Pending home sales rebounded sharply in February to their highest level in nearly a year and second-highest level in over a decade, according to the National Association of Realtors®. All major regions saw a notable hike in contract activity last month. – https://www.nar.realtor/news-releases/2017/03/pending-home-sales-leap-55-in-february

Pending Home Sales Leap 5.5% in February
Pending home sales rebounded sharply in February to their highest level in nearly a year and second-highest level in over a decade.
More info @ https://www.nar.realtor/news-releases/2017/03/pending-home-sales-leap-55-in-february
Pending home sales rebounded sharply in February to their highest level in nearly a year and second-highest level in over a decade, according to the National Association of Realtors®. All major regions saw a notable hike in contract activity last month. – https://www.nar.realtor/news-releases/2017/03/pending-home-sales-leap-55-in-february Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
March 29, 2017 at 07:38PM

The National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association reports today that retirement-aged homeowners saw a combined 2.8 percent increase of $170.7 billion in home equity in the fourth quarter of 2016, boosting their total housing wealth to $6.2 trillion. http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/home-equity-grows-by-1707-billion-for-homeowners-62-and-older-in-q4-2016-300431146.html

Home Equity Grows by $170.7 Billion for Homeowners 62 and Older in Q4 2016
WASHINGTON, March 29, 2017 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — The National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association reports today…
More info @ http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/home-equity-grows-by-1707-billion-for-homeowners-62-and-older-in-q4-2016-300431146.html
The National Reverse Mortgage Lenders Association reports today that retirement-aged homeowners saw a combined 2.8 percent increase of $170.7 billion in home equity in the fourth quarter of 2016, boosting their total housing wealth to $6.2 trillion.
http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/home-equity-grows-by-1707-billion-for-homeowners-62-and-older-in-q4-2016-300431146.html Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
March 29, 2017 at 07:37PM

“Last year, you could buy one typical Orange County single-family home or get one home each in, say, Las Vegas, Minneapolis and Richmond, Va. Or one each in Phoenix, Chicago and Durham, N.C. Pick any three! Yes, my trusty spreadsheet tells me local house hunters last year paid 3.14 times the national cost for an existing single-family home, according to National Association of Realtors data. Paying triple the norm – what I call the “Orange Premium” – has been the price of relative paradise since late 2013.” Why? Lots of jobs, Low Housing Supply, Many expensive homes, peoplle, good jobs, www.ocregister.com/articles/orange-747530-new-home.html

Why Orange County homes cost triple the national norm
Last year, you could buy one typical Orange County single-family home or get one home each in, say, Las Vegas, Minneapolis and Richmond, Va.
More info @ http://www.ocregister.com/articles/orange-747530-new-home.html
“Last year, you could buy one typical Orange County single-family home or get one home each in, say, Las Vegas, Minneapolis and Richmond, Va.

Or one each in Phoenix, Chicago and Durham, N.C. Pick any three!

Yes, my trusty spreadsheet tells me local house hunters last year paid 3.14 times the national cost for an existing single-family home, according to National Association of Realtors data. Paying triple the norm – what I call the “Orange Premium” – has been the price of relative paradise since late 2013.”
Why?
Lots of jobs, Low Housing Supply, Many expensive homes, peoplle, good jobs,

http://www.ocregister.com/articles/orange-747530-new-home.html Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
March 27, 2017 at 09:19AM

Los Angeles is in a sweet spot in its real estate cycle that will make it one of the top choices in the world for buying property this year, a new report says. The L.A. area ranked No. 1 in North America in a survey of global real estate investors who have a combined total of $1.7 trillion to spend on property in 2017. Top choice cities for investment in other regions were London and Sydney, Australia

Los Angeles ranks as the top choice in the U.S. for international real estate investors
Los Angeles is in a sweet spot in its real estate cycle that will make it one of the top choices in the world for buying property this year, a new report says.
More info @ http://www.latimes.com/business/la-fi-global-investors-20170317-story.html
Los Angeles is in a sweet spot in its real estate cycle that will make it one of the top choices in the world for buying property this year, a new report says.

