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  • 1912

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2020's Existing-Home Sales Attain 14-Year Peak

Existing-home sales in 2020 surged to the highest level in 14 years, landing 22% higher than a year ago, the National Association of REALTORS® reported Friday. Existing-home sales—completed transactions that include single-family homes, townhomes, condos, and co-ops—posted big gains year over year and rose by 0.7% in December 2020 compared to November 2020’s already unseasonably high rates.“This momentum is likely to carry into the new y

Mortgage Rates Continue to Hover Near Record Lows

For nearly a year, mortgage rates have remained near historic lows. The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell this week to average 2.77%, Freddie Mac reported. Its lowest average on record was 2.65%, recorded earlier this January.“We’re now seeing rates fluctuate a bit as political and economic factors drive Treasury yields higher,” says Sam Khater, Freddie Mac’s chief economist. “However, we forecast rates to remain relatively low this year

5 Indoor House Plants to Consider for your Staging

Plants can help brighten indoor spaces and may offer other mental and physical health benefits. As such, it’s no surprise indoor plants are one of the favorite accessories of home stagers.Research has linked indoor plants with reduced stress, increased productivity, and improved quality for the home’s air. Some of the most effective house plants to improve the air quality are areca palms, Boston ferns, rubber trees, spider plants, and ficus t

FHFA Extends Foreclosure, Eviction Moratorium Through February

For the fifth time, the Federal Housing Finance Agency is extending single-family foreclosures and real estate–owned eviction moratoriums on properties backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the agency announced Tuesday. The extension runs until Feb. 28. The moratoriums are in place due to the financial impact brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.The program was originally scheduled to expire in June 2020. The most recent deadline for the program

Biden Sworn In, with Real Estate on Agenda

Joe Biden was sworn in as the 46th U.S. president on Wednesday, taking the reins in the nation’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing economic shakeout, a deeply divided country, and a host of other challenges. But he’s already signaled that several real estate issues are on his administration's to-do list.The National Association of REALTORS® applauded Biden's inaugural speech that focused on unifying America and rest

Single-Family Rents Rebound, Now Exceed Pre-Pandemic Levels

After a slowdown in rental growth during the spring and summer of 2020, rents are back on the rise. A new report from CoreLogic shows that national single-family rental prices increased 3.7% year over year in November and are now above the levels before the COVID-19 pandemic started.“This is in contrast to rents for multifamily properties, which have decreased as tenant preferences shifted away from high-density apartment buildings to low-densi

Exurbs Across US See Increased Growth

The exurbs have reportedly been adding more residents during the COVID-19 pandemic. So where exactly did these Americans go?Exurbs refer to communities beyond traditional suburban areas that are closer to large metros. Exurbs tend to have a low housing density and offer a more rural style of living.CapRelo, a global mobility firm specializing in U.S. relocation, identified which exurbs are seeing the largest upticks in population. Researchers cul

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On this MLK day, we should all take a moment to reflect and realize that only through community, persistence, and understanding, we'll keep this type of change closer to reality.

Ski Town Home Buying is Gaining Against Beachside Getaways

Homebuyer demand in ski towns is surging. Searches of homes in ski towns jumped 36% annually in the fourth quarter of 2020, according to a new report from realtor.com®. A bulk of that demand is coming from households already in cold weather climates, such as Northern states. Many are favoring nearby ski towns as they look for an escape closer to home.Seven of the top 10 ski towns seeing the largest percentage spikes in online views are located i