Items Tagged with 'Hottest housing markets'


  • Here are the 10 hottest housing markets in August

    What’s happening with Detroit?
    As the new school year gets underway, the nation’s housing market isn’t expected to improve much. Once again, inventory shortages and rising home prices are likely to continue into the rest of the year. There is one city that is doing surprisingly well, Detroit. Check out the article for a break down of the hottest housing markets, along with a spotlight on Detroit.
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  • As summer wraps up, here are the hottest neighborhoods to close out the season

    Can you guess the cities the neighborhoods are in?
    With the year more than half way over, online real estate brokerage Redfin decided to reassess the hottest neighborhoods for 2017 and see what markets have stepped up their game to make the list now. Given the rapid changes in the market, here’s a new list to showcase the hottest neighborhoods for the second half of the year. The cities the neighborhoods are located in should come as no surprise.
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  • Redfin: Here are 2016's hottest neighborhoods

    What areas were the most competitive for homebuyers this year?
    As 2016 comes to a close, it will be remembered as a year of low interest rates (for the most part) combining with tight inventory to turn some markets into a cutthroat competition for those seeking to buy a home. But what areas were truly the hottest of the year, with homes flying off the market in less than a week and often well-above asking price? Here's your answer.
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  • Is Washington the next hottest housing state?

    Great news for sellers
    Other than Seattle, cities in Washington state are rarely listed among the nation's top housing markets — until now. Washington’s housing markets recently dominated a monthly market report, making up half the list. While exciting for sellers in the state, is it really a positive overall?
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  • Here are the 10 hottest housing markets that fueled a record-breaking August

    California dominates list
    The hottest housing market in America right now might still be Vallejo-Fairfield, California [San Fran area] but this doesn’t mean the rest of the list stood still. Interestingly, one new market not only joined the list, but also jumped up to the eighth spot. And to the city that was sitting comfortably as the eighth hottest market, well, it fell completely out of the top ten, barely even making the top twenty.
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  • Hey West Coast! Your homes are worth more than you think

    Quicken Loans: West Coast bucks national trend
    Good news for folks living on the West Coast, your homes are worth more than you think. A new report from Quicken Loans found that homeowners in the West tend to think their house is worth less than what the appraisal turns up. As for the rest of the nation, they lean the other direction.
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  • [Factsheet] An infographic of the 10 hottest housing markets that’s actually helpful

    Because Millennials do want homes
    There are 75 million Millennials – wow. Talk about competition. To help alleviate some of the pain points in shopping for a home, HousingWire rejiggered data from the National Association of Realtors in order to bring you this fun and informative fact sheet on the 10 hottest housing markets for Millennials.
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  • Inventory isn't a problem in these top cities for first-time buyers

    Added perk, they are affordable and enjoyable too
    First-time homebuyers are often left with little inventory to choose from, and when they do find something that marginally fits their initial demands, they might face an outrageous bidding war. The good news is that this situation isn’t happening everywhere. Here are markets where “committed-but-oh-so-frustrated housing newbies" can turn.
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  • Here are the hottest housing markets for the spring homebuying season

    San Francisco ranks No.1 four months in a row
    Technically spring doesn’t start until March 20, but looking at the state of the housing market, buyers would be wise to jump in now. And as an added tip, the Realtor website said that if sellers think they should just sit tight and wait till buyers’ desperation reaches its peak in the summer, don’t.
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