Neighborhood vibe often counts more than the home itself

A neighborhood’s vibe is a significant factor in almost every home buyers’ decision making process, with almost 9 in 10 consumers rating it as a “top consideration”.

ATTOM Data Solutions buys Onboard Informatics for its neighborhood data

Real estate data provider ATTOM Data Solutions has acquired a company called Onboard Informatics, which provides neighborhood data as well as data-enabled products to real estate industry companies.

Use this service to check the ‘walkability’ of your neighborhood

As Americans place increasingly greater value on homes in locations that don’t require a daily commute, Walk Score’s platform for measuring the “walkability” of different communities is providing to be an incredibly useful tool for prospective buyers.

Trulia home buying survey highlights importance of living in an idyllic neighborhood

With the real estate industry entering peak buying season, potential house shoppers are beginning to make lists of essential features a home must have.

Prime Real Estate: 5 Things To Look For In A New Home

House hunting is an exciting process, but after a while it can start to become overwhelming. There are so many different aspects to consider when looking for a new home. While you’ll probably have to make compromises with every home,

Obama family voted as America’s most desirable celebrity neighbors

Americans would most like to be neighbors with the Obamas in 2017, according to the 10th annual Zillow Celebrity Neighbor Survey.

Is immigration the key to eliminating neighborhood blight?

A report has been published that suggests immigrants could be vital to helping blighted neighborhoods recover, but it seems their potential is being ignored by those in authority.

4 Ways the Design of a Neighborhood Affects Real Estate Values

We know that lots of factors affect property values, but some are less obvious than others and knowing about them can be helpful in improving and creating neighborhoods. Here are four design elements that are often overlooked.

Deciding the “Where” of Buying a Home

Buying a home involves many crucial decisions, not the least of which is the “where” of your new home’s characteristics. Choosing the area and neighborhood you buy a home in may be the most critical decision any home buyer can make. RealtyBizNews suggests some variables to consider when considering where your next home will be.

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