Demand from brave buyers, scrambling for the few homes available in today’s housing market, continues to drive up prices by as much as 20 percent or more.
Real estate agents say the housing market is in the pink, healthy and growing, according to an ActiveRain survey of 2,430 real estate professionals, ‘Real Estate is Back.’
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Real Estate Agent Confidence Up On 2013 Housing Market
Remember, back in 2007, when the housing market tanked and members of the real estate industry blamed the media for too much ‘doom and gloom’?
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Media Serving Up More Positive Housing News, Thank You
Addressing discrimination during the housing market’s boom-bust period, a Fair Housing Act update specifically addresses loan servicing and financial assistance.
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Fair Housing Rules Updated to Address Bust-Boom Era Discrimination
There is no doubt that the residential housing market gained momentum in 2012. As the New Year begins with mortgage rates remaining low, it is expected that this movement towards recovery will continue to bring improvements that will filter down into other areas of the economy. This past week, data reflected that, even though housing has entered its slow season, this sector is still experiencing gains in both sales and values.
New Year Begins with Mortgage Rates Remaining Low
What is your outlook for the housing market? We have seen prices jump recently and I was wondering if you think this will be a trend in 2013.
Is Home Buying a Safe 2013 Investment?
Home prices are rising, interest rates are stuck at record lows, employment is improving and the economy is growing – albeit slowly. That all bodes well for the nation’s housing market in 2013
Freddie Mac Bullish on 2013 Housing Market
The housing market is steadily recovering, which is fueling demands for real estate agents’ and Realtors’ services. As the market heats up, individuals in these professions will likely find they need the best tools to stay connected with prospective buyers and sellers, as timing is critical to closing deals.
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eVoice® Helps Real Estate Agents and Realtors Close the Door on More Sales
The dynamic and ever-changing housing market has experienced a shift in demographic over the last few years. First, as the housing market felt the shock of the bubble burst all-cash buyers entered the scene and first-time buyers held back, waiting out the market hitting bottom.
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Real Estate Outlook: Ever-changing Housing Market
The housing market has returned to life this year as improvements continue to be seen in a variety of sectors. With the third quarter behind us, consumer attitudes have changed for the better as shown by the Thomson Reuters/University of Michigan preliminary reading of consumer sentiment which came in at 84.9, the highest level in five years.