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  • The No. 1 U.S. market just got more affordable

    Builders focusing on more affordable housing
    Affordability continues to drop as home prices and interest rates rise and homebuyer demand grows. But in one market, the price for new homes just dropped, making it just a little more affordable for first-time homebuyers. Here’s why.
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  • These metros saw the most homebuilding activity in 2017

    Top metros building up, not out
    Homebuilding saw a pickup near the end of 2017 and is even expected to fuel the housing market in 2018 as it rises to a post-recession high. But which metros came out on top as having the most homebuilding activity in 2017? Trulia conducted a new study to find out.
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  • Monday Morning Cup of Coffee: Drama heats up in gubernatorial race for Ohio governor

    Cities continue to vie for Amazon’s headquarters
    Speculation continues to rise over which city Amazon will choose as its second headquarters. Meanwhile, outgoing CFPB Director Richard Cordray’s likely entry into the Ohio gubernatorial race isn’t the only drama surrounding the state’s upcoming election. All that, and more, in your Monday Morning Cup of Coffee.
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  • Texas cities dominate hottest housing markets in Fall 2017

    Ten-X shows Texas takes top 3 markets
    Texas is showing its dominance as three of its cities took the top three spots in the list of the hottest housing markets in Fall 2017. Though these three markets were also in the top five list this Summer, Ten-X explained it remains to be seen what impact Hurricanes Harvey and Irma will have on construction labor forces and housing inventory in Texas and Florida.
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  • Could Dallas be the next San Francisco?

    Ranks first for startup culture
    When you hear the words tech market, startup culture and unaffordable home prices, you probably think of San Francisco, home of companies such as Google, Facebook and Lyft. But now, another city might be moving into startup territory, and everything that comes with it — including rising home prices.
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  • New homes becoming more affordable in Texas metros

    Competition still high as days on market decrease
    The rolling 12-month average of new home prices in Texas dipped in July from June, but it is not due to the lack of housing demand. In fact, the number of days on market dropped in all four of Texas’ major metropolitan areas. Here’s why home prices could be slowing down in the Lone Star State.
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