Engel & Völkers Group

Founded in Hamburg, Germany in 1977, Engel & Völkers draws on its rich European history to deliver a fresh approach to luxury real estate in the Americas.

Cash-rich Investors spent record amounts on U.S. homes in Q3

Investors have been throwing record-breaking amounts of cash into real estate, spending $63.6 billion on U.S. homes in the third quarter – up 78% from a year ago, according to a new Redfin study published this week. The report found investors bought a combined 90,215 homes in Q3, up 80.2% from the same period one

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Ask Brian: What Will Residential Real Estate Do After COVID-19?

Ask Brian is a weekly column by Real Estate Expert Brian Kline. If you have questions on real estate investing, DIY, home buying/selling, or other housing inquiries please email your questions to [email protected] Question from Ali in KS: Hi Brian, I just can’t decide what to do about investing in today’s real estate market. I’ve

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U.S. Residential Real Estate Today

Eight years later, people continue to persistently talk about the Great Recession and the residential real estate melt down. Hopefully this keen hindsight will help prevent a repeat.

Strategies for Getting a Real Estate Offer Accepted

In many of today’s residential real estate markets the sellers are in control. When inventories are low and prices are going up it’s a sellers’ market. That’s when buyers need to tighten their strategy to get an offer accepted. When buying a home, a car, or any other major purchase, your primary strategy is understanding

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How Much is Your Home Worth? 5 Points for Selling

Your neighbor’s house just sold, and for way more than you expected. Since you’ve been kicking around the idea of putting your house on the market and moving closer to Mom, you start envisioning the moving truck out front. Can you sell your home for what you want, or need, to net? Contact a local

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RE/MAX Realtor Erica West Illustrates Why Credit Scores Still Count for Seniors

Many seniors whose mortgages are paid off, are retired and don’t expect to borrow money at this phase of their life assume their credit score no longer matters. “However, this is simply not true, and good credit can be a key factor in how you live out the rest of your days,” said RE/MAX Sun

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Home buyers head for the suburbs as urban prices skyrocket

Real estate analytics provider Redfin says homebuyers are moving further away from city centers, in spite of a resurgence of interest in downtown living.

Sustainable Residential Real Estate in 2016

The year 2016 is almost certain to be the year of normalcy in residential real estate. Real estate focused businesses such as Corelogic, Zillow, Redfin, and National Association of Realtors, have slightly varying numbers but numbers and opinions that are not far apart. All agree that there will be a limited increase in the sale

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Home sales improve, but first-time buyers still struggle

Next year will be a big one for the residential real estate industry with home sales increasing to 5.5 million units, up from 5.3 million units this year, according to the National Association of Realtor’s Chief Economist Lawrence Yun.

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