Wednesday
February 10, 2016

News & Commentary: Daily News Articles

  • 06/13/2014
    In Los Angeles, the luxury market may start at $4 million, while in Houston, luxury’s price tag may come at a much lower rate, starting at $1 million, according to real estate panelists at the National Association of Real Estate Editors’ conference. 
  • 06/13/2014
    The baby boomers’ housing choices could have significant implications for the housing market. As this large generation reaches retirement age and empty their nests, will they abandon their preferences for detached, single-family houses? 
  • 06/13/2014
    The Veterans Affairs loan program – which has long been saddled with low participation rates – is garnering more attention. 
  • 06/13/2014
    Home owners who already own larger homes are more likely to add additional space through remodeling and expansion projects, according to a recent survey.
  • 06/12/2014
    More Americans say they want to live near city centers, but in some cases, it costs three times as much to live in the urban core than the suburbs.
  • 06/12/2014
    New condo towers are popping up in metros across the country, from New York to Los Angeles, as developers are betting on the return of the "riskiest type of residential real estate," Bloomberg reports.
  • 06/12/2014
    About 62 percent of single-family builders say they expect that more than 60 percent of their projects will be green by 2018, according to a new survey.
  • 06/12/2014
    A new study shows that about 40 percent of young adults would be willing to do their banking, including getting a mortgage, with non-bank technology players such as Google, Amazon, or Apple.
  • 06/12/2014
    Nerdwallet recently crunched the neighbors to find the best cities for women in the workforce based on their median earnings in each city.
  • 06/12/2014
    Many real estate agents dread having to talk to clients about a price reduction, but if they approach the conversation strategically, they can create loyal clients and achieve the price adjustment.