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The debate around single-family houses

A debate is stirring nationally around single-family housing. Last year in California, which is experiencing a severe housing shortage, efforts were...
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1880 Italianate duplex turned single-family home asks $249K

Located a few blocks from the Ohio river, about two hours northeast of Louisville, this five-bedroom, two-bath Kentucky home was originally...
Standard limit for single-family mortgages will top $500,000 in 2020

Standard limit for single-family mortgages will top $500,000 in 2020

Loan limits for most mortgages Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac buy will exceed $500,000 for the first time ever next year, with the...
Millennials want a single-family house, even if it means a long commute

Millennials want a single-family house, even if it means a long commute

When it comes to affordability, Millennials are willing to go the extra mile, literally. Nearly 90% of Millennial homebuyers told Redfin that they...

Blackstone Group Leaves Single-Family Rental Business

The Blackstone Group Inc. has sold the last of its shares in Invitation Homes, the company’s rental business. Blackstone sold around 11% of...
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Millennial Homebuyers Prefer Single-Family Homes Over Shared Walls

While some data suggests that housing density is starting to prevail in certain cities, the vast majority of Americans still want a single-family...
CoreLogic: Lower single-family rental inventory is pushing prices up

CoreLogic: Lower single-family rental inventory is pushing prices up

Apartment rental occupancy rates hit an all-time low this year, meanwhile, single-family rental prices have also surged. According to a new report from...
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Oregon’s Ban on Single-Family Zoning Could Triple Housing Supply in Portland

Redfin created a model to determine which properties in the Portland area are most likely to be redeveloped. If all the likely candidates...
What is Causing the Decline in Single-Family Authorizations?

What is Causing the Decline in Single-Family Authorizations?

BuildFax’s latest Housing Health Report revealed year-over-year declines in single-family housing authorizations, as they have fallen 2.75% since 2018. Also seeing declines are existing...

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Colorado Springs home sales and prices remain strong

Colorado Springs home sales and prices remain strong

Colorado Springs-area homebuyers continued to find slim pickings last month, as the supply of local properties available for purchase remained at historically low...
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Gulberg Greens Is The Next Real Estate Hub of Pakistan

Out of all leading cities in Islamabad, the urban center looks to be the foremost common choice once folks suppose to take a...
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Is The 100% VA Home Loan Worth The Risk? – Hunter Montgomery

The 100% VA Home Loan is a tremendous benefit to our finest serving in uniform and their families. But will this mortgage help...
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Desert ranch home goes contemporary in Santa Fe for $1.4M

Sante Fe, New Mexico, is packed with intriguing and fun adobe architecture. It’s not as common, however, to see a contemporary...
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People on the move: Dec. 6

CaliforniaReddingJeff Gentry, vice president of Service 1st, has joined National Consumer Reporting Association as a newly elected member of the board of directors.He...

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