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August 17, 2018 in Real Estate News
The nation’s 100 most populated counties vary greatly in median age. And according to a new analysis, that age may influence local home prices, too.
August 15, 2018 in Real Estate News
Buyers looking for a luxury home might be in luck. According to new data, the country will gain 23 more million-dollar housing markets by the end of next year.
August 13, 2018 in Real Estate News
Want to sell your home to Millennials? Then you might want to upgrade the kitchen. According to a new survey, it’s the most important room in the house.
August 9, 2018 in Real Estate News
Itching to get in on that fixer-upper trend? Then get ready to head to the Midwest. According to new rankings, that’s where most of the nations’ top home flipping markets lie.
August 8, 2018 in Real Estate News
Actual house prices might be rising, but according to new data, home buying power is still pretty high. In fact, according to the Real House Price Index from First American, U.S. home buying power is actually up over seven years ago.
August 6, 2018 in Real Estate News
Want to know how much utility bills on that house you’re eyeing will be? Not sure what to offer or what a home is worth? Thanks to a new real estate personal assistant, you’ll soon be able to ask your phone or smart speaker for just such information.
August 1, 2018 in Real Estate News
Though home prices are rising in much of the country, there are still places renters can save serious cash by buying a house. The city that boasts the most savings? According to new data, that’d be Clayton, Georgia.
July 31, 2018 in Real Estate News
Considering a little remodel? If you want the most bang for your buck, you may want to focus on the kitchen and bathroom only. According to new data, that’s where the home’s highest-ROI renovation projects lie.
July 30, 2018 in Real Estate News
The future of single-family Single-family homes are getting bigger. And according to a new study, by 2036, they’ll run 3,000 square feet each, on average — a full 1,000 more than the average 1999 home. Homes of tomorrow Porch.com recently analyzed housing trends to predict what homes might look like down the line. And what they […]
July 27, 2018 in Real Estate News
Considering becoming a landlord? Then you might want to head to Texas. According to a new analysis, the Lone Star State is home to six of the nation’s 20 highest-yielding college towns.
July 26, 2018 in Real Estate News
Hoping to buy a home on the West Coast? Then you might have a hard go of it. According to a new analysis, the region is home to all but one of the nation’s 10 most competitive housing markets.
If you’re considering a home purchase, now might be the time to act. According to new data, homebuying competition is declining, with just 14 percent of Americans planning to buy in the next 12 months.
July 24, 2018 in Real Estate News
Want the big city life without all the pollution, traffic and high costs that come with it? According to a new study, Seattle’s your answer.
July 19, 2018 in Real Estate News
Looking to save on those realtor commissions? Want to sell your home without an agent? A new app may be able to help.
July 18, 2018 in Real Estate News
Buying a house and want to see serious returns when you sell? Then head west. According to a new forecast, homes in Washington and Nevada will appreciate the most in the next year.
July 17, 2018 in Real Estate News
Rising house prices and a lack of starter home inventory has made things difficult for today’s first-time homebuyers, but according to new data, there are still some places where first-timers can get a deal. The No. 1 best place? That’d be Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.
July 16, 2018 in Real Estate News
Millennials now make up the biggest share of homebuyers in the country, but their credit is far from perfect. In fact, according to new data, average credit scores of Millennial homebuyers ranged from 662 to upwards of 750, depending on the city.
2018 Conforming, FHA, & VA Loan Limits
Mortgage loan limits for every U.S. county, as published by Fannie Mae & Freddie Mac, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)