Posts by Liz Hughes

Homeowners willing to take a pay cut to move to a more affordable area

According to a new survey, More than 40% of employed Americans are willing to take a pay cut or accept a new job with a lower salary to move to a more affordable...

Atlanta new construction shortfall tops 78,000 homes

There may be a construction boom, but builders still have a lot of ground to make up from a decade of underbuilding, according to a new report from...

Atlanta home values rose 24.7% in October

While the housing market may be hotter than usual, the shift toward seasonal norms is starting to show and could benefit both buyers and...

Guaranteed Rate’s Shant Banosian funds $2 billion in loan volume

Banosian has funded $2 billion in total loan volume this year, becoming the company’s first loan originator to reach that...

Knox Financial announces 10 new hires across the US

The company plans to continue to add staff as more homeowners who are ready to move decide to keep their homes as investment properties....

Could the Boston housing market normalize in 2022?

It’s been a crazy year for real estate with bidding wars, record home prices and historically low inventory, but that may all come to an end in...

Guaranteed Rate announces executive leadership changes

Company officials say the organizational changes will support the company’s record-setting growth....

The winter housing market may be strongest since 2006

Should you wait until spring to put your home on the market? A recent Realtor.com report says, not...

Home values hit new highs as pandemic leaves many homeowners equity rich

The pandemic brought historically low inventory and sky-high home prices, but it also brought good news for homeowners, making them equity rich, as many owe far less than what their homes are...

Affordable home supply jumps as mortgage forbearance programs end

The supply of affordable homes on the market rose a record 13% in the third quarter as mortgage forbearance programs ended, prompting low-cost homeowners to put their properties on the market....

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