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Homeownership A Strong Investment

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The American Dream of homeownership is still high on many Americans wishlist. Sixty-five percent of households nationwide view buying a home in their ZIP code as a good financial investment, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s 2019 Survey of Consumer Housing Expectations. Additionally, the majority of renter households are reporting they’d rather own…

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Millennial Homebuyers a Major Opportunity for US Housing Market

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Over the next five to ten years 3.1 million millennials are going to enter the age of typical first-time homebuyers. However, due to low inventory for homes, student debt, and delayed marriage (amongst other factors), almost 22% of millennials are returning home to live with their parents after college graduation. According to a recent analysis…

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California Housing Markets See Big Price Gains

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Over the next ten years, there are ten metro markets that will see an increase in home appreciation. All ten markets are in California. Recently, The Homebuying Institute released an article discussing home prices in the United States. Prices have slowed down over the past year or so, however, there are still some local real estate markets that…

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Millennial Home Buyers Face Shortage of Starter Homes

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A few reasons Millennials might want to purchase and own a home include security, independence, building equity, stability, and financial flexibility. However, signs are showing that it will be difficult for the millenial age group to accomplish this due to a tight supply of starter homes for young potential home buyers. A recent article from Forbes…

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Why Choose a New Home? Infographic

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If you’re thinking about purchasing a home right now, you may be wondering whether you should give serious consideration to purchasing a new home instead of a resale home. Since new homes are generally believed to have a slightly higher price tag than resale homes, are the benefits of a new home purchase really worth…

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What Amenities Are Luxury Home Buyers Most Interested In?

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What amenities are most desired by home buyers who plan to spend more than $500,000 on their home? That was a question recently posed in a National Association of Home Builders’ study. Below is a graphic showing the percentage of buyers who rated each amenity as a strong preference. What about you? Which of these…

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Why Choose a New Home?

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Why Choose a New Home? Earlier this month the Sacramento Bee featured a story detailing home builders’ plans to construct upwards of 10,000 new homes in the Folsom region within the next several years. Just a few days later that same journal ran a story highlighting the forecast for major new home growth all over…

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Real Estate 101: The Final Walk-Through

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Real Estate 101: The Final Walk-Through So you’ve finally come to the finish line of the home buying process. You are just a few days away from closing and getting the keys to your new home in your hot little hands. You are more ready than ever to move in and start your new life.…

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The Blackstone Mystery – Questions Answered

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The Blackstone Mystery – Questions Answered Lately it seems you’d have to be hiding under a rock not to hear something about the mysterious Blackstone and all the real estate they’ve been scooping up in recent months. What are Blackstone’s objectives? How are they affecting the current real estate market? And what is behind their…

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Builder Spotlight: Premier United Communities

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Builder Spotlight: Premier United Communities New home builders have faced a rocky road to economic recovery in recent years. Even now, with the housing market in a greatly improved state, builders face many obstacles – diminishing supply of lots and land, shortages of workers and building materials, and a tougher regulatory climate. And yet with…

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