NBC News' Simone Boyce takes an in-depth look at the rise of built-to-rent properties in suburban areas as the housing market makes it increasingly difficult for low-income families to buy.
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Million Dollar Listing 's Fredrik Eklund Is Renting Out His L.A. Home for $65K a Month — See Inside!
"It's like living inside a Hollywood dream and now it's time to let the next family enjoy it," Fredrik Eklund tells PEOPLE
Million Dollar Listing New York star Ryan Serhant is listing the high-profile pad, which would be the second most expensive apartment sale in New York history
A hot real estate market can work both ways. Typically, rising prices reflect the improving dynamics of an underlying city, whether from growing employment, rising wages or other factors that increase...
- South Florida Sun Sentinel
Researchers are urging Florida homebuyers to consider renting while they wait for the state’s overheated market to cool as soaring prices in South Florida hit records in June. Statewide, they say, homes are overvalued by 21.76%. creating a risk that buyers could get stuck with overpriced homes for significant periods of time until prices eventually ease. “The across-the-board increase in the ...
- Yahoo Finance
Historical data suggests housing prices are very overvalued at the moment, according to Oxford Economics.
- House Beautiful
The home features amenities like a private art studio, a wrap around observation deck, and stainless steel appliances.
- Better Homes & Gardens
If you're considering buying among the bidding wars of the 2021 housing market, you might feel intimidated. But there are great reasons to still buy that dream house.
- Business Insider Video
Hong Kong has the most expensive housing market in the world. Rent is so high, many can only afford to live in subdivided apartments known as "coffin homes." But the problem isn't land scarcity.
The home buying process can be intimidating and complicated, so it's not surprising that people who are not currently homeowners don't fully understand how it works and how much it truly costs. And...
Ideally, if you're looking to call an agent, you should have the necessary financial considerations covered and be ready to show your home within weeks. First impressions are vital in real estate, so don't risk a weak entrance to the market. Before you contract a real estate agent, your first step is to learn what mortgage options are available to you.
The only way to solve the nation’s affordability crisis is to build more homes, writes Chuck Fowke. Here's how to make that happen.
- Yahoo Finance
Existing home sales rose 1.4% to a seasonally adjusted 5.86 million in June, from a month earlier, according to the National Association of Realtors (NAR).
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
“We need as many rooftops as we can get.”
- Motley Fool
Real estate technology company Redfin (NASDAQ: RDFN) is in the process of rebuilding this multitrillion-dollar industry around the consumer. With a modest market cap and enormous growth potential, let's explore why Redfin's fresh approach to home buying could make it a home run for investors. Consumers rely on real estate agents, banks, and lawyers to get into a new house, and each party takes their pound of flesh along the way.
You've been searching for a new home for a while now, but you keep getting outbid. The process is beyond frustrating -- i.e., find a property you're excited about, make an offer, lose to another...
The tragedy in Surfside, Fla., has been a wake-up call for Americans living in multifamily buildings across the country.
- Idaho Statesman
“We’ve had a lot of inquiries. Everyone seems to want to be located in Boise these days.”
MARKETWATCH PREMIUM Shares of real estate investment trusts have soared this year as the economy has been recovering from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic. Because of the recent spike in delta-variant infections, we’re not out of the woods yet.
- Idaho Statesman
Here’s a look at what changes are coming to Southwest Boise.
- Tampa Bay Times, St. Petersburg, Fla.
After recent month-to-month sales declines in Tampa Bay and nationwide, which were widely blamed on the lack of homes for sale, both sales and listings were up in June, according to new numbers released Thursday. Nationally, sales of single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and co-ops were up 1.4 percent from May to June, according to the National Association of Realtors, and were up ...