The L.A. area ranked No. 1 in North America in a survey of global real estate investors who have a combined total of $1.7 trillion to spend on property in 2017. Top choice cities for investment in other regions were London and Sydney, Australia Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
March 26, 2017 at 12:44PM

NAR HOME Survey: Economic, Financial Optimism Surges; Renters Lukewarm About Buying
Multiple years of uninterrupted job gains and optimism about 2017 are igniting consumer confidence, especially in rural and middle America.
More info @ https://www.nar.realtor/news-releases/2017/03/nar-home-survey-economic-financial-optimism-surges-renters-lukewarm-about-buying
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March 25, 2017 at 09:33PM

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Realtors: Consumer confidence surge is good news for housing
Consumer confidence continues to reach new heights, even hitting an all-new high in the National Association of Realtor’s latest quarterly survey. And this soaring confidence brings good news to housing – NAR’s chief economist explains why.
More info @ http://www.housingwire.com/articles/39576-realtors-consumer-confidence-surge-is-good-news-for-housing
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March 25, 2017 at 09:33PM

for March 0:022017 and this month we’ll take a look at 0:05three areas sentiment with an updated 0:08look at consumer confidence and strategy 0:11will review practical purchase 0:12intentions finally we’ll take a closer 0:15look at consumers use of credit to fund 0:18their spending we began with consumer 0:21confidence heading into spring sentiment 0:23climbs more than seven points month over 0:25month to fifty seven point eight percent 0:27who are confident or very confident in 0:29the economy in March while members of 0:32the silent and boomer generations have 0:34been driving games and consumer 0:36confidence something I spoke about last 0:38month’s snapshot sentiment among the 0:41younger Jenna and millennial generation 0:42rose fifteen percent from februari in 0:45line with the overall average so this 0:49month optimism wasn’t a result of 0:51lopsided sentiment between the 0:52generations all four of the major adult 0:55generations are feeling better about the 0:57economy compared to a month ago and this 1:01most 57.8 percent reading represents a 1:0415-year high in the history of 1:06prosperous monthly consumer survey for 1:10an additional quick historical 1:12perspective here this must result is a 1:14more than twenty percent improvement 1:15over March 2016 as well as pre-recession 1:19march two thousand seven while consumers 1:23are bullish on the outlook for the 1:24economy in March they were main 1:26relatively bearish when it comes to 1:28personal plans to spent this month 1:30thirty six point nine percent indicate 1:32that they’ve become more practical where 1:34they’re purchasing down over two points 1:36mother per month but remaining more than 1:38a point above March 2016 likewise 1:43shoppers focus on just the necessities 1:45also declines month over month but 1:47remains elevated year-over-year in March 1:5143.1 percent indicate that they are 1:53zeroing in on just what they wouldn’t 1:55have to store this month continuing 1:57above the 13 month average of forty two 2:00point five percent 2:01on the topic of consumer spending let’s 2:05take a look at some of our quarterly 2:07insights on how shoppers are utilizing 2:09credit and why their current 2:11practicality seems to be coming into 2:13play here as you can see in this first 2:15table while just over one and four 2:17maintains zero dollar balances on their 2:19credit cards each month the majority of 2:21consumers carry balances of up to five 2:24thousand dollars looking at the trends 2:27here it appears sent over the past 2:29holiday season consumers were more 2:31inclined are able to take on some credit 2:33card debt with balances under five 2:36thousand dollars increasing about four 2:37percent year-over-year I think that this 2:40might help explain why consumers are 2:42feeling a bit more practical and focused 2:44on means compared to a year ago they 2:46still might be feeling overspent from 2:48the holiday season and thinking about 2:50the extra debt they are carrying on 2:51their plastic over the longer term 2:55though consumers seem more confident in 2:58or have had a need to take on smaller 3:00balances with the percentage of zero 3:03dollar balances declining and an average 3:06annual rate of three percent over the 3:08past five years and that’s all for this 3:13month you can also keep tabs on our 3:15latest insights by heading over to 3:17prosper discovery com thanks for 3:20watching

