As the new year gets underway, we turn our attention to trends that shape the real estate landscape.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) show saw all kinds of new and freaky gadgets, from smart hairbrushes to automated toasters. Not everyone needs them of course, but this kind of out-the-box thinking is what drives innovation.
White-on-white kitchens and shiplap were two of the dominant trends in the home design scene in recent years, but experts say they’ll be going out the window in 2017.
Velvet, jewel tones, white marble and built-in bars are all forecast to be the biggest home design trends for 2017,
Homes will “fly” off the market in 2017 as new next-generation technologies help to speed up the real estate transaction process like never before in 2017, Redfin predicts.
A New Year brings new opportunities, and that’s certainly true if you’re looking to sell or buy a home in 2017. But what exactly does the year ahead have in store for housing?
President-elect Donald Trump’s new policies will likely have both positive and negative effects on the housing market, according to new analysis by Zillow Group. In its newly published predictions for 2017, Zillow says that recent trends will reverse course as the housing market’s economic recovery enters a new stage. Renting will become more affordable, more […]