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Real Estate Is Doing Well Today. What About Tomorrow?

Real estate prices are soaring. This is a huge surprise given a year of pandemic economics, business closings, and widespread unemployment. The good news is surely unexpected and an outright relief to real estate investors and property owners in general.

Are property taxes rising too quickly?

The National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) is out with a new study and at first glance the news is concerning. “State and local property tax revenues increased nearly 20 percent over the past four years,” said the NAHB headline…. Read More »

Why Investors Can’t Find Bank Owned Properties Or REOs In The Midst of a Pandemic

Investors have always liked bank-owned properties or REOs — real estate owned by lenders and insurance programs. That’s because REOs often represent attractive investment opportunities, properties that lenders and insurance companies really want to dump. Given the pandemic economy you… Read More »

The Correlation Between California Commute Times and Home Value

With sandy beaches to the West, sweeping deserts to the East, and majestic mountains in between, it’s no wonder that so many people want to call California home. Because of its popularity, however, affordable homes are hard to find. In… Read More »

Home Sellers Realized Average Price Gain of $44,000 in First Quarter of 2017, Highest Since Q3 2007

Average Homeownership Tenure Backs Off Record High in Q4 2016, Still Up From Year Ago; Distressed Sale Share Declines Annually for 23rd Consecutive Quarter Median Prices Above Pre-Recession Peaks in 54 Percent of Markets IRVINE, Calif. – April 27, 2017… Read More »

Are We Headed for Another Bursting Housing Bubble in 2017?

Housing prices may be appreciating at a seemingly unsustainable rate once again in some markets around the country, but Christopher Thornberg believes the nation’s economic fundamentals will continue to be much more sound in 2017 than when the market began… Read More »

U.S. Distressed Sale Share Drops to Nine-Year Low in 2016

But Share of Foreclosure Auctions Going to Third-Party Buyers at Record High; U.S. Home Sellers in 2016 Realized Biggest Average Profits Since 2007; 44 Percent of Markets Reached New All-Time Home Price Peaks in 2016 IRVINE, Calif. – Feb. 2,… Read More »

Distressed Sales Drop to Nine-Year Low in Q3 2016

Cash Sales Share Also at Nine-Year Low of 25.9 percent; Median Home Prices at New All-Time Highs in 40 Percent of 118 Local Markets Analyzed; Q3 2016 Home Sellers Realized Average Home Price Gain of $43,000, a Nine-Year High IRVINE,… Read More »

24 Percent of U.S. County Housing Markets Less Affordable Than Their Historic Norms in Q3 2016

Highest Share Since Q3 2009 Despite Improving Affordability in Some High-Priced Markets; Home Prices Rose Faster Than Wages in 89 Percent of Counties, Reversing Recent Trend; Closing Costs Highest in NYC, Lowest in St. Louis IRVINE, Calif. – Sept. 29,… Read More »

U.S. Median Home Sale Price Reaches New All-Time High in June

1 Percent Above Previous Peak in July 2005 Following 52 Consecutive Months of Increases; But Pace of Price Appreciation Slowing in 54 Percent of 349 Counties Analyzed; Q2 2016 Distressed Sales and Cash Sales Drop to Lowest Level Since 2007 … Read More »

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