Realtor.com warns of lower housing inventories

A report from realtor.com suggests that housing shortages are likely to get worse over the next year. The blame is being placed on a “housing shift” that will result in less homes being listed for sale, making it tougher for buyers to find a suitable home, even though the current low mortgage rates mean that

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Existing home sales hit highest levels in a decade in 2016

The number of existing-home sales in 2016 ended at the highest level since the housing boom days, according to fresh data from the National Association of Realtors.

Home Sales & Inventories Bounce Back

Existing-home sales posted the first rise of the year in April as inventory levels of for-sale homes also showed improvement, the National Association of Realtors reports.

Four Things You Can Do To Make Buyers Want Your Home

Too many sellers assume that buyers will walk in and the decision will be an easy one. Not true. In fact, there are several factors that highlight to buyers why they shouldn’t buy the home. With inventory levels higher than average in most markets these days, how can sellers attract the positive attention they need to circumvent what little competition they will face in selling their homes?

China Finally Begins to See Nationwide Price Cuts for New Homes

Home buyers in China are finally seeing prices of new homes come down, as developers’ battle against increasing inventories and ever stricter government measures. The price drops were begun by one of the country’s largest real estate developers, China Vanke, who have lowered the prices of housing projects in Beijing and South Guangdong province, with

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US Housing Inventory Struggles with Lack of Attractive Homes

The US Housing inventory is finally falling after years of an oversupply of homes, but unfortunately this isn’t good news, and as a report in the Wall Street Journal points out it just highlights yet another problem, which is the lack of attractive homes for sale. At the end of September there were over 2.19

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MNS Publishes Septembers Manhattan Rental Market Report

MNS has just published the September edition of its monthly Manhattan rental market report, which is the only research on the city’s rental rates that is published on a monthly basis. This particular month is significant as it marks the three-year anniversary of the Lehman Brothers collapse and is a good opportunity to illustrate how Manhattan’s

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