MCLEAN, VA--(Marketwired - Nov 9, 2017) - Freddie Mac (OTCQB: FMCC) released its November Insight, which explores the warning signs that lead to the collapse of last decade's house price bubble and the concern of a possible new bubble. Despite the substantial house price increases in recent years and the evidence that house prices are unusually high in a growing number of metro areas, the Insight concludes that there is not currently a house price bubble.
BUILDER Magzine recently polled real estate professionals to share their thoughts about the top design trends their clients are currently requesting. Here are some of the top design trends that real estate pros said are in demand:
One of the most useful research projects of the National Association of REALTORS®(NAR) is the annual survey of homebuyers and sellers. It is particularly useful because it shows sellers and their agents what works and what sources buyers use to find their new homes.
As we return to a some what normal real estate market, the number of homeowners who either owe more than their property is worth or are unable because of other difficulties to pay their mortgage is down.
Are we a Nation divided by housing choices as well as political ones? History and geography have played a role.
For many condominium buyers and sellers, the Obama administration delivered what seemed like encouraging news last week:
2000 S Ocean Boulevard, Manalapan, Fla., $195,000,000
This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to get your hands on one of the greatest estates in the world. It covers a total of 15.65 acres on the exclusive Barrier Island just south of Palm Beach and it shares a 1,200-foot border with the Atlantic Ocean. It has a staggering 33 bedrooms and 47 bathrooms – more than enough for you to host legendary parties! The setting is a breathtaking botanical oasis which opens out onto a wide sandy beach. And if that doesn’t provide enough recreational opportunities, there’s always the tennis court, the swimming pool and the PGA-standard golf practice area!
U.S. households collectively reached a record net worth of $89.1 trillion in the second quarter, but behind that improvement were a wide range of outcomes for households digging out of an economic downturn over the past decade.