Everything you need to know aboutReal Estate News

Aly J. Yale
- 2 min read

Checking in on housing inventory: Are things finally looking up for buyers?

Housing inventory is finally on the rise. According to new data, January saw for-sale inventory jump 1.2 percent over December, marking the first time in half a decade that has happened. The last time a calendar year kicked off with an increase in inventory was 2014.

Aly J. Yale
- 2 min read

Are tiny homes on trend? Data shows they might not be so practical after all

Tiny homes are often billed as the new big trend in real estate, but according to data, that just isn’t the case. In fact, tiny homes only made up a mere 2.1 percent of all New York City sales in the last eight years — and that’s the highest share of all major cities in the country.

Aly J. Yale
- 2 min read

Looking to sell a home? Try this iBuyer marketplace to strike the best deal

For the past few years, iBuyers like Opendoor, Offerpad and other similar platforms have been simplifying the sales process for homeowners across the country, offering easy, instant cash offers, without all the hassle and headache of the open market.
Now, with the launch of a new online marketplace, sellers can do more than just utilize iBuyers to sell their homes; they can actually compare the offers of more than 100 iBuyers in one single place, too.

Aly J. Yale
- 2 min read

First-time homebuyers: This central U.S. makes it easiest to buy a house

Americans looking to buy a house — and do so affordably — might want to head to inward. According to a new ranking, Pittsburgh, Cleveland and Oklahoma City are the best cities for first-time homebuyers, boasting affordable entry-level homes, low down payment averages and not-so-stringent credit score standards.