iBuying transactions fall by half as traditional home sales accelerate

Home sales might be up during the COVID-19 pandemic, but iBuying companies are still suffering from a lack of activity. Indeed, it’s looking likely that the market share of iBuying activity will be around 50% less than what it was in 2019, according to one analyst. iBuyer companies such as Opendoor operate a business model

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Fewer first-time buyers are married

The declining rate of marriage in the U.S. means that married couples no longer dominate the first time buyer landscape like they used to. Instead, many first time buyers are going it alone, while others are even partnering with friends in order to get a foot on the property ladder, according to new data from

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