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Why Millennials Deserted the Home-Building Sector

The millennial demographic continues to infiltrate itself into the workforce; however, barely any of them have gone into construction. That is not a surprising fact, given that 76 percent [...]

Study Shows Low-Income Housing Does Not Impact Property Values

As markets across the country stretch tight with low inventory and high selling prices, many homeowners fear, and even boycott, low-income housing. Specifically, homeowners are wary of the integration [...]

Explore America’s Neighborhoods: Montford, Asheville, N.C.

Thomas Wolfe’s autobiographical novel, Look Homeward, Angel tells the story of a fictionalized Asheville, N.C. In it he writes, “Dull people filled him with terror.” This observation makes sense, given that only [...]

Don’t Move: Americans Migrated Less This Year

Despite a strengthening housing market and an improving overall economy, a new study shows Americans are deciding not to move as much. Moves across the country have declined to [...]

Real Estate Investors Target College Towns…Maybe You Should, Too

Every year, well over 100,000 students, faculty and staff infiltrate the otherwise sleepy little community of Bryan-College Station, Texas. Why? College Station is home to one of the world’s [...]

Just for Fun: Houses Covered in Snow

Ah, winter! The time of cozy fires, big ol’ mugs of hot cocoa, and—for those of us living in frosty climates—hours upon hours of shoveling snow. Whether it’s laziness [...]

The Real Cost of Famous New York City Apartments

In TV sitcoms, life in a New York City apartment—and all its colorful trappings—is the stuff of fantasy. But in the real world, where prices for condos and apartments [...]

‘Relatively Soon’ Rise for Interest Rates as Mortgage Rates Shoot Up Post Election

A rise in the key interest rate could come “relatively soon,” Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen reiterated on Thursday, heightening the probability the Fed will forge ahead with a [...]

Driving the Real Estate Revolution: Bill Brown Sets the Stage for 2017

This January, 35-year real estate industry veteran Bill Brown will step into the role of 2017 president of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR). A second-generation REALTOR® from Alamo, [...]

Full Steam Ahead for Home Prices in the South

Home prices continue to chug along an upward track in the South, while lose steam in the West, according to Clear Capital’s recent market report. The median home price [...]