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Denver Home Prices Hit Another All-Time High

August 18, 2014

Denver has become the housing market that just won’t stop. When the national recovery began, Denver real estate prices reflected the steady increases seen throughout the U.S. Unlike most markets, though, Denver home values never stopped increasing. Deemed a “hot housing market” months ago by analysts, Denver has fully recovered from the recession. Recent figures […]

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New or Old? Advice for Navigating Las Vegas Home Listings

August 14, 2014

2013 was a very good year for new home sales in Las Vegas—and the city’s overall housing market. Builders and contractors enjoyed a huge boost as the market recovered. 7,300 Nevadan homebuyers opted to buy a new property, but fewer folks are making that decision this year. New home sales have declined, and more people […]

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These Are the Best Housing Markets for Millennials

August 06, 2014

A few years ago, college graduates flocked to the coasts, starting their careers and taking up residence in New York, San Francisco, or Los Angeles. Today, that narrative is changing, and other cities are attracting millennial homebuyers— not to the edges of the country, but to the middle of it. According to new research from […]

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6 Strategies to Attract Indianapolis Homebuyers in a Slow Market

August 01, 2014 Strategies to Attract Indianapolis Homebuyers in a Slow Market

Earlier this month, the Indianapolis Business Journal reported that home sales have decreased for the tenth straight month. The Indianapolis housing market enjoyed a huge boost in 2013, the fourth best year for home sales in the city’s history, but the numbers have again slowed. Indianapolis has experienced a 14.9% drop in June from figures […]

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What’s Next for the Atlanta Housing Market?

July 21, 2014

The housing market in Atlanta is strong—and it’s been growing stronger for months. Atlanta home prices in April increased 2%, one of only five American cities to see such a gain. The numbers were even higher in May. Every other real estate factor has demonstrated similar growth, making Atlanta a kind of poster child for […]

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The Perks of Buying a Home in Downtown Salt Lake City

July 11, 2014

The general narrative of first time homebuyers used to go something like this: Single folks and young couples bought condos or small urban houses, and once they started families they migrated out, following the trail toward suburban sprawl. It’s a tried-and-true homeownership trend, and it continues to appeal to many folks, but not everyone. More […]

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Why Ohio’s Economic Growth Is Good News for Columbus Homeowners

July 10, 2014

When the housing bubble burst in 2007, it started the Great Recession, an economic downturn that began in the financial sector and quickly extended to every part of the U.S. economy. Inflation and unemployment both spiked. To most observers, the economy and housing markets appeared inextricably linked. In fact, their relationship is more complicated than that, […]

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