Mar-17 Consumer Snapshot

More info @ https://www.youtube.com/embed/kHQyholsZ2E
for March
0:022017 and this month we’ll take a look at
0:05three areas sentiment with an updated
0:08look at consumer confidence and strategy
0:11will review practical purchase
0:12intentions finally we’ll take a closer
0:15look at consumers use of credit to fund
0:18their spending we began with consumer
0:21confidence heading into spring sentiment
0:23climbs more than seven points month over
0:25month to fifty seven point eight percent
0:27who are confident or very confident in
0:29the economy in March while members of
0:32the silent and boomer generations have
0:34been driving games and consumer
0:36confidence something I spoke about last
0:38month’s snapshot sentiment among the
0:41younger Jenna and millennial generation
0:42rose fifteen percent from februari in
0:45line with the overall average so this
0:49month optimism wasn’t a result of
0:51lopsided sentiment between the
0:52generations all four of the major adult
0:55generations are feeling better about the
0:57economy compared to a month ago and this
1:01most 57.8 percent reading represents a
1:0415-year high in the history of
1:06prosperous monthly consumer survey for
1:10an additional quick historical
1:12perspective here this must result is a
1:14more than twenty percent improvement
1:15over March 2016 as well as pre-recession
1:19march two thousand seven while consumers
1:23are bullish on the outlook for the
1:24economy in March they were main
1:26relatively bearish when it comes to
1:28personal plans to spent this month
1:30thirty six point nine percent indicate
1:32that they’ve become more practical where
1:34they’re purchasing down over two points
1:36mother per month but remaining more than
1:38a point above March 2016 likewise
1:43shoppers focus on just the necessities
1:45also declines month over month but
1:47remains elevated year-over-year in March
1:5143.1 percent indicate that they are
1:53zeroing in on just what they wouldn’t
1:55have to store this month continuing
1:57above the 13 month average of forty two
2:00point five percent
2:01on the topic of consumer spending let’s
2:05take a look at some of our quarterly
2:07insights on how shoppers are utilizing
2:09credit and why their current
2:11practicality seems to be coming into
2:13play here as you can see in this first
2:15table while just over one and four
2:17maintains zero dollar balances on their
2:19credit cards each month the majority of
2:21consumers carry balances of up to five
2:24thousand dollars looking at the trends
2:27here it appears sent over the past
2:29holiday season consumers were more
2:31inclined are able to take on some credit
2:33card debt with balances under five
2:36thousand dollars increasing about four
2:37percent year-over-year I think that this
2:40might help explain why consumers are
2:42feeling a bit more practical and focused
2:44on means compared to a year ago they
2:46still might be feeling overspent from
2:48the holiday season and thinking about
2:50the extra debt they are carrying on
2:51their plastic over the longer term
2:55though consumers seem more confident in
2:58or have had a need to take on smaller
3:00balances with the percentage of zero
3:03dollar balances declining and an average
3:06annual rate of three percent over the
3:08past five years and that’s all for this
3:13month you can also keep tabs on our
3:15latest insights by heading over to
3:17prosper discovery com thanks for
3:20watching Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
March 16, 2017 at 08:54PM

Millennials are becoming a powerhouse in the real estate market, accounting for 84 percent of closed loans in January. And they’re increasingly turning to Federal Housing Administration loans, those that offer low down payment options, to achieve homeownership. http://realtormag.realtor.org/daily-news/2017/03/07/millennials-flood-fha-loan-market#sf60796575

Millennials Flood FHA Loan Market
“As more millennials enter the market, we expect to see the popularity of FHA loans continue to increase,” says an Ellie Mae spokesman. 
More info @ http://realtormag.realtor.org/daily-news/2017/03/07/millennials-flood-fha-loan-market#sf60796575
Millennials are becoming a powerhouse in the real estate market, accounting for 84 percent of closed loans in January. And they’re increasingly turning to Federal Housing Administration loans, those that offer low down payment options, to achieve homeownership. http://realtormag.realtor.org/daily-news/2017/03/07/millennials-flood-fha-loan-market#sf60796575 Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
March 16, 2017 at 07:12PM

