Covid-19 vaccine rollout could lead to higher inventories and lower prices

Covid-19 vaccines are now being rolled out in the U.S., and their introduction could soon impact on the trajectory of the housing market, experts say. Some say that more housing inventory will arrive on the market in the coming months as the vaccination campaign gathers momentum. They believe that many would-be home sellers are delaying

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Here’s how long it takes for your credit to recover after buying a home

It takes around 11 months for a consumer’s credit score to recover after purchasing a home, a new study by online loan marketplace LendingTree has found. When a consumer buys a home, their credit score drops by an average of 15 points, but only after 160 days, or just over five months. That’s because it

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Homeowners start counting the cost of Hurricane Florence

Residents of affected areas are now starting to count the cost of the damage as the storm slowly dissipates

How wildfires are impacting California’s real estate markets

A total of 18 wildfires have spread throughout California this week, scorching an area larger than the city of Los Angeles, officials said on Wednesday

The impact of public art on real estate values

Experts are linking public art to construction booms and price increases in residential real estate. With mounting evidence of this link arising, city planners and developers are looking to integrate

Study shows link between Airbnb and rising home prices

Home sharing website Airbnb has a direct impact on home prices and rental rates, according to an unpublished research paper seen by the Wall Street Journal.

Zillow says the U.S. could suffer another major recession within just 3 years

Zillow says it believes there’s a 73 percent chance that the next U.S. recession will begin by the end of 2020

What impact will President Trump have on housing markets?

President-elect Donald Trump’s shock election victory last night could have a positive impact on the residential housing market

The impact of better-educated immigrants on housing

A new report in Bloomberg highlights one of the less noticeable, but most significant factors that’s impacting the current shortage of cheap labor, and indirectly, also affecting the shortage of affordable housing

How the Presidential Elections are influencing the housing market

With such a tense presidential election campaign, is it possible that the real estate industry’s recovery could be destabilized?

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