As the nation continues to struggle against COVID-19, one industry appears to be seeing surprising growth. Home sales are hot right now, and even a pandemic can’t seem to slow
Home sales hit an 11-month high in February, according to the latest data from the U.S. Census Bureau and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The two entities jointly
In-demand real estate markets of the U.S. are seeing a sizable inventory jump, with sellers looking to turn profits, according to a realtor.com® report released earlier this month.
California’s San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa
When the real estate market has fewer homes available, obviously sales will suffer. Over this past summer, we’ve seen just how significantly low inventory can affect the market and now,
As the supply of existing homes for sale continues to lag behind demand, consumers and industry professionals alike are closely watching the latest statistics. The National Association of Realtors (NAR)
Home sales in the U.S. saw quite a boost in March, as the existing-home sales data reflected a 4.4% increase – higher than the 2.5% estimate. In terms of actual
Home sales in Houston dropped below last year’s figures; however, real estate prices in Space City continued to move up in the third quarter, according to a recent report.