Inflation, Ukraine and climate change are the 3 biggest trends impacting real estate in 2022

The Urban Institute and PwC have just published their 2022 Global Emerging Trends in Real Estate report and it makes for an interesting read. The report is based on interviews with nearly 30 experts and investors in the real estate industry, and identifies three issues that are currently at the top of people’s minds and

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3 Post-Pandemic Real Estate Trends That Are Here to Stay

The real estate industry is one of the top industries that have been impacted by the pandemic. To make home buying and selling more accessible while adhering to CDC guidelines, realtors have sought new effective methods to show properties virtually. However, even post-pandemic, these trends are so convenient for modern buyers they might just be

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Current Trends in the Real Estate Industry

The real estate industry has been in disarray since the pandemic began wreaking havoc on the economy and pretty much everything else in its path. Home prices are rising, interest rates are declining, and the industry as a whole looks a whole lot different than it did before COVID-19. Let’s take a look at some

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7 Upcoming Trends That Will Impact the Real Estate Market

It is almost the end of 2020, and a lot of happenings recently pose challenges in the economy. There is an evident downfall in the real estate industry. Still, these challenging times also proved that realtors could be more resourceful and innovative, looking for ways to alleviate the real estate market. As part of the

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The pandemic has forced millions of young people to move back home

Millions of young adults have moved back home with mom and dad since the COVID-19 pandemic began, and now, the majority of 18-to-29 year olds are said to be living with their parents. That surpasses a previous peak that was set during the Great Depression, the Pew Research Center reported. The survey by Pew found

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Granny Flats are growing in popularity due to the housing crunch, study finds

The number of accessory dwelling units in the U.S. has increased dramatically as a result of the housing inventory crunch, especially in high-cost areas where populations have risen significantly over the last decade, according to a new Freddie Mac study. The research found there are 1.4 million ADUs in the U.S., which include granny flats,

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What tends to increase the real estate prices in a region?

The cost of real estate can be called one of the most pressing topics of concern to residents in the world. Apartment prices are regularly discussed both by professional participants in the real estate market in offices and by ordinary people sitting with friends or colleagues over a cup of coffee. And this issue does

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No. of cohabiting, unmarried couples rises in the U.S.

The number of Americans living with an unmarried partner has doubled since 1993, and though the numbers are still small, the increase is significant as it represents a major shift in living arrangements, experts say. Moreover, those unmarried couples are increasingly moving into homeownership. Some 7% of Americans now live with an unmarried partner, up

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Telecommuting is changing real estate

The rise of telecommuting, with increasing numbers of people being able to work from their homes, is having a big impact on their real estate demands, according to a report in the New York Times. The Times cites Bureau of Labor data that shows around 24% of employed people in the U.S. worked at home

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The Latest Real Estate Trends in Memphis Tennessee

No one can predict what will happen in the housing market for 2019. If you have some money, then you can jump into the real estate market game with a more educated guess. The upcoming trends for Memphis, Tennessee tend to go at a slower pace. This is marked by the job market and how

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