Case-Shiller: Home prices increase 6% in July
Home prices annually increased once again, according to the latest Case-Shiller Home Price Index from S&P Dow Jones Indices and CoreLogic. S&P Dow Jones Indices Managing Director and Chairman of the Index Committee David Blitzer said rising homes prices are beginning to catch up with housing.
More info @ https://www.housingwire.com/articles/46923-case-shiller-home-prices
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September 26, 2018 at 12:54PM

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Tiny 897-square-foot house in Palo Alto goes on the market for a massive $2.59M – and apparently that’s a bargain! Tiny home in Palo Alto hit the market with a whopping price tag of $2.59million The little house big price tag is just another example of the real housing crisis in the area that serves as a hub for tech giants such as Google This home was last sold in 2008 for $899,000 and the current price tag is actually below market value for the area today

Tiny house in Palo Alto goes on the market with big price tag of $2.5M
The home in California is on sale for a whopping $2.59million. The big price tag, tiny home is just another illustration of the housing crisis making Silicon Valley’s real-estate market overheated.
More info @ https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-6203027/Tiny-house-Palo-Alto-goes-market-big-price-tag-2-59million.html
Tiny 897-square-foot house in Palo Alto goes on the market for a massive $2.59M – and apparently that’s a bargain!
Tiny home in Palo Alto hit the market with a whopping price tag of $2.59million
The little house big price tag is just another example of the real housing crisis in the area that serves as a hub for tech giants such as Google
This home was last sold in 2008 for $899,000 and the current price tag is actually below market value for the area today Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
September 24, 2018 at 06:40PM

Here are 4 “buy” cities for multifamily investment Scouring the nation for your next cash cow multifamily acquisition? Look no further than these four underrated cities RealPage says have great upside. Things are a little too competitive for to be profitable for many investors in the primary markets. RealPage’s picks are not the sexiest markets, but their fundamentals are solid and their growth potential make them worthy candidates for investment. 1. Knoxville, Tennessee A college town with a solid economic base, Knoxville has been sleepy during this cycle, but is stirring now. Knoxville is not a hot job node, but it does have the University of Tennessee, the Department of Energy’s massive presence in Oak Ridge and several large healthcare facilities that keep the economy humming along and talent ready to go. Knoxville has also benefitted from a relatively conservative construction pipeline this cycle, which have kept demand ahead of supply during this cycle. Occupancy has been hovering between 95% and 97% for the last three years, and as of the second quarter of this year, occupancy was at 96.4% while rent growth is at a near all-time high at 5.4% annually. 2. Tacoma, Washington 3. Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida 4. Salinas, California

Here are 4 buy cities for multifamily investment
Scouring the nation for your next cash cow multifamily acquisition? Look no further than these four underrated cities RealPage says have great upside. Things are a little too competitive for to be profitable for many investors in the primary markets. RealPage’s picks are not the sexiest markets, b…
More info @ https://www.housingwire.com/articles/46895-here-are-4-buy-cities-for-multifamily-investment
Here are 4 “buy” cities for multifamily investment

Scouring the nation for your next cash cow multifamily acquisition? Look no further than these four underrated cities RealPage says have great upside.

Things are a little too competitive for to be profitable for many investors in the primary markets. RealPage’s picks are not the sexiest markets, but their fundamentals are solid and their growth potential make them worthy candidates for investment.

1. Knoxville, Tennessee

A college town with a solid economic base, Knoxville has been sleepy during this cycle, but is stirring now.

Knoxville is not a hot job node, but it does have the University of Tennessee, the Department of Energy’s massive presence in Oak Ridge and several large healthcare facilities that keep the economy humming along and talent ready to go.

Knoxville has also benefitted from a relatively conservative construction pipeline this cycle, which have kept demand ahead of supply during this cycle. Occupancy has been hovering between 95% and 97% for the last three years, and as of the second quarter of this year, occupancy was at 96.4% while rent growth is at a near all-time high at 5.4% annually.

2. Tacoma, Washington

3. Lakeland-Winter Haven, Florida

4. Salinas, California Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
September 21, 2018 at 10:03AM

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Slaying Your Competition – Real Estate SEO
I just finished a piece on beating your bigger competition. And how the internet allows you to be bigger than you might have thought. There are many ways with Ads, SEO, SEM, Social Media, and so on. seo,search engine optimization In the real estate business you are all over town. You have cameras an…
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September 11, 2018 at 12:56PM

Up goes a Starbucks and so does your home value?

Study Reveals ‘Starbucks Effect’ on Home Prices
When a new Starbucks opens near a neighborhood, that could be a good sign for home prices, a new Harvard study suggests.
More info @ https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2018/09/05/study-reveals-starbucks-effect-on-home-prices?sfid=sf197106758&sfchnl=twitter&sfinitv=Member+Support&sfpln&sfmsgtitle=Study+Reveals+%E2%80%98Starbucks+Effect%E2%80%99&sfaccnt=askNAR&sfdt=180911&sf197106758=1
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September 11, 2018 at 09:31AM

Best Real-Estate Markets 1 Frisco, TX 2 McKinney, TX 3 Allen, TX 4 Santa Clara, CA 5 Durham, NC 6 Murfreesboro, TN 7 Richardson, TX 8 Seattle, WA 9 Bellevue, WA 10 Denton, TX https://wallethub.com/edu/best-real-estate-markets/14889/

2018’s Best Real-Estate Markets
2018’s Best Real-Estate Markets Sep 5, 2018  |  Adam McCann, Financial Writer 108 SHARES Whether you’re joining the real-estate business or just looking for a place to call home, it’s important to get a handle on the housing markets you’re considering before investing in a property. With…
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Best Real-Estate Markets
1 Frisco, TX
2 McKinney, TX
3 Allen, TX
4 Santa Clara, CA
5 Durham, NC
6 Murfreesboro, TN
7 Richardson, TX
8 Seattle, WA
9 Bellevue, WA
10 Denton, TX
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September 05, 2018 at 02:39PM

U.S. Vacation Ideas for 2018 – Cities to Visit
Are you looking for ideas for places to visit in 2018? View our list of the top vacation destinations in the coming year.
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August 30, 2018 at 08:25AM

Through the CalPlus and MyHome programs, which are generally paired, buyers who receive conventional home loans from qualified private lenders can then obtain smaller loans from the state agency. These are available to cover closing costs and up to 3.5 percent of a home’s price in down payment assistance. https://la.curbed.com/2018/8/28/17788128/first-home-how-to-buy-los-angeles

5 programs for first-time homebuyers in LA
Having trouble coming up with a down payment?
More info @ https://la.curbed.com/2018/8/28/17788128/first-home-how-to-buy-los-angeles
Through the CalPlus and MyHome programs, which are generally paired, buyers who receive conventional home loans from qualified private lenders can then obtain smaller loans from the state agency. These are available to cover closing costs and up to 3.5 percent of a home’s price in down payment assistance.
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August 28, 2018 at 09:23PM