NAR HOME Survey: Economic, Financial Optimism Surges; Renters Lukewarm About Buying Washington, D.C. – March 15, 2017 (nar.realtor) Multiple years of uninterrupted job gains and hope that the best is yet to come in 2017 are igniting consumer confidence across the country, and especially in rural and middle America, according to new consumer survey findings from the National Association of Realtors®. The survey additionally found a growing disparity among renters who think it’s a good time to buy and homeowners who think it’s a good time to sell. In NAR’s ongoing quarterly Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) survey(1), respondents were asked about their confidence in the U.S. economy and various questions about their housing expectations. In the first three months of 2017, the share of households believing the economy is improving soared to its highest share in the survey’s five-quarter history (62 percent), and is up from 54 percent last quarter and 48 percent in March 2016. In an extraordinary reversal from previous quarters, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says the surge in positive sentiment about the economy is primarily from respondents living in the Midwest (67 percent; 51 percent last quarter) and rural areas (63 percent; 43 percent last quarter). Last March, only 49 percent of Midwesterners and 35 percent of those living in rural areas thought the economy was improving. “Confidence levels generally rise after a presidential election as the nation hopes for the best. Even though it is a highly polarized country, consumers for the most part have upbeat feelings about the economy right now,” he said. “Stronger business and consumer morale typically lead to even more hiring and spending, which in turn encourages more households to make big decisions like buying a home. These positive developments would be especially good news for prospective homebuyers in the more affordable Midwest region.” Higher confidence in the economy is also translating to better feelings about households’ financial situation. The HOME survey’s monthly Personal Financial Outlook Index(2) showing respondents’ confidence that their financial situation will be better in six months, jumped to its highest reading in the survey, climbing to 62.6 in March from 59.8 in December 2016. A year ago, the index was 58.1. Affordability and inventory challenges dimming renter optimism On the cusp of the busy spring season, most households believe now is a good time to buy a home. However, confidence continues to trickle backwards among renters. Fifty-six percent of renters said now is a good time to buy, which is down both from last quarter (57 percent) and a year ago (62 percent). Eighty percent of homeowners (78 percent in December 2016; 82 percent in March 2016) think now is a good time to make a home purchase. Younger households, renters and those living in the costlier West region – where prices continue to spike – are the least optimistic. “Inventory conditions are even worse than a year ago(3) and home prices and mortgage rates are on an uphill climb,” added Yun. “These factors are giving many renter households a pause about it being a good time to buy, even as their job prospects improve and wages grow. Unless there’s a significant boost in supply levels this spring, these constraints will unfortunately slow or delay some prospective buyers’ pursuit of purchasing a home.” Led by the West, more homeowners view selling favorably right now One promising trend that could alleviate supply shortages is the notable bump in the share of respondents this quarter who believe now is a good time to sell a home. Sixty-nine percent of homeowners think now is a good time to sell, which is up from last quarter (62 percent) and a year ago (56 percent). Continuing the trend over the past year, those in the West continue to be the most likely to think now is a good time to sell (77 percent), while also being the least likely to think it’s a good time to buy (61 percent). NAR President William E. Brown, a Realtor® from Alamo, California, says homeowners looking to trade up or move down this spring could find themselves in a tricky spot without careful planning and a reliable expert on their side. “Demand far outpaces supply in many parts of the country right now, which means homeowners will likely sell their home much quicker than the time it takes to buy another,” he said. “Before listing, it’s best to have a carefully crafted plan in place. In addition to assisting in the hunt for a new home, a Realtor® is an invaluable negotiating partner in the common situation where a buyer’s new home purchase is contingent upon selling their property currently up for sale.” About NAR’s HOME survey In January through early March, a sample of U.S. households was surveyed via random-digit dial, including half via cell phones and the other half via land lines. The survey was conducted by an established survey research firm, TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence. Each month approximately 900 qualified households responded to the survey. The data was compiled for this report and a total of 2,698 household responses are represented. The National Association of Realtors®, “The Voice for Real Estate,” is America’s largest trade association, representing 1.2 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries. 1. NAR’s Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) survey tracks topical real estate trends, including current renters and homeowners’ views and aspirations regarding homeownership, whether or not it’s a good time to buy or sell a home, and expectations and experiences in the mortgage market. New questions are added to the survey each quarter to reflect timely topics impacting real estate. HOME survey data is collected on a monthly basis and will be reported each quarter. New questions will be added to the survey each quarter to reflect timely topics impacting the real estate marketplace. The next release is scheduled for Monday, June 12, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. ET. 2. Index ranges between 0 and 100: 0 = all respondents believe their personal financial situation will be worse in 6 months; 50 = all respondents believe their personal financial situation will be about the same in 6 months; 100 = all respondents believe their personal situation will be better in 6 months. 3. Total housing inventory at the end of January was at 1.69 million existing homes available for sale, which is 7.1 percent lower than a year ago (1.82 million) and has fallen year-over-year for 20 straight months.https://www.nar.realtor/research-and-statistics/homeownership-opportunities-and-market-experience-survey

