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Highlights Entry-level luxury prices reached $1.2 million, up 2.2 percent year-over-year Luxury sales declined 2.1 percent in August from the prior year, but are performing better than the historic sales decline seen in March. Only four of the 79 markets tracked by realtor.com experienced double-digit price growth in August, down from  19 markets a year
One year after Amazon’s HQ2 announcement, Northern Virginia’s Housing Market Has Been Completely Transformed One year after Amazon selected Arlington, VA, as the site of its new HQ2, the impact on the housing market has been pronounced. Massive inventory shortages, sky-high price spikes and a blistering pace of sales are now the norm in the
At the end of the third quarter of 2019, the millennial share of primary home loan originations grew to 46 percent from 43 percent last September, as more millennials transitioned into their potential homebuying years. The Generation X and baby boomer shares continued to fall, to 35 percent and 17 percent this year, from 37

October 2019 Hottest Housing Markets

Fort Wayne, IN retained its number one position on the list for the fourth month in a row Ohio metros dominate with four markets appearing in October Following Amazon’s HQ2 announcement, the Washington, DC metro area has seen the largest increase in its hotness ranking among larger metros over the past year As a group,

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#celebs #realestate Luca Teuchmann/WireImage Model and actress Rachel Hunter’s stylish Los Angeles home has landed back on the market for $3.5 million. The New Zealand native had originally placed her English Country-style manor on the market in 2016 for $5 million. No buyer emerged, so the Hollywood Hills home was relisted in 2018 for a slightly
#celebs #realestate Bruce Kluckhohn/NHLI via Getty Images Nashville Predators coach Peter Laviolette is smack-dab in the middle of his sixth season as the team’s boss. The Preds have made the playoffs in each of his previous five seasons, and we imagine they’ll be in the thick of the hunt for the Stanley Cup again this
#celebs #realestate Rob Foldy/Getty Images Former Los Angeles Laker Sasha Vujacic is selling his slam dunk of a house in Manhattan Beach, CA, for $3.8 million. Remembered fondly by Laker fans as the man who drained the two clutch free throws to win the 2010 NBA Finals over the Boston Celtics, the guard hasn’t played
#celebs #realestate Tim Warner/Getty Images; realtor.com NBA All-Star Russell Westbrook has been dialing up multiple real estate plays off the court. He’s placed a third property on the market, this one in his longtime home of Edmond, OK. Now with the Houston Rockets, Westbrook is cutting ties with the Sooner State. The triple-double machine starred

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