Too much demand and not enough houses…that’s been the state of the North Texas housing market for the past several months. The historically low inventory of homes for sale is
If you were in the market for a more relaxed lifestyle outside heavily populated Texas metros during the pandemic, you weren’t alone. In the first quarter of 2021, large acreage
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
Second-quarter home sales are generating big profits for home sellers across the nation.
Many home sellers these days are raking it in, having gained, on average, a $75,971 profit on a
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
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
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
Home sales throughout the state of Texas kept a robust pace in the second quarter of 2019, according to the latest data from Texas REALTORS®. In further good news, housing
What is normally considered the “selling season” has gotten a retroactive boost in recent days. The National Association of Realtors’ chief economist Lawrence Yun reports that the sales of previously
A a recent report by the National Association of Realtors’ Chief Economist Danielle Hale details how and why the housing market is looking more promising over the next few months.