Homeownership Opportunities and Market Experience Survey
This quarterly report reflects consumer feelings about the housing market. It includes views on housing as a good financial investment, whether homeownership is part of the American Dream, if now is a good time to buy or sell a home, and perception of home price changes.
More info @ https://www.nar.realtor/research-and-statistics/homeownership-opportunities-and-market-experience-survey
NAR HOME Survey: Economic, Financial Optimism Surges; Renters Lukewarm About Buying

Washington, D.C. – March 15, 2017 (nar.realtor) Multiple years of uninterrupted job gains and hope that the best is yet to come in 2017 are igniting consumer confidence across the country, and especially in rural and middle America, according to new consumer survey findings from the National Association of Realtors®. The survey additionally found a growing disparity among renters who think it’s a good time to buy and homeowners who think it’s a good time to sell.

In NAR’s ongoing quarterly Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) survey(1), respondents were asked about their confidence in the U.S. economy and various questions about their housing expectations.

In the first three months of 2017, the share of households believing the economy is improving soared to its highest share in the survey’s five-quarter history (62 percent), and is up from 54 percent last quarter and 48 percent in March 2016.

In an extraordinary reversal from previous quarters, NAR Chief Economist Lawrence Yun says the surge in positive sentiment about the economy is primarily from respondents living in the Midwest (67 percent; 51 percent last quarter) and rural areas (63 percent; 43 percent last quarter). Last March, only 49 percent of Midwesterners and 35 percent of those living in rural areas thought the economy was improving.

“Confidence levels generally rise after a presidential election as the nation hopes for the best. Even though it is a highly polarized country, consumers for the most part have upbeat feelings about the economy right now,” he said. “Stronger business and consumer morale typically lead to even more hiring and spending, which in turn encourages more households to make big decisions like buying a home. These positive developments would be especially good news for prospective homebuyers in the more affordable Midwest region.”

Higher confidence in the economy is also translating to better feelings about households’ financial situation. The HOME survey’s monthly Personal Financial Outlook Index(2) showing respondents’ confidence that their financial situation will be better in six months, jumped to its highest reading in the survey, climbing to 62.6 in March from 59.8 in December 2016. A year ago, the index was 58.1.

Affordability and inventory challenges dimming renter optimism

On the cusp of the busy spring season, most households believe now is a good time to buy a home. However, confidence continues to trickle backwards among renters. Fifty-six percent of renters said now is a good time to buy, which is down both from last quarter (57 percent) and a year ago (62 percent). Eighty percent of homeowners (78 percent in December 2016; 82 percent in March 2016) think now is a good time to make a home purchase. Younger households, renters and those living in the costlier West region – where prices continue to spike – are the least optimistic.

“Inventory conditions are even worse than a year ago(3) and home prices and mortgage rates are on an uphill climb,” added Yun. “These factors are giving many renter households a pause about it being a good time to buy, even as their job prospects improve and wages grow. Unless there’s a significant boost in supply levels this spring, these constraints will unfortunately slow or delay some prospective buyers’ pursuit of purchasing a home.”

Led by the West, more homeowners view selling favorably right now

One promising trend that could alleviate supply shortages is the notable bump in the share of respondents this quarter who believe now is a good time to sell a home. Sixty-nine percent of homeowners think now is a good time to sell, which is up from last quarter (62 percent) and a year ago (56 percent). Continuing the trend over the past year, those in the West continue to be the most likely to think now is a good time to sell (77 percent), while also being the least likely to think it’s a good time to buy (61 percent).

