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Short supply pushes Tampa home prices higher

This post was originally published on this site As with the rest of the nation, supply of homes for sale in Tampa is still tight. The number of new listings did increase, but given the higher sales pace, inventory is down nearly 5 percent from a year ago. “The new single family home for‐sale listings […]

Most and Least Affordable Cities for Millennials

This post was originally published on this siteA recent study showed that people are better off buying than renting in the majority of cities in the U.S. However, for many millennials living in the biggest cities in the country, that dream may never become a reality. Bloomberg’s recently released “Millennial Housing Affordability Index,” looked at […]

The 12 Most Patriotic States Are …

This post was originally published on this siteWhich states bleed red, white, and blue the most? While patriotism comes in many forms, the site WalletHub used eight key metrics to identify the most patriotic states based on military engagement, voting habits, and civil education requirements. The following states emerged as the most patriotic in WalletHub’s […]

Droughts Spur Landscape Remodels

This post was originally published on this siteRecent home purchases are triggering major landscape projects, according to the 2015 Houzz Landscaping & Garden Trends report. This survey analyzed 1,600 home owners who completed an outdoor project in the past 12 months, or are currently working on one, or are planning a project in the future. […]

Study: Speedy Internet Boosts Home Values

This post was originally published on this siteBroadband has become a home shopper’s must-have. In fact, the speed of Internet service is even having an influence on American’s biggest purchase: Their homes, The Wall Street Journal reports. Read more: The Internet of Things & Organized Real Estate Fiber-optic connections — the fastest type of high […]

How Much Does a House of Money Really Cost?

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This post was originally published on this siteHomes can be expensive, but just how much are they truly worth? The real estate brokerage Redfin set out to find out how expensive a house that was actually constructed from dollar bills.  Read more: Home Prices Are Accelerating To figure it out, Redfin researchers took into account […]

NAR: ‘Buyers Are Coming Back In Force’

This post was originally published on this siteHome buyer demand is strong, recent sales reports have confirmed. Existing-home sales in May soared to the highest mark since 2009 as new-home sales climbed to a seven-year high. What’s more, the demand is likely to stay strong: Pending contracts to buy existing homes reached a nine-year high […]

Joan Rivers’ apartment sold to Middle East royalty

This post was originally published on this site The four-bedroom, 4 ½-bathroom condominium spans the top three floors of the building at 1 E. 62nd St. Its ornate décor, soaring ceilings and gilded balcony prompted Rivers to joke, “It’s what Marie Antoinette would have done, if she had money.” The home was sold by Rivers’ […]

US housing stages ‘lopsided’ recovery

This post was originally published on this site The lasting legacy of the US housing crash has ranked at the top of the so-called “headwinds” that Federal Reserve policy makers such as Janet Yellen cite when discussing America’s economic prospects. A host of indicators are suggesting now that, even if the property market remains well […]

Manhattan real estate prices hit record

This post was originally published on this siteThe average sales price for a Manhattan apartment hit $1,872,000 in the second quarter—an all-time high, according to data from Douglas Elliman. The median sales price was the second highest of all time, at $980,000. The average co-op price hit a record $1.5 million and so did resales. […]