Buyers relocating South drive up Florida’s luxury real estate markets



With more buyers relocating from the north of the U.S. to the south, two counties in Florida have topped the country’s list of fastest-growing luxury real estate markets.

George Soros warns of impending financial crisis



Billionaire investor George Soros is warning that the world could be set to enter a new financial crisis due to U.S. dollar surges and capital flight from emerging markets.

Report: Housing affordability crisis growing worse in 2018



Houses are becoming more unaffordable across the country, not just in the coastal markets. According to new data from ATTOM Data Solutions, the median home price was not affordable to the average wage earner in 68 percent

Red Hot Real Estate Markets to Watch in 2018



Real estate is on the rebound as the American economy improves and Millennials start to buy their first homes and form families. An aging and decreasingly mobile population is altering the real estate market in its own way. Here are three red hot real estate market trends to watch in 2018. Softening in the Hottest […]

Consolidation likely in real estate as smaller players struggle to compete



Smaller and privately-owned real estate firms struggling with the rising costs of technology are increasingly looking at mergers with larger companies in order to remain competitive.

U.S. commercial real estate markets display solid growth



Commercial real estate brokerage firm NAI Global says the U.S. retail, office and industrial real estate markets saw healthy demand in the second quarter 2017. Rising rental rates

Falling fertility rates could lead to smaller homes



Fertility rates in the U.S. have fallen to their lowest level since records begun, and that means big changes in the future of residential real estate, according to one report.

Major property markets are “overheating”, industry experts warn



Real estate industry analysts have voiced concerns that home values in some of the nation’s biggest property markets are “overheating”, with big consequences for affordability in those areas.

More New Norms for US Real Estate Market



A macro look at the U.S. and global economies indicates the US real estate markets are remaining stable and should do the same for at least six months to two years. Or until an unforeseen major economic event occurs.

Renters in Seattle, Los Angeles, and Boston need biggest income boost to keep up with rising rents



Renters living in Seattle, Los Angeles, and Boston need the biggest income increases in 2017 to keep up with rising rents

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