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The Rise and Fall of Property Values

A recent forecast by an enterprise risk management and collateral valuation service shows property values appreciating across the U.S. But where is the appreciation rate rising most rapidly, and what metro areas are expected to see an actual drop in value? Find out here.

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A Look Ahead at the 2018/2019 Housing Market

With the economy on cruise control and a solid labor market, it would seem like ideal conditions for brisk home sales. The fly in that ointment is that there just aren't enough homes for sale to drive sales totals higher. ...

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Existing Home Sales vs. Housing Supply

After seeing a brief uptick in the first quarter, existing home sales slipped in April, according to a report. What were the other factors that led to the decrease? Click through to learn more.

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Untapped Urban Development Potential

Urban sprawl, by its very nature, means cities are forever expanding outward. Initially, their borders expand, and then eventually, as they bump up against those constraints, the challenge becomes figuring out ways to make the most use of the space ...

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The Housing Market Heats Up

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Things always warm up in the spring, but experts are detecting record-breaking heat this year—at least in the housing market. Inventories are low, homes are flying off the market, and prices continue to rise, according to Realtor.com’s Monthly Housing Trends ...

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Housing Inventory Shortages Hitting This Sector Hard

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If the market feels a little competitive this spring, it’s not just your imagination. Home values are rising, inventory is continuing on a downward spiral, and, according to Zillow, “This year’s home-shopping season will be one of the most competitive ...

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