Flat-pack tiny homes you can build in a flash Stylish and speedy prefab tiny homes ~as you know I am a big proponent of tiny homes that add extra housing space to your current residence or allowing you to live that minimalist lifestyle you have been working towards!~ Building your dream home from the ground … Continue reading Packable Tiny Homes!
~ what do you think? ~ Why I’m Investing in Affordable Housing for the Long Haul by Gus Ross | BiggerPockets.com By Gus Ross updated April 30, 2018 Commercial Real Estate When you get started in real estate, it is best to choose a focus. That’s what I did. I decided I wanted to help … Continue reading Investing in Affordable Housing
States Where Americans are Paying the Most Taxes In the U.S. federalist system, each state government decides how to generate revenue -- that is, which taxes to collect, and how. No state tax code is identical and, largely as a result, what the average American pays annually in taxes varies from state to state. 24/7 … Continue reading States Where Americans are Paying the Most Taxes
Can Homebuyers Afford a Mortgage in These Cities? Homeownership is likely to be out of reach for more than half of the households in many large cities, according to a study published by the personal finance resource GoBankingRates on Tuesday. GoBankingRates used the median home listing price in the 100 biggest cities across the U.S. … Continue reading Can Homebuyers Afford a Mortgage in These Cities?
Fannie Mae Offers $10M to Solve Affordability Issues Fannie Mae is offering $10 million for solutions to the country’s affordable housing issues. The government-sponsored enterprise issued its Sustainable Communities Innovation Challenge earlier this week. As part of the Challenge, Fannie Mae is requesting proposals from the public, private, and nonprofit sectors for “promising ideas that will … Continue reading Fannie Mae Offers $10M to Solve Affordability Issues
~ Do you have any regrets in buying? My 3rd home was the only home I regretted, it was 2600 sqft and was too large and the open concept made the noise echo in the home. The positives of the home were a great location with a hilltop view, 50% increase in land from previous … Continue reading One-third of Americans hate this about their home
The votes are in: MID elimination will drive down home prices, but for how long? Our readers are divided over how eliminating the mortgage interest tax deduction (MID) will impact home prices, according to our recent poll. Nearly half of voters — 45% — believe prices will decrease but eventually level out, while 42% think … Continue reading The votes are in: MID elimination will drive down home prices, but for how long?
Home Prices Outpace Salaries, Again Salaries are having a hard time keeping pace with home prices, even as prices continue to decline in many metro areas across the country, a group recently found. The research website HSH.com released an analysis in February that used industry data to track the relationship between salaries and prices in … Continue reading Home Prices Outpace Salaries, Again
Buyers Willing to Compromise for the American Dream Author: Scott Morgan in Data, Headlines, News February 3, 2017 0 A lack of affordability in the U.S. housing market is driving buyers to make big compromises in their savings plans and in what they want in a home, according to a new study by Owners.com. … Continue reading Buyers Willing to Compromise for the American Dream
Anticipated San Bernardino housing project celebrates opening A crowd gather before the grand opening of Valencia Vista at Arrowhead Grove, the 76-unit workforce housing community at Valencia Avenue and 9th Street in San Bernardino Wednesday. The Arrowhead Grove Neighborhood revitalization effort is part of the $150 million to $200 million redevelopment of the former Waterman … Continue reading Anticipated San Bernardino housing project celebrates opening