Here is your 2019 Dallas Real Estate Market News! Updated daily. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and I are ready to keep you "in the know" on all your Real Estate News! Dallas is one of the hottest Real Estate Markets. It's good to stay up to date whether you are buying a home, selling a home, renting a home, or leasing a home. There are a lot of Dallas Real Estate Agents, new trends, and social media outlets talking about whats going on in the housing industry. It can feel like everything is coming at you all at once. So I have streamlined your Dallas Real Estate News and made it as easy as pie to select a topic that you like. Soon you will be a pro about what is going on in the market and I know you'll feel confident about wanting to use me as your Dallas Real Estate Agent!
Todays Real Estate Market News 2019:
The cost of renting is still growing, just a little slower Jan. 23rd 2020
The cost of renting is still getting more expensive but the rate at which rent is increasing is slowing down, at least. According to a report from Yardi Matrix, the rental market is seeing a rare slowdown as national average rent had the slowest year-over year-growth in 17 months during the month of December. The post The cost of renting is still growing, just a little slower appeared first on HousingWire.
Is the American Dream of homeownership best left to landlords? Jan. 23rd 2020
Does homeownership undermine growth, fairness and public faith in capitalism? Or is it still the stuff of stable American dreams? HousingWire Columnist Julian Hebron debates a few points. The post Is the American Dream of homeownership best left to landlords? appeared first on HousingWire.
New York state's median home price jumps 7.4% Jan. 23rd 2020
The median price for a home in New York state jumped 7.4% and sales dropped 1.1% last year as an inventory shortage held back the market. The post New York state's median home price jumps 7.4% appeared first on HousingWire.
Home seller profits hit new high as people are staying in their homes longer than ever Jan. 23rd 2020
A recent report from ATTOM Data Solutions stated that both homeownership tenure and home seller profits simultaneously hit new highs. The post Home seller profits hit new high as people are staying in their homes longer than ever appeared first on HousingWire.
Single-family rent continues rising Jan. 22nd 2020
Single-family rent prices increased 3% year over year in November 2019, according to CoreLogic’s Single-Family Rent Index. The post Single-family rent continues rising appeared first on HousingWire.
Good news: More evidence that first-time homebuyers are ready to buy Jan. 22nd 2020
TransUnion recently reported that there will be a flood of first-time homebuyers in the market over the course of the next three years. Now, it looks like that flood may be ready to start, but the news isn't all good. The post Good news: More evidence that first-time homebuyers are ready to buy appeared first on HousingWire.
U.S. existing-home sales rise 3.6% in December Jan. 22nd 2020
U.S. existing-home sales reversed course in December, rising 3.6% from the previous month’s pace, according to the National Association of Realtors. The post U.S. existing-home sales rise 3.6% in December appeared first on HousingWire.
Housing’s busy season arrives early this year Jan. 22nd 2020
The traditional February pickup in new-home traffic is watched by economists as an early gauge for overall housing demand. This year is different. This content is for HW+ members. Join today! Already a member? log in The post Housing’s busy season arrives early this year appeared first on HousingWire.
U.S. home prices rise 4.9% from November 2018 Jan. 22nd 2020
Home prices increased in November, rising only 0.2% from the previous month’s revised pace, but up 4.9% from 2018, according to the latest monthly House Price Index from the Federal Housing Finance Agency. The post U.S. home prices rise 4.9% from November 2018 appeared first on HousingWire.
Fannie Mae's Duncan: Low mortgage rates will boost prices Jan. 21st 2020
Fannie Mae raised its forecast for 2020 home-price gains, saying low mortgage rates and a strong labor market will pump up demand for properties. The post Fannie Mae's Duncan: Low mortgage rates will boost prices appeared first on HousingWire.