A group of top economists said they expect the U.S. economy to continue expanding next year while projecting real estate prices will rise and reiterating that a recession remains unlikely. https://t.co/IujccL1Gb9 via @builderonline #NARForecastSummit
South and Midwest Regions are Gaining Larger Share of Homebuyers: The South and Midwest regions have accounted for an increasing fraction of existing home sales since 2012 while the shares of the North and West regions have declined. https://t.co/xLlMKTbifM
According to the National Association of Realtors, there are a handful of markets that are expected to rise above the rest over the next half-decade or so in terms of performance. https://t.co/SLZS06T80F via @HousingWire #NARForecastSummit
October 2019 Existing & Pending Home Sales: Both home sales and prices rose in October. Inventory is down and has been falling for four months, leading to higher prices. https://t.co/eLVpS7q3O0 #NAREHS #NARPHS https://t.co/bDwvlDFCYS
The National Association of Realtors (NAR) has released a list of 10 housing markets that is expects to outperform the rest of the rest of the nation during the coming three to five years. https://t.co/rwXSuzKog4 via @NatlMortgagePro #NARForecastSummit
Lawrence Yun, chief economist at the National Association of Realtors, tells Bloomberg Radio’s @News_Denise which residential real estate markets could be hot and why. https://t.co/JEs9jLRtwk via @BloombergRadio
The total amount of money spent on rent nationwide over the past 10 years is higher than the GDP of Germany (a shade less than $4 trillion in 2018), the world’s fourth-largest national economy. Total rent paid... https://t.co/TZ0nm4J4Bk
According to research from @zillow, 40% of real estate agents say that houses with a No. 13 address are known to cause resistance among buyers, & that sellers often have to lower prices as a result. #Fridaythe13th Learn more about home buying with #WSFSiQ https://t.co/xzPFsUUzrM
@semp_KAG It's worth a look around on Zillow at least; just take the values with a grain of salt. If you find something appealing, you can often use free county websites to research the chain of title..ya know..to make sure they didn't build on a graveyard.
Think there's a short of real estate income potential in the US? There's enough of the rental real estate properties for everyone!!
U.S. Renters Paid $4.5 Trillion in Rent in the 2010s https://t.co/eFCjK0h9Ha
U.S. Renters Paid $4.5 Trillion in Rent in the 2010s: All-in-all, U.S. renters paid roughly $4.5 trillion in rent during the 2010s, more than the 2018 GDP of Germany. The post U.S. Renters Paid $4.5 Trillion in Rent in the 2010s appeared first on Zillow… https://t.co/yVVdFr4kST