real Estate Year
Despite all the news about real estate inventory being low and prices consistently inching up, it’s still a great time to buy a home, according to a recent report by
Jobs are on the rise, thanks in large part to a boost in the construction industry.
The latest jobs report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor and Statistics indicates that nonfarm
Although the real estate market is healthier now than it was a decade ago, certain struggles persist. Unfortunately, low inventory levels continue to burden markets across the nation; this ultimately
The sky may be infinite and the oceans vast, but land is finite — and there is a shortage of it to build homes on, accord to a recent NAHB/Wells
It’s being called the Silver Tsunami. Zillow analysts report that over the 2017-2027 period, 920,000 baby boomer-held homes will be freed up yearly, with 1.17 million materializing in the succeeding