FOMO. Fear of missing out. It was a real thing in November and shows no signs of change any time soon, with real estate agents quickly submitting offers for clients
In a normal year, this is the time when home sales dip. In a normal year, this is when you can negotiate on getting the price a tad lower, and
Historic low rates mean mortgage activity continues to boom
The home buying and refinance boom isn’t likely to dip any time soon, thanks to historic low mortgage rates. According to the
Younger generations are now redefining the purpose of a home, and they are more serious about it than ever.
Recently YPulse conducted a marketing report called No Place Like Home in
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
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
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
The real estate tide may be making a more significant turn, according to the latest insight from industry leaders. According to Fortune magazine’s Chris Morris, what was once a seller’s market,
As the baby boomer generation has aged, it has also stayed put. And for all the innovations builders and product manufacturers have come up with to help seniors “age in
It’s no longer the exception to the rule. Rising home prices are sending first-time home buyers to their parents for help with down payments, according to Ben Eisen’s recent article