The price of any item (including residential real estate) is determined by ‘supply and demand’. If many people are looking to buy an item and the supply of that item is limited, the price of that item increases.
According to the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the supply of homes for sale dramatically increases every spring. Putting your home on the market now instead of waiting for the increased competition of the spring might make a lot of sense. read more
During the dot-com boom, shares in the company that operates realtor.com were trading for more than $550 after adjusting for a reverse split, Barron’s notes in an article that’s deeply skeptical of Zillow and Trulia’s current valuations. Today, shares in … read more
As real estate markets across the country heat up, competitive buying situations and bidding wars are becoming the norm. In many cities, the majority of new listings are receiving multiple…(Read More)The post What Is an Escalation Clause and When Should You Use One? appeared first on realtor.com® news. read more
Proper air circulation is crucial in any home, because airflow regulates temperature, removes impurities, prevents mold and just creates a more pleasant and safe breathing environment. By contrast, poor air circulation can actually endanger your health. When your home’s air seems stagnant, or its air circulation otherwise leaves something to be desired, take steps to get breezes flowing again for a healthier, more comfortable home. read more
Many consumers are overestimating the down payment they need in order to purchase a home, believing that they need 11 percent to 15 percent… read more