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The July U.S. median listing price was $315,000, up 5.5 percent year-over-year. This rate of price growth continues to be the slowest on record since April 2015. Nationally, homes sold in 58 days in July, the same pace as last year. Inventory has not grown since last July and is expected to decline slightly in

July 2019 Hottest Housing Markets

Affordable midwestern markets continued to outnumber previously dominant Californian and Texan markets this July Fort Wayne, IN ranked number 1 for the first time since Realtor.com began tracking the Hottest Markets, driven by a bustling manufacturing sector, new urban development, and relatively affordable housing As a group, Realtor.com’s 20 Hottest Markets received 1.4 to 2.7
Luxury markets regained their footing in April, with entry-level prices in the 82 luxury markets combined reaching $1.25 million, up 3.2 percent percent over last year on average, increasing slightly from March’s 3.0 percent yearly growth. Luxury sales in April took a positive turn after five consecutive months of declining million dollar sales. There were

The Hottest Zip Codes of 2019

Smaller Markets Draw Attention Away From Big City Metros Each year we analyze over 16,000 ZIP codes based on the time it takes properties to sell and how frequently homes are viewed in each ZIP code on realtor.com®.  These are the hottest ZIP codes of 2019. The hottest ZIP codes in America are on the

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#celebs #realestate realtor.com; Pete Souza/Official White House Photo After years of vacationing on Martha’s Vineyard, Barack and Michelle Obama may finally be ready to purchase a home on the affluent island off the coast of Massachusetts. The former president and first lady are reportedly in escrow on a $14.8 million property in Edgartown. The Obamas
#celebs #realestate Samir Hussein/WireImage “Bridget Jones’s Diary” author Helen Fielding could be your landlady. Fielding, who wrote the beloved book series about the 30-something singleton that became wildly popular movies, is offering her contemporary farmhouse in Los Angeles for $30,000 a month. And, incredibly, you can rent it just as it is. The impeccably designed
#celebs #realestate Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images Ready to live long and prosper in a New York City? “Star Trek” star and social media influencer George Takei is selling his apartment for $1.35 million. Located on the 35th floor of the 78-story Metropolitan Tower in midtown’s Billionaires’ Row, the unit looks southwest at the city skyline and
#celebs #realestate Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic; realtor.com Bob Eubanks has been a fixture in American living rooms since he began hosting “The Newlywed Game” in 1966. Now he’s hoping you’ll love the living room (and all the other rooms!) in the SoCal home he’s selling for $2.45 million. The popular game-show host and his wife, Deborah James,

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