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Buyers on their first go at homeownership are a product of their surroundings today—budgets burdened by college debt and mounting prices (and, now, rates), with the inability to save. With the barely-there headway in inventory, many are simply spinning their wheels. "With the lower end of the housing market—smaller, moderately-priced homes—seeing the worst...

While housing prices may be rising across many parts of the country, you can still snag a deal—if you're willing to move to Elm Street. According to spooky new findings from Zillow, the typical home on Elm Streets across the country is worth $133,000, which is about 65 percent lower than the median U.S. home value of $220,100. Additionally, the average Krueger...

It's that spooky time of year again, and while ghouls and ghosts are typically reserved for Halloween night, there's a segment of the population that has haunting experiences year-round. Is this a concern for homebuyers? According to realtor.com®'s new Haunted Real Estate Report, which surveyed 1,067 people across the U.S., haunted homes are not completely off the...

By Abigail Sawyer When you're ready to list your home on the real estate market, you conduct a thorough inspection and fix any problem areas. You make your house look shiny and new by replacing broken items, upgrading light fixtures, floors, cabinets and window treatments, cleaning every inch and staging your home perfectly for your open houses. But aside from listing...

By Frederick Peters, Warburg Realty Proptech. Although the word, a contraction of "property technology," did not exist ten years ago, it has now taken the venture capital world by storm. But what it means, and to whom, varies widely within both the tech and real estate sectors. Is the goal to render the real estate agent obsolete, or to help him or her do their...

Amid this year's historic hurricane season, and in the aftermath of two devastating storms, countless homeowners are on the path to rebuild. For the communities in a hurricane's wake, there's a danger to be mindful of: contractor scams. If a Contractor Knocks… When disaster strikes, homeowners are often targets, having just bore the brunt of catastrophe and in...

Moving to a new city can be extremely stressful. With so many moving parts, one thing you certainly don't want to forget is researching how noisy your new neighborhood will be. And nowhere is this more true than in New York City, where some of the highest levels of noise pollution in the country can be found. But how do you research how noisy different neighborhoods...

By Brentnie Daggett Fall nights are in full swing and the harvest moon hangs low in the sky. There's no doubt about it, Halloween is just around the corner! Related: Don't Scare Buyers Away This Halloween If you plan on passing out treats in your neck of the woods this year, be sure that you prep your home to ensure safety for tiny ghosts and goblins who will soon...

Posted on Oct 12 2018 - 1:23pm by Liz Dominguez
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Are you beginning your search for the retirement spot where you can truly lay back and relax? You'll want a place that feels like vacation, but can also sustain your lifestyle. It's a big step and there's a lot to consider. The biggest factors? A location's desirability, affordability, impact on happiness, job market, healthcare quality and taxes—all of which were...

All across the country, from San Francisco to New York, many residents in major metro areas are experiencing a lack of living space. If you want decent square footage, it often comes with a hefty price tag. Nowhere is this more true than in Los Angeles. It's for this reason that building owners and luxury developers in L.A., who are lucky enough to have some backyard...