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Southern homebuyers slightly more optimistic about buying
Southern homebuyers slightly more optimistic about buying

More than two-thirds of homebuyers believe housing availability getting harder.

How buyers are financing their homes
How buyers are financing their homes

Across the country, both home prices and demand for homes grew in 2017, driven by low inventory. As supply and affordability can be a hurdle for some homebuyers, many are still optimistic about their ability to receive financing even

Why do we argue with our neighbors?
Why do we argue with our neighbors?

Are you new to your neighborhood and looking to make friends? It may not be as easy as it used to be. According to a new survey, 40 percent of Americans avoid their neighbors altogether. The Homes.com survey also reveals that

Home sales decline for third consecutive month while prices rise
Home sales decline for third consecutive month while prices rise

For third month in a row, there was a decline in home sales in September. However, the average home sale price continues to rise. A recent Redfin report shows that in September, home sales fell by 8.1 percent — the

Mortgage delinquency drops in July 

It’s as easy to pay mortgages on time now as it was 10 years ago in July 2007, this according to CoreLogic’s monthly Loan Performance Insights Report. 4.6 percent of mortgages were in some stage of delinquency in July — a decrease of 0.9 percent from July 2016

Miami construction caps off 2016 with strong growth

The Miami new construction market concluded 2016 in strong fashion, according to research from Dodge Data & Analytics. In December, Miami saw more than $618 million in total residential construction spending, which is a 7 percent decline from Nov. 2015. However, year-to-date construction spending, which

Why are so many home sales failing to close in Miami?

Deals to sell homes failed at a much higher rate in 2016 than in 2015, and that was particularly true here in Miami. That was the finding of a striking new report from Trulia, which computed the number of

The no. 1 reason why so few Millennials are buying homes in Miami

For years, agents and analysts alike have wondered why so few Millennials are buying homes, but a new analysis of Census data has provided a remarkably straightforward answer – they’re all living at home with their parents, and at

Miami new construction continues strong growth

The Miami new construction market continues to put up strong numbers, according to research from Dodge Data & Analytics. In November, Miami saw more than $351 million in total residential construction spending, which is a 22 percent decline from Nov. 2015. Year-to-date construction spending, though,

5 incredible ways homeownership has changed during the housing recovery

When the U.S. housing bubble peaked in 2004 and 2005, the market seemed to be in grand shape: the homeownership rate was 69 percent; the Case-Shiller National Home Price Index was 184.4, a 135.5 percent increase from 1994; and

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