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Is the luxury market bouncing back? It depends on where you live

Is the luxury market bouncing back? It depends on where you live


A new report shows that the luxury sector inched up 1.6 percent year-over-year in the fourth quarter.

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This time, it’s housing:  Here’s where the democratic candidates stand

This time, it’s housing: Here’s where the democratic candidates stand


It’s go time for the remaining candidates in the Democratic primaries. Where do they stand on real estate issues? We took at look at some of their position.

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Millennial homeownership rates are rising  . . .  and in a cruel twist, so are prices

Millennial homeownership rates are rising . . . and in a cruel twist, so are prices


There’s no end in sight to the affordability issue, according to a recent report from CoreLogic.

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Black homeownership rate up for second consecutive quarter

Black homeownership rate up for second consecutive quarter


The U.S. Census Bureau report appears to show a trend in the rate of black homeownership.

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NAR chief gives positive outlook amid December dip

NAR chief gives positive outlook amid December dip


Mortgage rates projected to hold at under 4 percent for the remainder of the year, according to new report.

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Case-Shiller: Atlanta home prices outpace national average

Case-Shiller: Atlanta home prices outpace national average


According to the latest index, national home prices are 15 percent above their pre-financial crisis peak.

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Best year for new-home sales since before the recession, says NAHB

Best year for new-home sales since before the recession, says NAHB


Low interest rates and low unemployment continue to boost the market into 2020.

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All the single ladies . . .  are outpacing men in homeownership

All the single ladies . . .  are outpacing men in homeownership


A new study by Lending Tree shows that single women own more than 12 percent of homes in Atlanta.

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How to sound smarter next time you’re asked about recession risk

How to sound smarter next time you’re asked about recession risk


A Federal Reserve economist breaks down some of the more common misconceptions about the chance of recession in 2020 and offers thoughts on how real estate pros can be better consumers of economic data.

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Single-family rents across the U.S. up slightly, as homeownership rates increase

Single-family rents across the U.S. up slightly, as homeownership rates increase


Low-end rentals are propping up national rent growth, according to CoreLogic.

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