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The limited inventory that has plagued the housing market continued, although at an abated pace.
An analysis of 10 years of home sales found the spring and summer months offer the most gains for sellers, particularly the month of May.
Whether they’re still weary of going to a gym full of people or just looking to work off those extra pandemic pounds in privacy, homebuyers are increasingly prioritizing home exercise rooms.
Americans believe it’s a much better time to sell a home than to buy one, according to Fannie Mae’s latest survey of home purchase sentiment.
Abundance of condos under construction catapults Miami Beach to the top of the list.
The survey showed that 86% of dog owners said dog-friendly features — such as having a dog door or access to a dog park — are a large part of their decision-making process, and 84% are willing to spend more for these features.
Listing keywords associated with families and children, like community pools, nearby parks and cul-de-sacs, led to both faster-than-expected sales and higher premiums.
Tampa has been ranked as the 10th moving destination by Penske Truck Rental in its 11th annual Top Moving Destinations list.
Nationwide, the seasonally adjusted housing index rose 1.1% month over month in February and 12% year over year, up from monthly and yearly increases of 0.8% and 11.2% in January, respectively.
Closed sales, median prices, new pending sales and pending inventory were all up over this time last year, according to new a new report from Florida Realtors. The spring market is off to a good start, but condo and