Anxious to find out what’s next for real estate in 2015? Trends have been slow to emerge and the market has been incrementally improving each year, 2013’s market was very similar to 2014’s market; it doesn’t feel like much has changed. Members of our expert panel commented as such, but even though the increases in the market are only slightly incremental, there are new factors the industry is paying attention to when it comes to watching where the market is going. Millennials, the latest up-and-coming demographic, are now a big factor in the predictions in several areas of housing, including homebuyer statistics, new construction and the job market.
We spoke with agents and auction professionals about how auctions are changing and what it means for real estate.
Our Top 5 Stories
How to Build and Claim Your Yelp Business Profile
Like Us On Facebook
Follow Us On Twitter
- “They really are works of art, and don’t fit many of the ideals of what new home construction can provide people to… https://t.co/V7eePraq3c about 5 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- “While the inversion of the yield curve is one of the most vaunted indicators of recession risk, it does not mean t… https://t.co/2Z55yaY99X about 20 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Maybe what you don't know *can* hurt you. Or at least prevent you from buying a home. https://t.co/JYwkG1ip1h https://t.co/dt29FLBaFN about 21 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- Have you heard? NYC's largest residential brokerage, @DouglasElliman , is launching its brand in Houston in a partn… https://t.co/Z5alD3v4CQ about 22 hours ago ReplyRetweetFavorite
- “While the inversion of the yield curve is one of the most vaunted indicators of recession risk, it does not mean t… https://t.co/3qYLvr8hR4 05:10:11 PM August 19, 2019 ReplyRetweetFavorite