14 03, 2024

The Future of Real Estate in America’s Southeast

2024-03-14T13:35:57-04:00March 14th, 2024|Categories: Potential Markets, Real Estate|Tags: , , , , , , , |

The real estate landscape in America's Southeast is evolving rapidly. This guide delves into the trends, challenges, and opportunities shaping the future of real estate in this dynamic region. The Future of Real Estate in America's Southeast In this guide, we'll explore: Emerging trends in the Southeast's real estate market Impact of economic and demographic shifts Technological advancements in real estate Sustainability and green building in the Southeast Investment opportunities and market predictions Here's a closer look at each. Emerging Trends in the Southeast's Real Estate Market The real estate market in the Southeast is changing in several ways. More

2 03, 2023

Why People Are Moving to the South (and What Real Estate Investors Need to Know About It)

2023-02-27T17:59:48-05:00March 2nd, 2023|Categories: Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Potential Markets, Real Estate|Tags: , |

The American South has long been known for its warm weather, friendly people, and laid-back lifestyle. But in recent years, the region has become a magnet for people looking to relocate for economic reasons as well. A growing number of people are moving to the South, particularly to states like Florida, Texas, and the Carolinas, in search of more affordable housing, lower taxes, and ample job opportunities. The COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent shift to remote work have accelerated this trend, as people are no longer tied to living near their workplace. The pandemic has also highlighted the importance of

2 02, 2023

Are People Moving to the South in Record Numbers?

2023-02-03T02:27:03-05:00February 2nd, 2023|Categories: Potential Markets, Real Estate|Tags: |

Recent reports show that in the last decade, people from all over the United States have been flocking to the southern states of Texas, Florida, North Carolina and Georgia. This is due to a combination of factors such as job opportunities, affordable housing, warmer weather and proximity to beaches and mountains. In fact, this trend has been gathering steam for some time now. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Texas is the most populated state in the country, with a population of nearly 28 million people. This is followed by California and Florida, which each have around 21 million residents.

16 05, 2022

Home Sales in January Jump Nearly 7 Percent, Economy Slows. 4 Key Things to Know

2022-04-28T00:26:51-04:00May 16th, 2022|Categories: Potential Markets, Real Estate, Selling|Tags: , , |

A February article published in The Balance, a website that centers on personal finance, reported that home sales in January rose sharply even as the U.S. economy slowed down. Here are four highlights to know. January's Home Sales Increase Surprises Forecasters Home sales rose 6.7 percent in January—a sharp increase from a 3.8 percent decline the previous month, and the highest annualized sales pace in a year. The rise came at the surprise of market forecasters who had anticipated a decline, according to the National Association of Realtors. January Saw the Lowest Home Inventory in Decades Amid persistently-low home inventory and

27 02, 2021

3 Major Predictions for the 2021 Housing Market, According to Homes.com

2021-02-18T19:43:57-05:00February 27th, 2021|Categories: Potential Markets, Real Estate, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , |

In 2020 Americans saw historically-low mortgage interest rates, brisk home sales with low home inventory in many markets, and bidding wars. But what kinds of housing market conditions can homebuyers and sellers expect this year? Here are three big predictions compiled by Homes.com. House flippers, we’ve summarized them for you here. Home prices that rise by nearly 10 percent In a mid-December National Association of Realtors (NAR) survey of housing and economic experts, the experts reached a consensus that home prices will increase by 8 percent this year. This bodes especially well for house flippers. An increase in mortgage rates,

6 02, 2021

Redfin: December Pending Home Sales Outpaced New Listings

2021-02-08T22:18:24-05:00February 6th, 2021|Categories: New Homes, Potential Markets, Real Estate, Selling|Tags: , , , , , , , |

In December, typically one of the slowest months of the year for the housing market, pending home sales across the nation rose 35 percent, and new listings increased by 14 percent, according to Redfin. The data demonstrates that winter didn’t have its usual chilling effect on demand. The persistent momentum of the market is largely due to historically-low mortgage interest rates. Redfin Chief Economist Daryl Fairweather had this to say: “The December housing market felt more like spring than winter. Right now homebuying demand is seemingly endless, and although new listings are up from a year ago, it’s not nearly

16 01, 2021

Families Are Flocking to Nashville ‘Burbs

2020-12-22T16:24:52-05:00January 16th, 2021|Categories: New Home Development, New Homes, Potential Markets, Real Estate, Tennessee, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Many homeowners in big cities across the country are relocating to suburbs in Nashville—a major city that we service. Residents of some of the most populous cities on both the east and west coasts are now making suburbs in Music City U.S.A. their home because of low costs of living and good schools, according to a recent report from realtor.com. “With low taxes and relatively low home prices, when compared on a national level, people from New York, Chicago, and L.A. see a lot of value,” said Cindy Stanton, principal broker of Parks Real Estate—located in the Nashville suburb of

6 01, 2021

The Top 10 Housing Markets Predicted for 2021 – Countdown Part 2

2020-12-22T16:14:26-05:00January 6th, 2021|Categories: Flipping, Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Investments, Potential Markets, Real Estate, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , |

House flippers, a new list published by Realtor.com forecasts the top 10 housing markets for 2021 and we’ve summarized them for you here. We countdown to what’s predicted to be the hottest housing market next year. A region that we service made the list. Let’s go. #5. Seattle, Washington With a median home price of $629,050 Seattle is predicted to be the fifth-hottest housing market in the nation in 2021. Its strong economy is boosted by employers like Amazon and Starbucks. When considering employment in the wider metro area tech giant Microsoft can’t be left out of the picture, since

1 01, 2021

Countdown: The Top 10 Housing Markets for 2021 – Part 1

2020-12-22T16:15:23-05:00January 1st, 2021|Categories: Flipping, Investing, Investment, Investment Properties, Potential Markets, Real Estate, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , |

Flippers, if you want a forecast of the hottest housing markets for next year we’ve summarized a list for you here, as reported by Realtor.com. A region that we service made the list. Let’s countdown the top 10 housing markets predicted for 2021. #10. Riverside, California Known as the Inland Empire city, Riverside, California has a median home price of $475,050, making it a less expensive alternative to the Los Angeles metro area by a little less than half the cost. First-time buyers may find this price point attractive, as well as the larger homes and lots typically found in

16 09, 2020

National Association of REALTORS Lists Top Work-From-Home Counties. Here’s How You Can Cater to Those Markets

2020-09-13T23:13:20-04:00September 16th, 2020|Categories: Florida, Georgia, Home Improvements, Potential Markets, Remodeling Tips, Tennessee, Tips|Tags: , , , , , , , |

The National Association of REALTORS (NAR) published on its website this month a list of counties across the nation that offer the most conducive conditions for working from home. NAR formulated a Work From Home Score and considered 3,142 counties. Forsyth County, Georgia topped the list as the county to offer the most supportive conditions for working from home. Two other counties in Georgia were shortlisted, Cherokee and Cobb. Two counties in Florida (St. Johns and Seminole) and in North Carolina (Wake and Mecklenburg) were also high on the list, as well as one county in Tennessee (Williamson)—all are states

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