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Q2 2019 Cross Market Demand Report

Top Markets for Out-Of-State Home Shoppers A combination of warm weather, affordable housing, and plentiful job opportunities attract out-of-state home shoppers to America’s Top 10 Out-Of-State Destinations, according to Realtor.com viewer data. Every quarter, Realtor.com’s Cross Market Demand Report provides the latest insights on which housing markets receive the most non-local views (inbound traffic), where
Phoenix’s Arcadia, Sacramento’s River Park, and Atlanta’s Buckhead are the most popular neighborhoods for transplants.   Redfin recently reported that 25 percent of Redfin.com home searchers looked to move to another metro area in the second quarter of 2019. Within popular migration destinations, several neighborhoods emerged as especially attractive to those looking to relocate. In
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Since the end of the Great Recession, the homeownership rate for black Americans has fallen 5 percentage points to 40.6%. And while majority-black neighborhoods have seen an average of $121,000 in home-equity gains, it’s $191,000 for majority-white neighborhoods. Black Americans haven’t benefited from the prosperous U.S. housing market as much as white Americans in the
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From local taxes to transportation and utilities, relocating to find a cheaper address isn’t always straightforward. San Jose hits high on most, while Florida proves affordable across the board. As coastal markets like San Francisco, New York and Los Angeles have grown increasingly unaffordable, people and businesses are relocating to smaller, more affordable cities like
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Wowza! | Crazy Huge Estates

#celebs #realestate Ronald Martinez/Getty Images Former Dallas Cowboy Terence Newman spent nine seasons in the Lone Star State, but now he’s ready to pull up one of his roots. As part of his transition into coaching—and to the state of Minnesota—the ex-cornerback has listed his $2.25 million home in Dallas. Newman, who retired in 2018,
#celebs #realestate Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic Dr. Dre is the name, and he’s ahead of the real estate game. The music mogul, whose given name is Andre Young, sold his Woodland Hills, CA, home for $4.5 million, setting a 2019 sales price record for the area, according to Architectural Digest. The posh pad is a rapper’s paradise, with
#celebs #realestate realtor.com; Bettmann/Getty Images The late Lamar Hunt’s California estate and vineyard is on the market for $19.95 million. It’s located in a desirable pocket of Knights Valley in Calistoga. Hunt and his wife, Norma, who commissioned the property’s construction in 2000, have been the only occupants. This is the first time the 6,615-square-foot
#celebs #realestate Ethan Miller/Getty Image Mary J. Blige isn’t done dealing with real estate drama. The queen of hip-hop soul is now selling a contemporary home in Cresskill, NJ, for $2.25 million. The move comes just days after she slashed the price on her other New Jersey mansion amid reports the singer owes $1 million

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