Mortgage, US Real Estate

The tide is turning as 'underwater' homes dry up

By Mike Wheatley | November 24, 2017
While most homeowners are enjoying seeing the value of their properties appreciate, there’s also good news for some of those who were previously underwater, or owing more on their mortgages than their homes are worth. New data from ATTOM Data Solutions’ third quarter 2017 Home Equity & Underwater report shows that there are now just […]
Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Software Apps, Real Estate Technology, US Real Estate

REscour is the Google Maps for real estate investors

By Mike Wheatley | October 31, 2017
Now, Atlanta-based REscour is available for real estate investors and brokers to zoom into markets not just to see the actual properties, but also information about those properties, as well as location-based news and more.
Investing, Real Estate Investing, Real Estate Technology, US Real Estate

Roofstock lands $35M funding round to expand its rental homes investor platform

By Mike Wheatley | October 11, 2017
Real estate investing startup Roofstock has just landed a significant $35 million Series C funding round led by Canvas Ventures
Smart Home Tech

Smart home tech isn't just for newer buildings

By Mike Wheatley | September 22, 2017
As well as traditional amenities like storage space, fitness centers, pools and rooftop gardens, some tenants are embracing smart home technology to help their properties stand out.
Real Estate Marketing, Real Estate Technology

Virtual Reality tech is set to become a key part of real estate marketing

By Mike Wheatley | August 10, 2017
The real estate sector is one of a handful of industries leading the charge where it comes to Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality technologies.
Rental Properties, US Real Estate

San Francisco to spend $44M on affordable housing for teachers

By Mike Wheatley | May 23, 2017
San Francisco is working to provide more affordable housing to the city's teachers, after a report warned that many are struggling to be able to pay their mortgages and rents
Rental Properties, US Real Estate, Zillow

Zillow study shows rents less affordable in minority areas

By Mike Wheatley | March 31, 2017
Monthly rent is a bigger financial burden for people living in predominantly black or Hispanic neighborhoods than it is in white neighborhoods
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