The pandemic landscape is never short on surprises. And if you are a renter or landlord, the back and forth on eviction moratoriums may have left you confused.
At the beginning
Rising materials costs, supply chain issues, and labor shortages have builders rising to the challenge to meet demand, but the industry has made a positive turn over the last couple
Frustrated that you can’t find a home to buy in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metro? You aren’t the only would-be homeowner running up against the inventory shortage. But if you can
Housing inventory continues to be the big hurdle in today’s housing market. While it has been reported repeatedly that homes-for-sale inventory pickings are slim, the pandemic has made the situation
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
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
Starbucks. We search for them on freeways as if they are ports in a storm, use them as an oasis when shopping to rest our weary feet, meet business people
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
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
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