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RT @NAR_Research: Nearly 25 million people filed for unemployment benefits in the week ending May 9. However, 33.5 million people filed a new unemployment claim in the previous 7 weeks. Thus, nearly 8 million first filers likely already found a job or they were rehired. http://ow.ly/2rip50zOaT0Original linkOriginal author: NAR Media Relations
Some 4.2 million Americans are now using forbearance programs. However, the rate at which loans are going into forbearance is slowing, suggesting conditions are stabilizing.Original linkOriginal author: Jim Dalrymple II
Ababsolutum/Getty ImagesThe coronavirus pandemic has put all of us on high alert, especially in public places. But for apartment and condo dwellers, there’s one particular public place that’s become a truly concentrated epicenter of fear and awkwardness: the elevator.In a time when we all are limiting our exposure to public places, an elevator insi
realtor.com, Mitchell Layton/Getty ImagesFormer MLB All-Star Jayson Werth is selling his massive estate in McLean, VA, for $7 million.The enormous estate was built in 2003 by George Sagatov, a luxury-home builder in Northern Virginia. Werth purchased the estate through a limited liability company in early 2011 for $6,550,000 from businessman Willia
The listing was up for four days before Coldwell Banker agent Daniel Oster added the Bigfoot photos, which drew more than 640,000 views on Zillow alone.Original linkOriginal author: Veronika Bondarenko
One of the nation's largest indies gains a foothold in five new states and acquires a stake in a company with a franchising division.Original linkOriginal author: Patrick Kearns
Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty ImagesHome-price growth accelerated in March, even as home sales dropped after the coronavirus pandemic shut down economic activity in some regions.The S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index, which measures average home prices in major metropolitan areas across the nation, rose 4.4% in the year that ended in
Learn essentials from three members of the Inman community ahead of Inman Connect Now, June 2-4, 2020.Original linkOriginal author: Inman
Valerie Mnuchin claims her penthouse's potential buyers exploited the COVID-19 crisis to try and renegotiate the sale contract, which resulted in the co-op board rejecting the deal.Original linkOriginal author: Lillian Dickerson
In this special edition of his Daily Dispatch podcast, Brad Inman gets down to the nitty-gritty with two agents who are experiencing the effects of the pandemic on their business. Original linkOriginal author: Inman
Sales of new single-family homes fell 0.6 percent to a seasonally adjusted rate of 623,000 in April, according to U.S. Census Bureau data released Tuesday.Original linkOriginal author: Veronika Bondarenko
realtor.comHear ye, hear ye. A castle in San Francisco, complete with turret, has landed on the market for $1.8 million. As royal residences go, the king or queen of this castle should be prepared to put in some work. It’s a “handyman’s special,” says the listing agent, Dirk Kinley with Compass. “But more like a contractor special,” he amends, give
Home prices were up 1.7 percent quarter-over-quarter and 5.7 percent year-over-year, according to the ​Federal Housing Finance Agency.Original linkOriginal author: Patrick Kearns
Home prices rose 4.4 percent, up from 4.2 percent in the previous month, according to the S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller U.S. National Home Price NSA Index.Original linkOriginal author: Veronika Bondarenko
RT @NAR_Research: NAR’s April 2020 Realtors® Confidence Index (RCI) Survey shows the effect of coronavirus social distancing measures on the housing market. http://ow.ly/HC9250zObzNOriginal linkOriginal author: NAR Media Relations
RT @NAR_Research: NAR Research compiles the latest housing market data in this weekly monitor, based on what REALTORS® are seeing in their market, mortgage data, jobless claims, foot traffic, and the latest home sales numbers. http://ow.ly/mGWY50zNFD4Original linkOriginal author: NAR Media Relations
RT @NAR_Research: Home viewings data indicates a continued downward trend in home buyer traffic in April 2020 compared to the prior month and year in the wake of coronavirus social distancing measures, stay-at-home orders and the unprecedented rise in unemployment. http://ow.ly/uf8i50zObes Original linkOriginal author: NAR Media Relations
When interior designer Elizabeth Walther and her husband designed and built their home in Covington, Louisiana, 23 years ago, they dedicated more of their budget to a riverfront lot than to finishes. Recently they finally had the opportunity to transform their master bathroom into the glamorous...Original author: Becky Harris
When interior designer Elizabeth Walther and her husband designed and built their home in Covington, Louisiana, 23 years ago, they dedicated more of their budget to a riverfront lot than to finishes. Recently they finally had the opportunity to transform their master bathroom into the glamorous...Original author: Becky Harris
Home can be a place to rest, rejuvenate and nourish yourself and your family. In this episode of Houzz TV Live, professional home organizers Patricia Lee and Jeanne Taylor of Tailorly share tips with Houzz editor...Original author: Erin Carlyle