In the first quarter of 2020, home flipping reached its highest level since 2006, with flips representing 7.5% of all new home sales during that period.
As the market becomes more competitive, having a clean, updated and highly qualified targeted list is more important now than ever.
Here are our top picks of quirky things we've recently spotted in the residential real estate industry.
The real estate market, like most major facets of the economy, goes through ups and downs, yet follows a predictable path.
As of August 24th, the CARES (Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security) Act, which protected unemployed workers from eviction, expired.
Today, real estate investors can follow in Andrew Carnegie’s footsteps if they invest not just in land and buildings but in connecting with strategic partners.
With the right tools, though, all of this data is a mere click or tap away. Here are two key ways real estate agents can use data to gain valuable advantages.
In June 2020, according to Bankrate, 17% of mortgage experts predicted that rates will drop even lower, but 42% predict they will stay the same or climb slightly higher.
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Here’s a quick overview of the differences and some information to help you make the best decision for your real estate business.
Whether the general market is in a boom or bust, access to the right data can help you identify the "markets within markets," ...
First-time buyers are roughly a third of all homebuyers, according to this report. Today's first-time homeowner's median age is 33.
A few smart strategies, as well as the right technology, can give real estate brokers immediate access to detailed data about homes, neighborhoods, and regions.
COVID-19 and its aftermath will also change how and where people live and what they are looking for in their next home.
The right mobile app is easy to use and will simplify your property search, while delivering the information needed to make informed decisions quickly.
In June 2020, the National Bureau for Economic Research confirmed what most of us already suspected: the 2020 Recession is officially underway.
The COVID-19 pandemic has prompted even more consumers to spend time online, and real estate brokers and agents are finding new and creative ways to use social media to showcase homes.
Even if your local market is still hot, you’ve likely had to work around social distancing safety measures and make use of online tools to market your listings.
While all indications point to the conclusion that the 2020 Recession has already begun, the real estate industry has reasons to be optimistic.
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If you’ve been relying on old-school marketing to find renters for your multifamily properties, this is the year to up your game.
COVID-19 has dramatically impacted the global economy, and American real estate markets are no exception.
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