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A Look at San Diego's Fizzling Real Estate Market

By Phil Butler | October 22, 2022
The San Diego real estate market is being hit with a triple whammy. A real recession, on top of an inflated housing boom, can only lead to a market fizzle.
Jerome Powell
Featured News

Expect An Interest Rate Hike After Today’s Federal Reserve Inflation Data

By Phil Butler | June 10, 2021
Will today's Federal Reserve inflation data lead to increased interest rates and a slowdown of economic easing?
Featured News, International, US Real Estate

Costa Rica is a haven for U.S. retirees

By Mike Wheatley | June 9, 2016
Consistently voted as one of the favorite countries to retire in, Costa Rica shows no signs of losing interest among American retirees.
Featured News, US Real Estate

Top 10 Cities for Raising Children

By Brian Kline | March 3, 2014
What do you look for when raising a family? A 2014 study based on data from Census Bureau, Center for Regional Economic Competitiveness, National Association of Home Builders, FBI, and Greatschools.org., looked at the following criteria:
World Cities
Real Estate Resource

The Cheapest Cities to Live [infographic]

By Rhett Butler | March 10, 2013
For a little better understanding of the global real estate picture, and to compare some key markets against one another, Realty Biz News found the cool interactive graphic below from Residential Land.
Market Watch, US Real Estate

Market Watch Kennebunkport - Playground of The Elite

By Anita Cooper | December 30, 2011
Although Kennebunkport, Maine is a small town of about 1,400 people, its size belies the number of notable persons among its citizenry. For example, few people are unaware that it’s the summer home of ex President George H.W. Bush, but it's unlikely that many realize it’s also the home of Wiley Miller, creator of the […]
US Real Estate

Rental Property Developers in Vermont Face Huge Obstacles

By Tavis J. Hampton | April 22, 2011
Developers in Vermont are facing an uphill battle trying to build new rental properties, according to a new report by the Vermont Housing Finance Agency.  The obstacles are many, and fixing the problem will be a difficult exercise. In Vermont, a two-bedroom apartment runs about $990 per month (7 percent higher than a year earlier […]
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