These Cities Are the 10 Biggest Comeback Stories in U.S. Real Estate

(REALTOR.COM) Everyone loves a great comeback story. And there are plenty to go around. Rocky. Steve Jobs. The Chicago Cubs. Jesus. Lil Bub (Google her!). And, with apologies to Jesus, perhaps the most impressive comeback of all, the one that hits us exactly where we live: the housing industry. After all, the 2007 real estate crash was a trauma…

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Millennials Favor “Vacation Moves”

If you have Millennial next door neighbors, chances are they won't be staying too long. According to Mayflower's recent survey, Millennials (18-35 year olds) are flocking to popular cities, however they have no intention of staying there. The 2017 Mayflower Mover Insights Study focused on moving trends for Millennials and quickly discovered that 41% of…

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Homeownership Slowly Stabilizing in Q1 2017

According to the U.S. Census Bureau, both the rental vacancy and homeownership rates have remained virtually unchanged from the first quarter last year. Rental vacancy remained at 7.0%, while homeownership saw a 0.1% increase from last year to 63.6%. Current homeownership rates have remained below the national average rate of 66.1% however it does seem…

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Workers Priced out of FoCo Market, Traffic Gridlock Intensifies

(COLORADOAN) - An old adage tells prospective homeowners to drive until they can buy. So every day, that’s what Kate Vardiman does, driving from her home outside Ault to her job in Fort Collins. Three years ago, when she first started thinking about buying a home, Vardiman lived in a two-bedroom rental in north Fort Collins,…

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