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Empty nest households reach record high

Empty nest households reach record high


More aging parents are staying put rather than selling their homes as the amount…

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Flood damage prevention

Flood damage prevention


Thanks to Houston Business Journal, in an interview with The Frankel Building Group, homeowners found that…

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New NAREB initiative to boost African American homeownership

New NAREB initiative to boost African American homeownership


NAREB seeks to address barriers on both the borrowing and lending side of homeownership The…

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Despite Adversity, Millennials Optimistic on Housing

Despite Adversity, Millennials Optimistic on Housing


Thanks to stagnant incomes, Millennials are still missing from the housing market Two million…

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Study: Decline in Undocumented Workers Could Raise Housing Costs

Study: Decline in Undocumented Workers Could Raise Housing Costs


Fewer undocumented immigrants may lead to higher costs A decline in undocumented immigrants may…

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These 3 Concerns Continue to Haunt Sellers

These 3 Concerns Continue to Haunt Sellers


An uncertain economy and low inventory are bringing out conservative tendencies in sellers Home sellers may…

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3 Positive Employment Trends For Housing

3 Positive Employment Trends For Housing


The latest jobs report shows some silver linings for employment Last week, the Labor Department…

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4 Reasons Why Higher Interest Rates Should Not Concern You

4 Reasons Why Higher Interest Rates Should Not Concern You


Higher interest rates may not be that big of a threat to housing’s future,…

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Are Millennials Doing Better than Initially Thought?

Are Millennials Doing Better than Initially Thought?


More underemployed college graduates work in the office sector than service One of the…

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3 Real Estate Trends That Will Not Change in 2016

3 Real Estate Trends That Will Not Change in 2016


Some Americans think 2016 will offer more of the same for housing Earlier this week,…

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