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Mortgage and real estate news this week

This is a traditionally slow time for the real estate market as people are starting to focus more on family dramas and last minute gift shopping than buying a new home, but there are still some trends that exist. deserve to be watched. 1. Does the refi window close? Probably. It’s been a busy year […]

Sees succeeds as each teammate flourishe...

The second year of the pandemic was another year of milestones for the Voit Real Estate Services team. The broker-owned commercial real estate company celebrated its 50th anniversary in a year in which the economy has gone from bad to good. The Voit team also won their third place among the best places to work […]

“People do not have enough money when th

The real estate market has started to stabilize: how the preferential mortgage program affected the cost of housing Photo: Ministry of Construction of Tatarstan There is no slowdown in mortgage issuance in the market, according to the banks. On the contrary, the volume of mortgage loans already exceeds the indicators of the pandemic year 2020. […]

Slow Back to Work in Person Transforming...

Fe less than 25% of office workers have returned to work in person in the nation’s capital. It’s a trend that is hitting the commercial real estate market and other downtown businesses. While other metropolitan areas have seen workers return faster, Washington, DC, has fallen behind as many workers in the city have jobs that […]

The worst could be over for Tokyo real e...

The rate of empty offices in central Tokyo in November fell for the first time since the start of the pandemic, an early signal that the worst may be over for the capital’s real estate market. The vacancy rate fell 0.12 percentage points to 6.35% in Tokyo’s five main business districts, real estate brokerage firm […]

North Texas commercial real estate all-o...

STRONG VALUE (CBSDFW.COM) – No doubt the North Texas real estate market has sparked unprecedented interest in 2021. Real estate experts say it’s not just residential properties that catch the eye of applicants, but commercial advertisements as well. READ MORE: Santa’s virtual tours benefit children’s health Luis Pina, owner of Accent Commercial Real Estate in […]

Megasite real estate boom

LIBERTY, NC – The Greensboro-Randolph megasite is turning into a Toyota electric battery manufacturing plant, and that has big implications. One industry that will feel its effects is the real estate industry. “I’ve been in real estate since, let’s see, since I was about 22,” said real estate agent Kim Burgess. “So about 16 years […]

Superman mortgage Alberto Dominguez laun...

Miami, FL, December 09, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Alberto Dominguez, known as the “Mortgage Superman,” is renowned in the Miami area as lenders, investors, builders and contractors call for alternative financing options when they are not eligible for traditional loans. Alberto Dominguez Dominguez, a mortgage loan officer at Ideal Lending Solutions, doesn’t have to wear […]

A local real estate agent is chosen to s...

Lauren Risley is surprisingly modest despite her newfound stardom as an HGTV host. The St. Charles native, corporate refugee and owner of Lauren Risley Realty is the star of Call the nearest, an eight-episode series produced by St. Louis-based Coolfire Studios. “The craziest part of it all is that I never wanted to be on […]

Real estate forecast for 2022 paints a g...

According to Realtor.com’s 2022 housing forecast, released on Wednesday, demand from first-time buyers will outstrip the recovery of stocks in the domestic real estate market as Americans will have a better chance of finding a home but face a competitive seller’s market. The year will also present a mix of housing affordability challenges and opportunities, […]

Chris Reed: California housing crisis se...

It’s time to realize that California’s housing crisis could be permanent. Our system is broken. The median statewide home price in November was $ 699,000, up 18.5% from November 2019. The average November rent for a one-bedroom apartment in the Golden State was $ 1,670, up 19.8% from November 2020. Many economists believed the pandemic […]

Real estate forecast 2022: Growth will c...

Photo provided Shauna Ray is President of the Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors. When it comes to real estate next year, consumers can expect a strong real estate market with signs of normalization. For example, house prices may rise at a slower rate, interest rates may rise a bit, and selling activity may be slightly […]

Is the failure of Zillow Offers a sign t...

Zillow’s decision to halt its home buying business, Zillow Offers, has led to speculation that the housing market may not be very healthy. Zillow said his decision was based on a backlog of renovations, labor shortages and other operational delays. The Seattle-based company stopped buying at the start of the pandemic when the market was […]

How to choose a real estate agent

Buying and selling a home is a big decision, so be sure to choose a real estate agent who will walk you through the process. Look for an experienced agent or broker who is familiar with your real estate market and who always acts in your best interests. Use these tips as a guide. Tips […]

Real Estate Agents Now Outnumber 3-for-1...

DAYTONA BEACH – It’s a telltale sign of how intense the Daytona Beach area real estate market is: Realtors are now outnumbering homes for sale by a ratio of more than 3 to 1. To the astonishment of real estate veteran Alisa Rogers, the number of real estate agents in the area continues to grow, […]

Case-Shiller: Home prices in San Diego r...

Home prices in San Diego rose at their fastest pace in the pandemic in July – up 27.8% in one year. It was the second-largest price increase in the country, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller indices reported on Tuesday, and the largest increase for the San Diego metro area since December 2004. Phoenix remained […]

Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld announce $ 1....

It has become a bit of a cliché to say that “the set is a character too” to come off as a lot more pretentious about The Wire or something like that, but these things only get cliché because they’re in. somehow true. In all of Amy Chua-Jed Rubenfeld’s drama coverage over the past several […]

Better to rent than buy a house in San D...

Home prices in San Diego have risen rapidly over the past year and it might be tempting to think that now is the time to buy before they rise further. But should you? A new quarterly report from researchers at Florida Atlantic University and Florida International University says it would be faster to accumulate wealth […]

Chicago Firms Pay $ 576 Million to Build...

Chicago-based real estate investment firms Harrison Street and Sterling Bay will pay $ 576 million to buy 1.4 million square feet in Sorrento Mesa and build a massive life sciences campus. The companies announced in late August that they had signed an agreement with the current owner, the City Office real estate investment trust, with […]

San Diego County approves plan for more ...

San Diego – With a housing crisis driving up house prices, San Diego County officials have approved a plan that they hope will boost homebuilding efforts for low- and middle-income San Diego residents. On Tuesday, the San Diego County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a measure introduced by Supervisors Terra Lawson-Remer and Nora Vargas that […]

Should I stay or should I go?

Should I stay or should I go? A big question for so many homeowners this fall … In today’s market, you can expect your home to sell fairly quickly for the period.asking price, maybe above, and you are more likely to receive multiple offer if: Your house is “ready to move in!” “ -Declutter-Painted-Cleaned up […]

Will house prices in San Diego hit nearl...

Home prices in San Diego will maintain their skyrocketing rise over the next 12 months, according to a new study, with a sharp increase of 24.7% for a median home price close to $ 1 million. Home improvement site Porch, which provides research into housing market trends, said the San Diego metro area will experience […]

Grossmont Center, a family business for ...

Locally owned for almost 60 years, the Grossmont Center at La Mesa is now controlled by an out-of-town real estate investment trust that aims to reshape the 64-acre property in the years to come. In June, Maryland-based Federal Realty Investment Trust acquired a 60% interest in the 92,000 square foot regional mall. The transaction valued […]

Home prices in San Diego are up 25% in o...

America’s Finest City is just a hair’s breadth away from having the hottest real estate market in the country. Home prices in the San Diego metro area rose 24.7% year on year in May, the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller indices reported Tuesday. Phoenix was the only metro to have a faster gain at 25.9%. May was […]