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The September U.S. median listing price was $305,000, up 4.3 percent year-over-year.  Nationally, homes sold in 65 days in September, one day slower than last year. Inventory continues to decline modestly, down 2.5 percent over the year Realtor.com®’s September data shows a continuing decline in listing inventory, while growth in asking prices has stabilized and

When is the Best Time to Buy a Home?

The first week of fall offers buyers the most favorable combination of market factors Many homebuyers may be ready to give up on their home search for the year, but the best time to buy a home in 2019 is the week of September 22, during which shoppers will find less competition, more price reductions

August 2019 Hottest Housing Markets

Affordable midwestern and northeastern markets continued to outnumber previously dominant Californian and Texan markets this August, but Californian markets made a slight improvement in their ranking Fort Wayne, IN retained its number one position on the list The slowdown in the country’s largest and most expensive metros is decelerating compared to earlier this year As
Inventory declined 1.8 percent year-over-year in August Median listing price increased 4.9 percent yearly, but declined 1.8 percent monthly Median days on market was 66 days, three days longer than last year Realtor.com®’s August data shows that economic anxieties could be causing an earlier seasonal slowdown, despite an expected boost in demand due to lower

Wowza! | Crazy Huge Estates

#celebs #realestate Matt Sullivan/Getty Images Florida is where pro golfers flock. With its year-round sunshine and the abundance of golf courses to choose from, it’s easy to see why. PGA pro Jesper Parnevik had set up shop in South Florida, but now it looks as if he’s ready to sell. Parnevik recently listed his massive,
#celebs #realestate Chris Chambers/Getty Images Former NBA player Mike Dunleavy Jr. has listed his New York City apartment for $7 million. After accepting an assistant general manager role with the Golden State Warriors, he’s headed west and moving on from his Tribeca digs. The Duke alum purchased the place in 2011 for $4.5 million, according
#celebs #realestate Streeter Lecka/Getty Images If you truly want to “Be Like Mike,” you can buy his house. NBA legend Michael Jordan has placed his Park City, UT, mountain retreat on the market for $7.5 million. While that’s a lot of money to pay for a vacation home, it’s less than MJ shelled out 12
#celebs #realestate Frazer Harrison/Getty Images; realtor.com A year after his death, the late Paul Allen continues to make real estate headlines. The Microsoft billionaire’s posh Atherton, CA, estate just came onto the market for $41,488,000. The exclusive Silicon Valley community has been the home of such tech moguls as Google’s Eric Schmidt, former HP CEO Meg

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