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Why This Is a Great Year to Sell Your Vacation Home

By |April 15th, 2021|Categories: For Sellers, Housing Market Updates, Luxury Market, Real Estate|

As vaccines are administered and travel resumes, many of us are beginning to plan for those long-awaited vacations we missed out on over the past year. Some households are focusing their efforts on buying a [...]

93% of Americans Believe a Home Is a Better Investment Than Stocks

By |April 14th, 2021|Categories: First Time Home Buyers, For Buyers, For Sellers, Move-Up Buyers, Real Estate, Rent vs. Buy|

A recent Survey of Consumer Finances study released by the Federal Reserve reveals the net worth of homeowners is forty times greater than that of renters. If you’re wondering if homeownership is a good investment, [...]

4 Major Reasons Households in Forbearance Won’t Lose Their Homes to Foreclosure

By |April 12th, 2021|Categories: Distressed Properties, Foreclosures, Housing Market Updates, Real Estate|

There has been a lot of discussion as to what will happen once the 2.3 million households currently in forbearance no longer have the protection of the program. Some assume there could potentially be millions [...]

Multigenerational Housing Is Gaining Momentum [INFOGRAPHIC]

By |April 9th, 2021|Categories: Baby Boomers, Demographics, For Buyers, For Sellers, Generation X, Housing Market Updates, Infographics, Millennials, Move-Up Buyers, Real Estate, Senior Market|

Some Highlights If your house is feeling a little cramped with the addition of adult children or aging parents, it might be time to consider a move-up into a multigenerational home that better suits your [...]

Latest Jobs Report: What Does It Mean for You & the Housing Market?

By |April 7th, 2021|Categories: For Buyers, For Sellers, Housing Market Updates, New Construction, Real Estate|

Last Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released a very encouraging jobs report. The economy gained 916,000 jobs in March – well above expert projections of 650,000 to 675,000. The unemployment rate fell again and [...]