RealtyTrac’s Q1 2015 U.S. Home Purchase Downpayment Report finds that homebuyers continue to put less money down on a new home.
In the first quarter of 2015, the average downpayment (single family homes, condos and townhomes) was 14.8 percent of the purchase price, down from 15.2 percent the previous quarter and
Sellers with more than one offer will pick the “best” one, though “best” is an undefined term – in the case of an offer, it’s all in how the sellers view it.
Buyers hoping to win a bid should consider all the variables and plan accordingly. Some things to consider when
Realtors® remain mostly confident about the real estate market over the next six months, thanks to 30-year fixed rates that remain below 4 percent, continued job growth, and recent measures that have made credit more accessible and cheaper.
Across all property types (single family, townhomes, and condos), the number of Realtors
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The number of metro areas with double-digit price appreciation doubled in the first quarter of this year compared to the quarter before, according to the National Association of Realtors®’ latest quarterly housing report.
Strong demand and a tight inventory of for-sale homes for-sale pushed up nationwide home prices. The first-quarter median
CEOs of the largest companies renting out single-family homes say they plan to raise rents up to 5.7 percent this year, as they switch their focus from buying more properties to optimizing revenue from the thousands of properties they already own. According to Bloomberg, they want to take advantage of