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With the unemployment rate at its lowest point in more than a half-century and an influx of jobs in the United States, it’s easy to assume the economy is booming, which, in turn, would benefit the housing market. Not so fast. Despite an influx of jobs, …
As the property values in the New York City area continue to rise, dozens of once ignored neighborhoods around the city are popping up on everyone’s radar as viable alternatives prospective homebuyers.
Nashville is strumming along to growth and development while becoming a major destination for tourists. The adverse effect: Skyrocketing housing costs. Nearly a quarter of homeowners and close to half of renters are paying more than they can afford for …
Minnesota has long been a great place to purchase a home and put down roots. But in recent years, a housing crisis is starting to emerge.
Massachusetts is home to some of the country’s largest and most expensive single-family home lots.
Because of changes made by Congress to the Federal tax code, many Kansas taxpayers can no longer take the deductions they have received for decades on their state income taxes.
Days on Market decreased 2.3 percent to 85 days. Months Supply of Inventory was up 3.8 percent to 5.5 months.
The City of Hayward is holding a community open house to educate residents about proposals to modify the City’s Residential Rent Stabilization Ordinance on Saturday, April 6, 2019. Participants will have the opportunity to provide input, which will be …
Families in the most populous county of Maryland are now a little safer, thanks to updated rules by the Montgomery County Council regarding household carbon monoxide detector requirements.
Realtor.com recently released their hottest markets list for 2019. Phoenix ranked No. 5 on the list and was the largest U.S. city to rank in the Top 10.