About a half-million L.A. County residents are at risk of eviction when the state's moratorium on eviction expires at the end of September. Kristine Lazar reports.
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Buying a house isn’t what it used to be—and in many ways, that’s a good thing (see: The Big Short ). But if you’re thinking of listing your home to take advantage of...
You need to know where to look and what to expect if you're not shopping right now, two real estate economists say.
- House Beautiful
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The enduring success of The CW’s “Riverdale” series, now in its sixth season, has helped spawn many a millionaire thespian; over the last year, stars Camila Mendes, Madelaine Petsch and Lili Reinhart have all bought pricey Los Angeles homes to match their ascendant industry status. Now they’re joined in the real estate game by co-star […]
Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel have put their sprawling, 13,530-square-foot Spanish villa on the market. Located just off Mulholland Drive, the home is now available for $35 million.
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If you're having a hard time grappling with a rent increase, here are a few moves worth making. Reminding your landlord that you're a great tenant who's quiet and clean -- and pays rent on time -- could help you avoid a major increase. Real estate taxes are going up as property values increase, and it's getting more expensive to maintain rental units and pay for utilities.
- The New York Times
Terrell McCallum, a private wealth adviser in Dallas, spends a lot of time thinking about markets and interest rates. He knows that the Federal Reserve targets 2% annual price increases on average, so it was a shock when he learned that his rent would increase a whopping 10% this year. “I can afford it, but it gets to the brink of financial burden,” said McCallum, 33. He and his wife have been saving up for their first home, but now that they are paying $1,830 for their apartment and fees, that
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At several points during the pandemic, the demand for second homes soared. In August, the demand for second homes dropped 19.3% from the previous year, according to Redfin. In fact, sales of vacation homes made up 6.7% of overall existing home sales between January and April of 2021.
- USA TODAY
Buying a house is hard enough but relocating from one part of the country to another in a competitive seller’s market makes the process even tougher.
- Miami Herald
I have spoken these past 18 months about the unprecedented country-wide migration to South Florida caused by COVID-19. Buyers from New York, California and the Midwest suddenly had the ability to work remotely from anywhere, and many reacted by snapping up single-family homes throughout sunny, tropical South Florida, seeking outdoor space, swimming pools, in-home offices, warmer weather and Florida’s tax benefits.
- The Week
It doesn't hurt to look!
- American City Business Journals
A developing issue? Why inventory, pricing and supply shortages are giving home builders, developers heartburn (PHOTOS)
Materials prices force builders to delay listing homes they are finishing, which only exacerbates limited supplies that are helping fuel the seller's market.
- Yahoo Finance Canada
The Canadian Real Estate Association says real estate sales and prices went up in September.
- Kansas City Star
When looking to sell your home quickly in lieu of the traditional, lengthy home selling process, Archway Homes is the one to call.
Representatives from 10 Chinese property companies met government regulators to ask for an "appropriate loosening" on policy restrictions, financial news outlet Yicai reported late on Friday. In the meeting, senior executives urged authorities to loosen regulations with the goals of stabilizing market expectations, providing support for genuine home buyers rather than speculators and making adjustments in land prices, Yicai reported, citing unnamed people in attendance. The meeting was attended by senior executives from developers including China Vanke Co Ltd and Sunac Holdings, along with the Director of the Real Estate Department of the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development and the Director of the China Real Estate Association (CREA), Yicai reported.
- Washington Post
Two years ago, Kimberly De La Cruz, a single mother of two sons in Las Vegas, was swimming in $40,000 of credit card debt and living paycheck to paycheck. Her credit scores languished in the 560 range. And she had zero savings. Yet De La Cruz, now 32, dreamed of becoming a homeowner.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the most important and interesting stories from The Washington Post. Like many millennials with moderate incomes - women especially - she found the challenge of qualifying fo
- Better Homes & Gardens
In this competitive housing market, some buyers are waiving home inspections to boost the chances of their offer being accepted. Experts weigh in on why this tactic could be more costly than you think.
- Yahoo Life UK
This incredible building is being restored - and it's available for rent.
- American City Business Journals
A Luby's restaurant in North Austin could soon be transformed into a multifamily development. Ardent Residential is working on rezoning the site off North MoPac Expressway to MF-6, which is the highest-density multifamily zoning category.
A home-buying competition in Shelby County, Tennessee could mean further displacement of Black locals and a deepening of the Black-white […] The post Home buying competition from investors could impact the Black-white wealth gap in Shelby County appeared first on TheGrio.