NAR President William E. Brown, a Realtor® from Alamo, California, says homeowners looking to trade up or move down this spring could find themselves in a tricky spot without careful planning and a reliable expert on their side. “Demand far outpaces supply in many parts of the country right now, which means homeowners will likely sell their home much quicker than the time it takes to buy another,” he said. “Before listing, it’s best to have a carefully crafted plan in place. In addition to assisting in the hunt for a new home, a Realtor® is an invaluable negotiating partner in the common situation where a buyer’s new home purchase is contingent upon selling their property currently up for sale.”
About NAR’s HOME survey

In January through early March, a sample of U.S. households was surveyed via random-digit dial, including half via cell phones and the other half via land lines. The survey was conducted by an established survey research firm, TechnoMetrica Market Intelligence. Each month approximately 900 qualified households responded to the survey. The data was compiled for this report and a total of 2,698 household responses are represented.

The National Association of Realtors®, “The Voice for Real Estate,” is America’s largest trade association, representing 1.2 million members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.

1. NAR’s Housing Opportunities and Market Experience (HOME) survey tracks topical real estate trends, including current renters and homeowners’ views and aspirations regarding homeownership, whether or not it’s a good time to buy or sell a home, and expectations and experiences in the mortgage market. New questions are added to the survey each quarter to reflect timely topics impacting real estate.

HOME survey data is collected on a monthly basis and will be reported each quarter. New questions will be added to the survey each quarter to reflect timely topics impacting the real estate marketplace. The next release is scheduled for Monday, June 12, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. ET.

2. Index ranges between 0 and 100: 0 = all respondents believe their personal financial situation will be worse in 6 months; 50 = all respondents believe their personal financial situation will be about the same in 6 months; 100 = all respondents believe their personal situation will be better in 6 months.

3. Total housing inventory at the end of January was at 1.69 million existing homes available for sale, which is 7.1 percent lower than a year ago (1.82 million) and has fallen year-over-year for 20 straight months.https://www.nar.realtor/research-and-statistics/homeownership-opportunities-and-market-experience-survey Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
March 16, 2017 at 06:14PM

Although millennials and Gen X buyers are the most likely to go online during their search, they are also the most likely to buy their home using a real estate agent (92% and 88%, respectively). On the seller side, millennials were the most likely to use an agent (90%), followed closely by Gen X and younger boomer sellers (each at 89%). NAR President William E. Brown, a Realtor from Alamo, California, says, “Online and mobile technology is increasingly giving consumers a glut of real estate data at their disposal. “However, at the end of the day, buyers and sellers of all ages – but especially younger and often DIY-minded consumers – seek and value a Realtors’ ability to dissect this information and use their expertise and market insights to coach buyers and sellers through the complexities of a real estate transaction.” http://www.opp.today/millennials-use-us-estate-agents-hits-new-record/

Millennials’ use of US estate agents hits new record
Although millennials and Gen X buyers are the most likely to go online during their search, they are also the most likely to buy their home using a real estate agent (92% and 88%, respectively).

On the seller side, millennials were the most likely t
More info @ http://www.opp.today/millennials-use-us-estate-agents-hits-new-record/
Although millennials and Gen X buyers are the most likely to go online during their search, they are also the most likely to buy their home using a real estate agent (92% and 88%, respectively).

On the seller side, millennials were the most likely to use an agent (90%), followed closely by Gen X and younger boomer sellers (each at 89%).

NAR President William E. Brown, a Realtor from Alamo, California, says, “Online and mobile technology is increasingly giving consumers a glut of real estate data at their disposal.

“However, at the end of the day, buyers and sellers of all ages – but especially younger and often DIY-minded consumers – seek and value a Realtors’ ability to dissect this information and use their expertise and market insights to coach buyers and sellers through the complexities of a real estate transaction.”
http://www.opp.today/millennials-use-us-estate-agents-hits-new-record/ Positive Real Estate News – http://www.facebook.com/pages/p/166701730035514
March 08, 2017 at 01:38PM