Protecting Your Real Estate Assets Legally



If you are invested in real estate, you should be aware that you have a higher risk of becoming the target of a lawsuit in our litigious society. In 2015 there were more than 15.3 million civil court cases

Millennials Opting for Apartments



Those who constitute as millennials differ but according to Census bureau, it is those born between 1982 and 2002, though most prefer to place the cut off age at 2000.

Zillow is planning to buy up homes, do them up and sell them on



Real estate listings platform Zillow says it’s planning to buy and sell homes in the Las Vegas and Phoenix areas as part of a major change to its business model.

Real Estate Bubble Discussion with Clayton Morris



I recently spoke with Clayton Morris, president of Morris Invest, on a podcast about the subject of ARE WE IN A HOUSING BUBBLE?

U.S. has more multi-generational households than ever before



The number of generations living under one roof in the U.S. is growing, according to new analysis from the Pew Research Center.

Atlanta Is Home to Some of The Priciest Zip Codes in The State



Although rent prices have flatlined across the country this past year, renters living in smaller cities might have noticed their rents going up considerably.

Home rentals growing faster than apartments



Construction of apartments in the multifamily home sector has really taken off over the last decade, but single-family homes were still the fastest-growing type of rental

CoreLogic: Mortgage delinquencies spike following natural disasters



Natural disasters such as wildfires, flooding and hurricanes are having a considerable impact on mortgage delinquencies, according to new research from real estate analytics firm CoreLogic.

Knotel lands $70M funding to build more agile workspaces



Agile workspaces startup Knotel says it’s just closed on a whopping $70 million Series B round of financing. The round was led by Newmark Knight Frank and The Sapir Organization,

Home buyers growing increasingly desperate as inventory whittles away



A growing number of home shoppers are becoming so frustrated with today’s seller’s market that they’re making more aggressive moves in order to find a property that meets their requirements.

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