According to recent data released by CoreLogic, big private-equity firms, real estate speculators and others that buy properties comprised more than 11% of U.S. home purchasers in 2018.
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The National Association of Realtors (NAR) reported sales of previously owned homes rose in May, citing falling mortgage rates as a reason the housing market may be heading in the
It may not be taking over yet, but it’s a trend. Boomers, tired of the maintenance of their large family homes, are downsizing and renting instead of staying put.
Trade wars never happen without consequences to those down the line, and the latest increase in Chinese tariffs is hitting both home builders and remodelers where they live. Whatever project
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
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
To those of us who were homeowners ten years ago, “foreclosure” was a word we heard frequently on the daily news or saw happening in our neighborhoods. It scared many
A lot of people said it could someday happen, but perhaps only a few of us thought it actually would. More homes may soon be energy-free, according to a recent
It’s that time of year when people look back on the past year but also like to take a leap forward, trying to take a peek at what 2019 has
For decades, golf course homes were sold as the ideal location for golfers and non-golfers alike — a place where one could have a permanently manicured view of greens, massive
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