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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,
U.S. Housing Market Accelerates Headfirst Into Inventory Declines Interest rates are making it cheaper to buy a home, if you can find one  National inventory declined by 6.9 percent year-over-year, while inventory in large markets decreased by 5.3 percent. The October U.S. median listing price was $312,000, up 4.3 percent year-over-year Nationally, homes sold in

Wowza! | Crazy Huge Estates

#celebs #realestate Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images for WarnerMedia Call it a real estate double play. Legendary pitcher Pedro Martinez purchased a modern North Miami home from another former big leaguer. Property records show longtime Kansas City Royals shortstop Alcides Escobar was the seller. Martinez and his wife, former ESPN Deportes sideline reporter Carolina Cruz de Martínez, purchased
#celebs #realestate Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Disney Filmmaker George Lucas is expanding his beachfront property in Carpinteria, a small California city that has attracted celebrities like television host Ellen Degeneres and actor Kevin Costner. Mr. Lucas purchased a 2-acre beachfront property directly next door to his own on Padaro Lane for $28 million, according
#celebs #realestate Sergione Infuso/Corbis via Getty Images Drumroll, please. Max Weinberg—longtime drummer for Bruce Springsteen‘s E Street Band—is selling his Delray Beach, FL, home. Purchased a little over two years ago for $4 million, the fantastic Florida spread is now available for $5.25 million. Built in 2013, the gated residence located on a cul-de-sac is
#celebs #realestate RICK MAIMAN/AFP via Getty Images Former Gillette Company CEO James M. Kilts hopes for a smooth sale of his Greenwich, CT, estate. He’s listed the luxurious spread for $12.5 million. Property records show the home was purchased in 2005 for $13.75 million—so Kilts has already shaved a substantial amount off the price in an

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