Realtors Market Minute Oct 22 2020

The economy continues to bounce back but is recovering at a moderate pace. While many economic indicators are clearly showing signs of improvement, it will take time to get back…

Realtors Market Minute Oct 15 2020

The macroeconomic data is encouraging as businesses report stronger results and increased optimism. The labor markets continue to heal as well, albeit at a slower pace. C.A.R. also released its…

Realtors Market Minute October 8 2020

The economic and market data for this week continues to paint a picture of an economy that is recovering, albeit at a slower pace than during the initial phase of…

Realtors Market Minute Oct 1 2020

More positive economic data was released this week on consumers, buyer demand, interest rates, and new home sales. However, the pace of growth in labor markets has decelerated significantly, new…

Realtors Market Minute Sept 24 2020

The breadth of the recovery is impressive with consumer spending picking up, unemployment claims dipping below 1 million for the second consecutive month, industrial production, small businesses more   optimistic, and…

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Boom Or Bust For Spring Homebuying?

  Home prices reached an all-time high in most markets in 2018. Homeowners benefitted greatly as a result, with their overall net wealth rising by a cool $1 trillion. A…

Existing-Home Sales See 6.4 Percent Drop in December

Jan 22 2019 National Association of Realtors WASHINGTON (January 22, 2019) – After two consecutive months of increases, existing-home sales declined in the month of December, according to the National…

Your Guide to Negotiating an Offer

 Your Guide to Negotiating an Offer W hat you need to know to get the best deal for you. When it comes to evaluating offers, what’s good for the goose…

6 Home Buying and Selling Myths People Believe

January 1, 2019 Home buyers and sellers may have false assumptions about the real estate transaction process, believing in myths that could rob them of a purchase opportunity or keep…