The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), along with the Veterans Administration (VA) have pledged to assist 2,000 homeless vets transition into permanent homes. Read our latest blog post for more information.
Category: Housing News
The demand for 55+ housing has grown dramatically, and, according to the NAHB, is now higher than ever. Read our latest blog post for details on this housing trend.
Could we see more home purchases this year, as rents rise and mortgage rates remain low? Perhaps. Read more about this and other financial trends that we could see in 2015.
The cost of renting is rapidly increasing throughout the nation. Recent reports reveal that renters in the U.S. paid $20.6 billion more in 2014. Find out why the cost of renting has skyrocketed lately and explore the benefits of buying a home in our latest blog post.
Pending home sales in the U.S. improved slightly in November, according to the latest data released from the National Association of Realtors. Read our latest blog post for more information.
Younger home buyers are beginning to have a larger presence in the U.S. housing market as economic improvements pave the way for a more robust 2015.
Our latest blog post explores the practice of crowdfunding and how it relates to and benefits real estate. From equity crowdfunding to reward based crowdfunding, this practice has become more popular in real estate over the years.
The median home size has been getting smaller over the last few quarters, signaling a higher demand for more compact, less expensive housing. Read more in our latest blog post.
What will 2015 bring to the housing market? Some analysts predict continuing low mortgage rates, more real estate inventory and more Millennials entering the market.
From our nation's capital to Silicon Valley and several places in between, the top 10 housing markets to watch in 2015 boast higher home sales, improved employment and new construction. Read our latest blog post for details.