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Where Is the US Housing Market Headed In 2018, 2019 And 2020?

Where Is the US Housing Market Headed In 2018, 2019 And 2020?

Housing Market Predictions 2018 And 2019 Will the US housing market crash in 2020? Ask most investors what they think about the housing market today, and they will most likely cringe out of habit. The reality is that the US housing market in 2018 is making a recovery, a quick and expected one. Before...
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Atlanta Real Estate Market Forecast And Trend 2018

Atlanta Real Estate Market Forecast And Trend 2018

Atlanta Real Estate Market If you are looking to buy an investment property in the Atlanta Real Estate Market, it is only common that you are on a constant chase for the best neighborhoods to choose in the housing market of Atlanta, GA. You must also know about the Atlanta Real Estate Market Forecast, including...
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5 Housing Trends That Are Changing The Market

5 Housing Trends That Are Changing The Market

Is 2018 a good time to buy a home, sell a home, move up, or invest in real estate — or will you be better off parking your money elsewhere, whether that means buying a house in a different location or an investment in an entirely different industry? While no one knows exactly what...
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The Minimum Salary Needed to Own a Home By State

The Minimum Salary Needed to Own a Home By State

Owning a home has long been a key component of the American dream. However, with the considerable cost of housing on the rise, it can be hard to estimate the income needed to own a home in the U.S. A new study from GOBankingRates found the minimum salary needed to afford a home is...
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Housing Shortage Puts U.S. Real Estate Sales At All Time Low

Housing Shortage Puts U.S. Real Estate Sales At All Time Low

The American real estate market could be headed for trouble. According to Reuters, the number of houses sold in the U.S. during December 2017 have come in at an all-time low. The National Association of Realtors reported the decline after a three-month-long increase in housing sales. Residential housing sales dropped by 8.2%. Additionally, single-family...
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Where Are We in the Housing Cycle?

Where Are We in the Housing Cycle?

Ten years ago we published Strategies to Navigate 5 Stages of the Housing Cycle.  To commemorate the 10-year anniversary of those analyses, we are sharing the graphic we produce each month that shows where 33 major markets are positioned in that cycle. Read the rest of Where Are We in the Housing Cycle?  »...
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Fannie Mae Study: More Baby Boomers To Enter Retirement With Mortgages

Fannie Mae Study: More Baby Boomers To Enter Retirement With Mortgages

Recent studies have found that saving for retirement has become a bit of a financial afterthought, as more Americans are actually saving for an upcoming vacation than they are for economic security in their golden years. In fact, a 2017 NerdWallet survey found that 56% of young women between the ages of 18 and...
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Cities Offer Tax Breaks To Amazon As HQ2 Competition Draws To A Close

Cities Offer Tax Breaks To Amazon As HQ2 Competition Draws To A Close

Online retail giant Amazon Inc. has received multiple offers of tax breaks as a part of the company’s national competition for Amazon’s second headquarters. According to Reuters, the HQ2 competition came to an end on Thursday, October 19, and will include up to 50,000 new jobs and a $5 billion investment for the winning...
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Renters Having Difficulties Finding New Homes After Hurricane Irma

Renters Having Difficulties Finding New Homes After Hurricane Irma

After Hurricane Irma, Florida residents who rent their homes are facing a variety of obstacles: paying rent for uninhabitable homes, difficulties getting refunds on rent deposits, and struggling to find new housing in a strained rental market. Read the rest of Renters Having Difficulties Finding New Homes After Hurricane Irma  » For more articles...
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Don’t Blame The Millennials: Seniors Who Age In Place May Be Contributing To Housing Recovery Issues

Don’t Blame The Millennials: Seniors Who Age In Place May Be Contributing To Housing Recovery Issues

The aging in place movement has prompted many seniors to look to the future and make changes so that they can remain in their homes and live full, uninterrupted lives. But even though the movement has allowed many seniors to have a better quality of life, it’s arguably had another unintentional effect: it may...
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