Today’s sellers wary of future price drop Over half of sellers think today is a good time to sell, according to a nationwide Redfin survey of home sellers in the third quarter (Q3) of 2016. In Q3 2015 and Q3 2014, only one-in-three sellers thought it was a good time to sell. Continuing low interest … Continue reading Today’s sellers wary of future price drop
Make room for Grandma —multi-generational living on the rise in California 19% of households nationally have multiple adult generations or grandchildren living with grandparents under one roof as of 2014, according to the Pew Research Center. This percentage has increased steadily since 1980 when it was 12%, and up sharply from 2009 when it was … Continue reading Multi-Generational Living on the Rise in CA
15 tiny houses on wheels you'll want to call home Dinky dwellings with wheels attached Forget conventional campervans and motorhomes. If you've got itchy feet or you're thinking about downsizing, the latest tiny abodes on wheels are calling your name. Easy on the eye, these super-cute structures are proper mini houses on wheels. Take a … Continue reading 15 tiny houses on wheels you’ll want to call home
The Novogratz Know that Futons Can Be Cute (Really!) and They've Found One to Suit Every Style By Bob and Cortney Novogratz Posted on August 29, 2016 at 1:25pm EDT Click on the link above and see the article that they just shared on People.com. Some great styles for everyone!
10 Best States to Live In for Taxes The Internet has given rise to a mobile workforce of telecommuters, independent contractors and entrepreneurs who can work where they want to live, instead of living where they have to work. But if you enjoy this kind of flexibility, proximity to ski slopes or beaches shouldn’t be … Continue reading The Most Tax-Friendly States in the U.S.
US new home sales rise at fastest pace since 2007 Image copyright Getty Images US new homes sales jumped in July to their fastest rate in nearly nine years, according to Commerce Department figures. Low interest rates on mortgages and an improving jobs market have helped boost the US real estate market. New home sales … Continue reading US new home sales rise at fastest pace since 2007
Are Open Houses Worth It? Between cleaning, getting the sellers out of the house, breaking out the cheese and crackers and uncorking a bottle of wine, open houses are a burden for you and your sellers. But what if you were to find out it’s not always worth the time, talent and effort? For most … Continue reading Are open houses worth it?
42 Brilliant Ideas To Make Your Home Really Freaking Organized Inspiration for every room. View this image › Zoë Burnett / Buzzfeed ID: 9278552 View this image › ID: 9231422 1. Attach an empty tissue box to the inside of a kitchen cabinet for easy-to-grab storage. View this image › polishedhabitat.com Read more here. ID: … Continue reading 42 Brilliant Ideas To Make Your Home Really Freaking Organized
The first US city where average homes cost over $1 million August 11, 2016 San Jose's homes are historically expensive. According to data out Wednesday from the National Association of Realtors, the median price of a home in the California city is now over $1 million — $1,085,000 to be exact — the first time … Continue reading The first US city where average homes cost over $1 million
Owning is Cheaper than Renting in Most States Author: Brian Honea in Daily Dose, Data, Headlines, News July 18, 2016 0 The industry has seen the cost of renting skyrocket and mortgage rates fall to near-historic lows over the last several months. The combination of rising rents and rock bottom mortgage rates have made it … Continue reading Owning is Cheaper than Renting in Most States