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While home sales continued to evade the seasonal decline, buyers and sellers took a breather last week as COVID-19 cases spiked and the nation focused on the presidential election, according to realtor.com’s Weekly Housing Report.
“Buyers who look during that time tend to be more serious because the casual lookers tend to delay until after the holidays.” — CEO Anthony Lamacchia
Online real estate company Opendoor has released a map of the Atlanta metro area, showing the most highly searched neighborhoods and zip codes.
It was a good October for Georgia home sales. Check out Georgia MLS’s October 12-County Housing Market Snapshot report.
The National Association of Realtors announced a list of priorities its Business Issues Policy Committee will focus on next year.
With a plan to invest $640 billion over 10 years and vows to end discriminatory and unfair practices in the housing market, including “redlining,” President-elect Joe Biden’s housing policy agenda looks to protect low-income and housing-insecure households.
The biggest changes were found in mortgages that are in serious delinquency, meaning those that are at least 90 days delinquent.
The Maddox includes one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments ranging from 946 to 1422 square feet.
The National Association of Realtors’ Board of Directors is expected to vote on a proposal that would prohibit members for conducting hate speech outside of work.
The latest jobs report shows improvement, with another 638,000 net job gains and the unemployment rate slashed to 6.9%.