Foreign investment in U.S. real estate hits record high of $7.48 billion

Foreign investment into the U.S. luxury residential real estate market has jumped to a new record high of $7.48 billion, with Miami, Manhattan and Los Angeles proving to be the most attractive locations, according to a report by Beauchamp

U.S. homes are worth a combined $31.8 trillion

The total value of all of the homes in the U.S. has appreciated by more than $2 trillion in the last year, hitting $31.8 trillion overall.

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.

Foreign buyers spent $153 billion on U.S. real estate in 2016

Foreign investment in U.S. real estate has hit a new high, with the amount of cash being invested from overseas growing by 49 percent over the past year

Negative equity continues to dog real estate markets

There are fewer homeowners underwater on their mortgages, but more than half of those who remain underwater owe at least 20 percent more than their homes are worth

NAR’s Yun predicts the next decade in housing

National Association of Realtors’ chief economist Lawrence Yun predicts housing demand over the next ten years

Report: Florida, Texas and Tennessee markets see fastest home value appreciation

The nation’s fastest-growing home values are no longer in their traditional California markets, having shifted to markets in Florida, Texas and Tennessee, according to Zillow’s latest Real Estate Market Report.

Most expensive U.S. home ever goes on sale at $250 million

Billionaire property developer Bruce Makowsky’s new Bel Air Calif., mansion has set a new record for the most expensive home ever listed in the U.S., commanding a whopping $250 million price tag.

U.S. homes worth a combined $29.6 Trillion in 2016

The total value of the U.S. housing stock grew to a record-high $29.6 trillion in 2016, according to a new Zillow analysis.

Brexit has not had a major impact on U.S. mortgage rates, so far

Research firms are predicting that Brexit will have little impact on the U.S. housing market, and will not lead to a lowering of mortgage rates.

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